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A Fix for the Chromecast’s Wi-Fi Bug Is Rolling Out

Yesterday Google started to roll out a patch to fix the Chromecast Wi-Fi bug that was crashing Wi-Fi networks across a long list of routers. The issue was first spotted by TP-Link and affects Google’s Cast products, mainly the Google Home and Chromecast, which are causing issues with Wi-Fi networks. Google Cast sends packets between […]

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fuboTV Adds 14 More NBC & CBS Affiliates

Today the live TV streaming service fuboTV announced that they have added 14 new NBC and CBS affiliates across the United States. This brings the total number of local affiliates to 140 plus FOX network programming in 45 additional markets around the United States.  This comes a week after fuboTV added 29 CBS & NBC affiliates last […]

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Twitter & Gatorade Team Up to Stream High School Basketball

Twitter is continuing their dive into sports, and this time they are teaming up with Gatorade to bring you an early look at the next big basketball talents in the US. With this partnership Twitter will air #TheDebut, a first-of-its-kind live stream broadcast on Twitter, featuring eight high school basketball games highlighting great matchups that include […]

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Our Rebuttal to the Quartz Story “Streaming’s live-TV bundles aren’t actually saving cord-cutters money compared to cable”

Yesterday, Quartz published a story titled, “Streaming’s live-TV bundles aren’t actually saving cord-cutters money compared to cable.” As you may expect that didn’t seem to make sense to me, so I started to dig around to learn more. The short rundown of the story was it costs more to use live TV streaming services like […]

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