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Disney’s latest deal will keep ESPN on Sony’s PlayStation Vue service

Disney’s latest deal will keep ESPN on Sony’s PlayStation Vue service

Disney has expanded upon its previous deal with Sony, ensuring its ESPN networks, as well as National Geographic and more, will remain available on the OTT television service PlayStation Vue. Sports fans can expect continued access to a number of networks, including SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN College Extra, ACC Network, and much more. Disney refers to this as a 'comprehensive distribution agreement.'

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TIDAL music streaming service arrives on Roku devices

TIDAL music streaming service arrives on Roku devices

Many months after its arrival on the DIY streaming platform Plex, music streaming service TIDAL has officially launched on Roku. Unlike competing music services like Spotify, TIDAL is known for its high fidelity offerings, giving audiophiles access to audio content at higher qualities that the compressed versions offered through most competitors. In addition, the service offers access to some exclusive content and videos.

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Razer Seiren Emote microphone has an emoticon display for streamers

Razer Seiren Emote microphone has an emoticon display for streamers

There's a lot of gaming PC hardware out there aimed at streamers, and today, Razer launched a new microphone that fits well within that category. Say hello to the Razer Seiren Emote a new microphone that comes with a dedicated 8x8 LED display that showcases various emoticons. If there was ever a microphone that fit stream culture perfectly, it's probably this one.

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Games Done Quick Express 2019 begins: 5 speedruns to watch this weekend

Games Done Quick Express 2019 begins: 5 speedruns to watch this weekend

Even though it isn't quite time for another week-long Games Done Quick speedrunning marathon yet, GDQ is hosting a special weekend event at TwitchCon 2019. Games Done Quick Express, as it's called, has officially kicked off, and throughout the weekend, speedrunners attending TwitchCon will be showing off their skills. When everything is tallied up, Games Done Quick will be live for more than 50 hours this weekend, with plenty of speedruns to watch.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield 24 hour livestream: Where and when to watch

Pokemon Sword and Shield 24 hour livestream: Where and when to watch

The marketing cycle for new Pokemon games usually looks pretty much the same, as The Pokemon Company likes to reveal new information piecemeal through a series of trailers. For Pokemon Sword and Shield, however, The Pokemon Company will be trying something different. Today, it announced a 24-hour livestream set for next week, and it sounds like that livestream may have some new Pokemon reveals lurking within it.

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Twitch drops a big redesign as TwitchCon 2019 draws near

Twitch drops a big redesign as TwitchCon 2019 draws near

On the eve of TwitchCon 2019, Twitch has rolled out a new design for its website. This brand refresh of sorts doesn't make a ton of drastic changes to the way Twitch looks, but those who are visiting the site today will definitely notice some differences from the Twitch they're used to.

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Apple Music is now a better rival to Android music apps

Apple Music is now a better rival to Android music apps

There was a point in time when Apple seemed to be completely ignoring Android users completely. Its first Android app, after all, threw shade at the rival platform by assisting users to migrate to iOS. But in order to truly spread its Apple Music service, it needed to also cater to the other half of the mobile world. That finally happened with the Apple Music Android app which, after a lackluster first launch, may now be considered a proper competitor on Android.

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Project xCloud public preview detailed: Registration, games, devices

Project xCloud public preview detailed: Registration, games, devices

Microsoft has announced that its Project xCloud game streaming service will arrive in the United States, United Kingdom, and Korea as a public preview starting in October. This will be a public preview period that enables Microsoft to test how its service handles a broader group of players, including the various devices and network environments they utilize. The company has detailed what to expect, including how to register.

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Project xCloud public preview sees Microsoft and T-Mobile partner

Project xCloud public preview sees Microsoft and T-Mobile partner

With the Project xCloud public preview on the horizon, Microsoft has chosen T-Mobile as one of its technical partners for this test. Assuming they've been accepted into the public preview program, T-Mobile customers will be able to stream certain Xbox One titles over the carrier's mobile network. Aside from the limited number of invites Microsoft is planning to send out, there are also some requirements on T-Mobile's end before you'll be able to stream Project xCloud games.

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Disney+ pre-orders begin with enticing but unusual offers

Disney+ pre-orders begin with enticing but unusual offers

At long last, Disney has not only confirmed the existing of its own streaming service but is also ready to put into full gear. Pieces are falling into places, including the resignation of Disney CEO Bob Iger from Apple's board in lieu of that. For those really, really excited about Disney+, they can now "pre-order" the service to get dibs ahead of everyone else. If, however, you were expecting some freebies to go with that, you might be sorely disappointed.

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TiVo to launch $50 Android TV streaming stick in early 2020

TiVo to launch $50 Android TV streaming stick in early 2020

TiVo, the company that skyrocketed to popularity with its DVR products before slowly fading into obscurity, is preparing to launch a $50 streaming stick that will run Android TV, according to company CEO Dave Shull. The product is expected to hit the market in early 2020 following the arrival of TiVo Plus, a recently disclosed product that will arrive this fall.

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FOX is bringing Thursday Night Football streams in 4K this year

FOX is bringing Thursday Night Football streams in 4K this year

FOX Sports is about to give its Thursday Night Football broadcasts a huge quality boost, offering them in 4K Ultra HD resolution for the first time starting with the upcoming football season. The broadcasts will offer improved quality over the Full HD broadcasts, bringing the option to fans who have compatible displays and either the FOX streaming apps or a pay-TV plan.

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