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Netflix Increasing Prices for the Best Options

It always costs more to get the best of the best, and we’re now seeing Netflix increasing prices to reiterate that statement. Not that it’s an absurd movement by the entertainment giant; I can’t say I’ve ever been upset to see my $11.99 bill each month to enjoy limitless shows and movies at the click of a “Yes, I’m still watching” button. And yet, it’s important that Netflix lovers everywhere

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Prepare to Applaud Twitter’s Latest Move in Television

Twitter has done a pretty impressive job of maintaining its popularity through the years, which is certainly saying something considering all of the visually-appealing apps that have come out in the last decade. And while many were assuming that Twitter was slowly going to have to bow out of the game, recent updates say otherwise. You can always teach an old dog new tricks, and Twitter has been working hard

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YouTube TV Set to Join Streaming TV Market

YouTube announced their new YouTube TV service that will offer live television streaming from over 40 channels. The new service will cost subscribers $35 per month. According to YouTube, subscribers will stream ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC & YouTube Red. Subscribers may add premium channels to their base subscription. The service also includes an unlimited cloud-based DVR service for those who cannot catch the live broadcast of their favorite shows. Each

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Streaming Entertainment Like Hulu Expands VR

Are VR headsets just for games and pretty pictures? Sometimes the trend seems a little gimmicky unless you love immersive gaming. Due to content limitations, my VR headset feels like a bulky upgrade on the ViewMaster ™.  But will that change? Streaming entertainment brands like Hulu and Netflix race to create their VR channels. Hulu Embraces VR Entertainment Hulu unveiled a new feature for their Virtual Reality channel that allows

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Panasonic Clear TV is Changing the Game

Television designs have come a long way in the last decade, which is quite a wonderful thing considering the giant boxes that they used to be. We’ve seen the flat-screen make its debut, higher image quality and even curved screens so that everyone gets the best view. It seems that Panasonic still isn’t satisfied with the television however, which means we’re about to see the old telly get yet another

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