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Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Redbox, the company best known for its red movie vending machines, launched a free ad-supported live streaming TV service earlier this year, one you probably haven't heard of. Bringing attention back to the service is a new announcement from Redbox revealing that Xbox One owners can now access this streaming service through their consoles.

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Netflix StreamFest promotion will briefly open service to the public

Netflix StreamFest promotion will briefly open service to the public

Netflix plans to make its streaming service available to everyone for a limited time through a promotion it will call StreamFest, the company has revealed. Though some details are still missing, it seems that StreamFest will be live for 48 hours during which time anyone -- including non-subscribers -- will be able to access the service and stream all of the content they want, no credit card required.

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Apple TV+ will make Peanuts holiday classics free for everyone

Apple TV+ will make Peanuts holiday classics free for everyone

Apple is expanding its Peanuts content with a deal that'll bring new specials, a second season of Snoopy in Space, and more. As part of this newly announced deal, Apple has also scored three classic Peanuts holiday specials in time for the upcoming season -- and it is making them free for everyone to stream for a limited time. As expected, the free streaming availability will coincide with each of the three major upcoming holidays.

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iPhone 12 Pro in the hands of the gimbal GOAT

iPhone 12 Pro in the hands of the gimbal GOAT

Apple released a video today showing their collaboration with Chivo, aka Emmanuel Lubezki. Chivo ("goat" in Spanish) is known for his work with extremely long, uninterrupted shots of video in major motion pictures like Children of Men, Gravity, Birdman, and The Revenant. Lubezki uses several sorts of accessories to assist in his capture of video with the iPhone 12 Pro, including the most brilliant oddity we've seen in a long time.*

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Pluto TV will offer free streaming of Netflix Original show Narcos

Pluto TV will offer free streaming of Netflix Original show Narcos

Viacom's free ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV will be offering its users access to one of Netflix's more popular original shows, Narcos. This is quite an unusual move for Netflix, which typically keeps its content strictly restricted to its own platform. The decision to offer reruns of this aging show on a free platform may be an effective marketing tactic, however, to lure in new subscribers.

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Disney’s Obi-Wan Star Wars series will finally start filming in March

Disney’s Obi-Wan Star Wars series will finally start filming in March

Following the production delay announced several long months ago, we finally know when Disney's upcoming Star Wars series based on the character Obi-Wan Kenobi will start filming. The news was revealed by actor Ewan McGregor during an interview recently, with McGregor stating that -- barring any unforeseen circumstances that may cause additional delays -- filming will kick off in March 2021.

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Google Meet deploys breakout rooms, but only for some users

Google Meet deploys breakout rooms, but only for some users

Google has announced an update to its Google Meet collaboration software, adding a new breakout room feature that makes it easier for smaller 000s of people to collaborate. The feature is first arriving for people who organize remote 000s on Enterprise for Education, but Google says that it will also roll out the feature for Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) later on this year.

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Disney scrubs Pixar Soul theater release, switches to streaming plan

Disney scrubs Pixar Soul theater release, switches to streaming plan

Soul, an animated Pixar movie that was set to hit theaters in November, will instead debut at a later date on the Disney Plus streaming service. This is the latest example of a movie that has been bumped from the theatrical release schedule in favor of a digital premiere due to the pandemic, which forced a major change in how the movie was produced.

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The Roku Channel free movie streaming app launches on Amazon Fire TV

The Roku Channel free movie streaming app launches on Amazon Fire TV

Home entertainment company Roku has announced that its 'The Roku Channel' streaming app is now available on Fire TV devices, a somewhat surprising expansion of the app that was originally limited to only Roku devices. Roku first expanded the streaming platform to desktop and mobile browsers, and most recently it launched a standalone Roku Channel app for iOS and Android. This time around, you can download the app through the Amazon App Store for Fire TV.

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The Expanse gets an official Season 5 release date and trailer

The Expanse gets an official Season 5 release date and trailer

Hit science fiction show The Expanse will be returning with a new season soon, Amazon has announced. The company saved the show after it was canceled by SyFy, its original network, bringing the series over to the Prime Video platform. We've already seen an Amazon original season from the company, the latest example of which will arrive in a couple of months. Joining the premiere date announcement is an official trailer.

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Fox’s free streaming service Tubi adds live news for cord-cutters

Fox’s free streaming service Tubi adds live news for cord-cutters

Tubi, one of the oldest and most popular ad-supported free streaming services, has announced a new channel expansion that includes the arrival of live content. According to an announcement from the company on Thursday, users can now tune into local Fox affiliate networks in a number of markets like LA, New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia. In addition, Tubi has also added news channels ranging from WeatherNation to Fubo Sports Network.

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Netflix’s obnoxious ‘still watching’ prompt may soon be a thing of the past

Netflix’s obnoxious ‘still watching’ prompt may soon be a thing of the past

If there's anything more annoying than Netflix's habit of canceling shows after only a couple of seasons, it's the "Still watching?" prompt that seems to appear every couple of episodes. The prompt requires users to select a button to resume the content, helping ensure that shows aren't streaming to an empty room. The only problem? This disrupts the viewing experience for those who are binge-watching the latest season of their favorite show.

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