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NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

Ever since launching earlier in the year, NVIDIA GeForce Now has seen a number of developers remove their games from the streaming service. GeForce Now isn't like a traditional streaming service where users pay a monthly fee and then can stream any number of games available through GeForce Now as much as they want - instead, users need to already own the games they want to stream.

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Twitch teases ‘console announcements’ during Summer Game Fest streams

Twitch teases ‘console announcements’ during Summer Game Fest streams

Earlier this month, Geoff Keighley announced a multi-month digital games festival of sorts called Summer Game Fest. Seemingly created to take the place of in-person shows that can't be held because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Summer Game Fest promises announcements and digital events from May to August. Today Twitch confirmed that it's getting in on the action with Summer Game Fest livestreams, which will be held on a new channel called twitchgaming.

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Project xCloud preview gets five big games today

Project xCloud preview gets five big games today

If you're participating in Microsoft's Project xCloud preview, then here's some good news: you've got five new games to check out today. The five games that Microsoft is adding to the preview cover a fairly wide range of genres, so there's a bit of something for everyone in this mix. There's even a recently released first-party Xbox One game that is well worth checking out.

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Launch day deal sees HBO Max arrive on Xfinity

Launch day deal sees HBO Max arrive on Xfinity

Comcast and WarnerMedia have inked a last-minute deal to bring HBO Max to Xfinity customers on its launch day, an abrupt turnaround after all signs had pointed to disappointment for subscribers. Going live today, HBO Max replaces HBO NOW and promises 10,000 hours of TV and movie content, along with exclusives for which WarnerMedia is footing the bill.

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Netflix update gets a much-needed download feature

Netflix update gets a much-needed download feature

The next version of Netflix was revealed today with a feature that's been requested by fans for ages. The Netflix app for Android appeared with code that indicated the download feature would allow shows and movies to be played without a full download. The original launch of movie and show content downloads with Netflix took place all the way back in the year 2016, requiring a full download since the beginning.

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There’s HBO Max bad news if you use Amazon Fire TV or Roku

There’s HBO Max bad news if you use Amazon Fire TV or Roku

HBO Max may be launching today, but there's bad news if you're using two of the most popular platforms for streaming TV and movies at home. Those with an Amazon Fire TV device or TV, or a Roku device or TV, are discovering today that they're not invited to the HBO Max party.

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HBO Max goes live: Here’s how it works with HBO NOW and HBO GO

HBO Max goes live: Here’s how it works with HBO NOW and HBO GO

HBO Max is launching today, and if you're feeling confused about how the new streaming service fits into what already seems like far too many on-demand options from HBO, you're probably not alone. HBO Max effectively replaces HBO NOW, though whether you'll automatically see that switch over depends on what platform you're using and how you currently pay.

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SpaceX NASA launch: How to watch live [UPDATE: Scrubbed]

SpaceX NASA launch: How to watch live [UPDATE: Scrubbed]

Today NASA's Commercial Crew Program will launch NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley on a SpaceX Crew Dragon to the ISS. The International Space Station will receive the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft after the 4:33 EDT launch today on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. To participate and watch live, you'll want to take a few steps.

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Big Stadia update brings 1440p support, two new games

Big Stadia update brings 1440p support, two new games

Google has detailed a rather big update for Stadia that will see a number of new games added to the service, along with some new features for existing titles and new resolution options for those playing on Chrome. The games joining Stadia this week include Jotun: Valhalla Edition and Sundered: Eldritch Edition. While those will be added to Stadia's store, Stadia Pro members will get to download The Elder Scrolls Online for free beginning next month.

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FX renews What We Do In The Shadows for a third season

FX renews What We Do In The Shadows for a third season

Cable network FX has renewed What We Do In The Shadows for a third season. The show is still airing its second season at this time; it's scheduled to wrap up in mid-June. The series is based on the 2014 movie by the same name, revolving around four old vampires living on Staten Island and their lives in the present day. The show is available to stream on Hulu, as well.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming adds some heavy hitters

NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming adds some heavy hitters

Another week, another batch of PC games added to NVIDIA's streaming list. As if to prove naysayers wrong, the graphics tech giant is sticking to its promise of announcing week after week the new titles that will be available for streaming on its GeForce NOW service. If last week's addition left you feeling unimpressed, this week's roster could perk you up with the addition of several hit titles across genres.

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Netflix goes on an account purge

Netflix goes on an account purge

Netflix plans to start automatically canceling active account subscriptions, the company explained this week, though you likely don't have to worry about your own account. Netflix said that it will reach out to the account owner before it takes this action, giving them a chance to confirm that they want to keep their account active. If the account is canceled, the customer can restart it at any time.

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