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PlayStation Vue rolls out local live FOX channels in 34 markets

PlayStation Vue rolls out local live FOX channels in 34 markets

Sony has pushed out an update for PlayStation Vue, its OTT streaming live television service. With the update comes a live Fox feed for a total of 34 local designated market areas. This gives PlayStation Vue an edge over competing services that aren't able to offer the same FOX-branded live feed. This joins the recent launch of 193 regional FOX sports network channels.

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Bitcoin price drop: A prize-laden puzzle

Bitcoin price drop: A prize-laden puzzle

Bitcoin prices broke their months-long uptrend in December of 2017 and for the first time since then, it might be time for the downfall to re-up. We're looking for flags, likelihood of reversals, and the larger upward trend. Looking at any one of these elements might lead you to believe that Bitcoin's price in USDT isn't about to jump - not right this moment, anyway.

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Disneyland Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge expansion opening really soon

Disneyland Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge expansion opening really soon

You don't need to travel back to the distant past or wait for light speed travel to take you to an unnamed galaxy far, far away to get your space opera fix. If you're lucky enough to be living near or have access to either the Disneyland or Disney World Resorts, then all you have to do is wait and hope that the Force is strong with you. Disney has finally given a solid date, more or less, to the opening of its most ambitious Star Wars attraction ever: Star Wars Galaxy's Edge.

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Netflix and Michael Bay are making a Ryan Reynolds action movie

Netflix and Michael Bay are making a Ryan Reynolds action movie

California-based production company Skydance Media is teaming up with Netflix to produce Six Underground, an original action movie directed by Michael Bay and starring Ryan Reynolds. Netflix and Skydance will co-produce the movie, which the streaming company calls an "event level feature film," as well as its first project with both Bay and Reynolds.

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Get YouTube Music “early access” now: Here’s how

Get YouTube Music “early access” now: Here’s how

YouTube Music's 2018 reincarnation just launched, and it's available for SOME users. If you live in the United States, Mexico, Austalia, New Zealand, or South Korea, you might be in luck. Today Google launched "early access" to YouTube Music for some users - but not ALL users.

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Amazon may revive Syfy’s The Expanse with ongoing talks tipped

Amazon may revive Syfy’s The Expanse with ongoing talks tipped

Syfy recently cancelled hit TV show The Expanse due to the limited rights it has for the show, and now Amazon is in talks to acquire it. The series has been called one of the best TV sci-fi shows ever, and we've known since the cancellation announcement that series producer Alcon Television Group planned to shop it around to other destinations.

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Netflix and Obamas pen multi-year deal for original content

Netflix and Obamas pen multi-year deal for original content

Netflix has penned a new multi-year agreement with President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, the company has announced. The deal allows the Obamas to produce "a diverse mix of content" for the streaming company, possibly including documentaries, scripted and unscripted shows, feature pieces, and more.

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Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack album stored in DNA

Massive Attack's album Mezzanine is 20 years old. To celebrate, the band is working with scientists to store the album on DNA. Once coded, the band's classic album could last for at least hundreds of years, maybe thousands of years or longer. The technology that allows this was developed at ETH Zurich, and that's where the band went to get their business done.

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The only way Google X’s Selfish Ledger is “good”

The only way Google X’s Selfish Ledger is “good”

This morning we caught a glimpse of a leaked internal video from Google X called The Selfish Ledger. The head of design at what was called Google X (and is now just "X" under Alphabet) Nick Foster made this video with David Murphy, Google Senior UX Engineer. In the video, they show how learning computers could allow Google to modify human behavior and the future of our Earthbound society.

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Halo: Fireteam Raven ain’t your grandfather’s arcade cabinet

Halo: Fireteam Raven ain’t your grandfather’s arcade cabinet

Retro is the in thing in gaming these days and everyone has a unique spin to them. Nintendo, for example, started miniaturizing its iconic home consoles. Microsoft and Halo developers 343 Industries, however, went the completely opposite route. Working with legendary arcade makers Raw Thrills and Play Mechanix, the three companies are bringing a slice of the Halo franchise to arcade cabinet with a twist. Halo: Fireteam Raven needs four people to play on a gigantic coin-operated 130-inch screen cabinet.

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Google Home finally gets Google Play Movies support

Google Home finally gets Google Play Movies support

Google Home, the maker's smart speaker device, finally supports Google's own Play Movies & TV platform. The support has been notably absent despite the slow addition of support for other video platforms. With this arrival, Google Home users can use voice commands with the device to launch, access, and control Google Play Movies & TV content.

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This Sense8 series finale trailer is making us angry at Netflix all over again

This Sense8 series finale trailer is making us angry at Netflix all over again

Today is an exciting day if you happen to be a fan of Netflix's Sense8. Netflix has delivered the trailer for the Sense8's season finale, giving fans a taste of what to expect when the two-hour movie launches on the streaming service next month. We're just a few weeks out from that premiere at this point, so it's definitely time to get hyped up.

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