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Reuters TechnologyMar 25, 2019
Apple invites Hollywood to Silicon Valley in TV push
Apple Inc is expected to finally lift the curtain on Monday on a secretive, years-long effort to build a television and movie offering designed to compete with big media companies and boost digital services revenue as iPhone sales taper.

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CNET Most Popular ProductsMar 24, 2019
Samsung Galaxy S10 review: All the S10 Plus power in a smaller package - CNET
The Galaxy S10 is a terrific phone, but not the most obvious S10 choice.

Mac RumorsMar 23, 2019
Apple 'Netflix for Games' Subscription Service May Be Shown Monday
A previously reported "Netflix for Games" subscription service that Apple has been working on may be shown at the Apple Event scheduled for Monday, March 25th.


CNET How ToMar 22, 2019
Top Galaxy S10 tips and tricks for Samsung's new phones - CNET
Make the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E work for you, not the other way around.

PC World Latest NewsMar 22, 2019
Data caps must die: How Google and Microsoft's cloud gaming ambitions could conquer ISP greed
Now that Google Stadia and Microsoft XCloud have been unveiled at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, it's safe to say cloud gaming has arrived, promising a future where content will be streamed to smartphones over high-speed Wi-Fi and 5G.

But if these services are to flourish, something else must die: the data caps ISPs impose upon most consumer Internet service plans. No one ever liked these limits except the ISPs. Now that major tech companies have some skin in the streaming game, data caps may finally have too many enemies to survive. 

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