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Redbox is Launching a New Streaming Service

A few years ago Redbox and Verizon teamed up for a movie streaming service called Redbox Instant. That service ended up shutting down a few years ago and any movie purchased there was moved over to what is now the FandangoNOW streaming service. (Formally MGo) For some time now we have heard that Redbox was […]

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Comcast Promises to Be Good After Net Neutrality Repeal

Tomorrow the FCC will vote on repealing Net Neutrality. Today Comcast wanted to make it clear that they won’t abuse their powers as an ISP in a blog post by David L. Cohen Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer. In the blog post Comcast promised the following points: Will Comcast broadband customers still be […]

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YouTube Adds 4K Support to The Xbox One

This week Google updated their Xbox One app with 4K support and says HDR support is on the way. 4K HDR support will be added to the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X. Currently the ability to watch 4K video is limited to the Xbox One and the Xbox One S. If you […]

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Cox Is Raising Their Prices

Earlier this week we learned that Comcast was raising their prices. Today we learn that Cox will also be raising the price of their pay-TV service. Recently Cox started informing customers that their rates will be going up on January 7, 2018. Core packages are going up as much as $5 a month, but Cox […]

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Sling TV Adds The Hallmark Drama Channel

Today Sling TV announced that they have added the Hallmark Drama channel to their Lifestyles Extra add-on for $5 a month. The Hallmark Drama channel joins the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in the Lifestyle Extra add-on. Hallmark Drama is available beginning today and features original movies like “Second Chances,” “Honeymoon for One” and […]

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