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Game of Thrones nets 32 Emmy nominations despite controversial final season

Game of Thrones nets 32 Emmy nominations despite controversial final season

Reactions to Game of Thrones' short final season were definitely mixed, but the people in charge of determining Emmy nominations apparently loved it. The show has been nominated for a record-breaking 32 Primetime Emmy awards for this year's show. Whether or not it'll actually win all or even some of the awards it's nominated for is another thing entirely, but even steeped in controversy, it seems that Game of Thrones is a beast that cannot be stopped.

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Sling TV is offering a big service credit for new Fire TV customers

Sling TV is offering a big service credit for new Fire TV customers

In the days when streaming live television was more of a new novelty than a common method for getting TV, companies competed for subscribers by offering free streaming devices and other perks. Though these deals aren't quite as great or common as they once were, we've seen a number of notable promotions pop up over the months, the most recent being a temporary offer from Sling TV for new Fire TV customers.

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AirTV Mini mixes Android TV, Sling TV, OTA channels in one device

AirTV Mini mixes Android TV, Sling TV, OTA channels in one device

The folks at AirTV are dead set on creating a television experience where everyone can have every single piece of programming available in the world, all at once. To do this, they've created the device "AirTV Mini", a device that connects to your television's HDMI port and connect with your OTA antenna and AirTV Wi-Fi-enabled network tuner.

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Kung Fury 2 a go: Schwarzenegger, Fassbender, Hasselhoff

Kung Fury 2 a go: Schwarzenegger, Fassbender, Hasselhoff

There's a second Kung Fury movie in the works, and if the first wave of castings is legit - it's about to get wild up in here. This second in what we must assume is a never-ending series of films will feature Eiza Gonzalez and David Sandberg (director and creator of the first film, and original Kung Fury himself).

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Hulu brings back 4K streaming for originals, rolls out Live TV guide

Hulu brings back 4K streaming for originals, rolls out Live TV guide

As we close in on the weekend, Hulu has rolled out a couple of features that a lot of viewers will probably really like. First and foremost, the company has launched an interactive guide for its Live TV subscribers. Hulu's Live TV guide works just like any other interactive guide you've ever used, showing you the broadcast schedule for channels that are included in your subscription.

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Seinfeld is turning 30 and Hulu is celebrating with a new Apple TV feature

Seinfeld is turning 30 and Hulu is celebrating with a new Apple TV feature

Somehow, Seinfeld is turning 30 years old today. If that little fact didn't spark an exestential crisis and you're still with us, then good news: you can celebrate Seinfeld's 30th anniversary by using Hulu's new shuffle functionality to pull up a random episodes of the legendary sitcom. Hulu is rolling out this feature today, and it allows you to create a randomized playlist of Seinfeld episodes.

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Microsoft’s Windows 1.0 tease dropped some key Stranger Things details

Microsoft’s Windows 1.0 tease dropped some key Stranger Things details

For the past few days, Microsoft has been making a number of very curious teases all centered around Windows 1.0. It's been decades since Windows 1.0 was the operating system of the day, so these teases definitely piqued the interest of many. From the very start, multiple people have been guessing that these teases could be a tie-in with the third season of Stranger Things, which debuted on Netflix yesterday.

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Dabby TV streaming box may have cracked the voice control problem

Dabby TV streaming box may have cracked the voice control problem

Voice control was meant to save us from the TV remote, but even with heavy-hitters like Amazon and Apple in the living room, we're still not quite there yet. That's a problem startup Dabkick believes it can fix, with its Dabby streaming entertainment system. Pairing a flexible dedicated tablet with an unexpectedly capable AI-powered search, it promises voice access to any content you can find online - without falling foul of the media behemoths.

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Samsung’s striking The Serif 2019 TV finally goes on sale

Samsung’s striking The Serif 2019 TV finally goes on sale

Samsung's 2019 version of its The Serif TV has finally arrived on shelves, offering a combination of the company's latest QLED display tech and a stylish design. Announced late last year, the updated The Serif revamps the original model launched all the way back in 2016.

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Amazon unveils its first 4K Fire TV Edition smart TV with Dolby Vision

Amazon unveils its first 4K Fire TV Edition smart TV with Dolby Vision

Amazon has announced the first Fire TV Edition smart TV that features Dolby Vision HDR, offering consumers what Amazon calls 'ultra-vivid' image quality. As with existing Fire TV Edition smart TVs, the new 4K model offers the Fire TV experience without the need for a separate stick or box, as well as integration with over-the-air television.

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ROLI LUMI is a modular light-up keyboard for learners and pros

ROLI LUMI is a modular light-up keyboard for learners and pros

ROLI's flexible modular musical instruments are great if you're a musician that loves tinkering, but now there's an option if you're trying to learn, too. ROLI LUMI combines a portable keyboard with illuminated keys and a companion app, with the lights guiding new players through which key to hit from a database of songs.

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Comcast’s eye tracking remote makes cable TV more accessible

Comcast’s eye tracking remote makes cable TV more accessible

Comcast today announced the roll out of new eye control remote that makes it easier for those with disabilities to change channels or set recordings using only their eye movement. Dubbed simply Xfinity X1 eye control, the system seems pretty straightforward, as it work with existing eye gaze systems and only requires pairing with your Xfinity account and set top box. Even better is that it doesn't appear to cost anything extra on top of your standard Xfinity subscription.

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