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Netflex tweeted an answer to the question on every ‘Dogs’ fan’s mind

Dogs is the smartest six-hour Netflix binge anyone can commit to. It’s also, notably, a safe watch for all dog-lovers. If you, like anyone who has ever owned and/or loved a dog, saw the Dogs announcement and immediately wondered if any of the documentary’s sweet good boys and girls die, Netflix has an answer for...CONTINUE READING
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Netflix is testing cheaper, mobile-only subscription plans

Netflix is testing cheaper subscription options in some overseas markets. The catch: The plan only allows users to stream content on a mobile device. The first trial run has already rolled out in Malaysia, where users can currently sign up for a cheaper, mobile-only subscription for just RM17 (or about $4) per month.  The plan...CONTINUE READING
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Chromecast vs. Roku Premiere: What’s the difference and which one is best?

Who doesn’t live binge-watching during downtime? It usually involves us enjoying flicks, wearing sweats, and eating delicious takeout. Especially after a long day, it’s great to watch movies, TV episodes, or exclusive series without leaving the couch.  Even though technology can be a blessing, it also brings minor inconveniences. For starters, your Wi-Fi connection can...CONTINUE READING
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Fire TV vs. Fire TV Stick: What’s the difference and which one is the best?

The sky’s the limit when it comes to entertainment. You can visit an old-school cinema to see a movie, watch sitcoms reruns on TV, or create your own at-home theater experience with a streaming service.  Even though we have all these options at our fingertips, they can come with some inconveniences. First, going to a...CONTINUE READING
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The difference between Fire TV vs. Roku Premiere: How the streaming media players compare

What’s the best way to unwind? A movie or TV marathon of course! And, with all the entertainment options at our fingertips, including streaming services, binge-watching has never been easier.  All this technology can be a double-edged sword. First, there’s internet connectivity issues that can make your streaming sessions slow. Then, it might be hard...CONTINUE READING
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Netflix is releasing 3 films in cinemas first for a good reason

Netflix has famously resisted traditional film distribution, where films hit the silver screen first. It’s something that’s bothered the film establishment, most notably when Cannes Film Festival told the streaming giant in 2017 it would need to show in French cinemas if it wanted to be considered for future festivals.  Netflix fired back by pulling...CONTINUE READING
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Snapchat launches 25 new premium video series in the UK

Snapchat has just announced the launch of 25 premium video series for its UK audience which could rival the likes of Instagram‘s IGTV and YouTube.  Rami Saad, head of international content partnerships at Snap, told Mashable at an event on Tuesday that the company is expanding its Snapchat Shows product with local video-on-demand programming.  SEE...CONTINUE READING
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Waze is adding a new in-app audio player

Last year, Waze successfully integrated Spotify directly into its navigation app. Now, the company is building a more full-featured audio player. The Waze Audio Player is launching for beta-testers Monday and rolls out more widely to all Waze users on Nov. 14. The feature allows drivers to listen to and browse music, audiobooks, radio, and...CONTINUE READING
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Apple’s subscription TV service might be coming sooner than you think

Apple’s competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video is apparently just around the corner. According to a report by The Information, Apple is set to launch a subscription TV service in the U.S. within the first half of next year. SEE ALSO: Apple design chief Jony Ive gives rare interview, talks about responsibility to society,...CONTINUE READING
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Love football? How about ‘Twin Peaks’? Get one month of CBS All Access absolutely free with this code.

A one-week trial is barely enough time to binge one show, but you can really do some damage with a whole month of CBS All Access.  Stream local live broadcast stations to watch sports (it’s football season), special events (the mid-term elections are fast approaching), and live episodes (to avoid Twitter spoilers). You can also...CONTINUE READING
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