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Uber’s expanded rewards program offers Apple Music and HBO Max perks

By apple music, engadget, gear, hbo max, Internet, loyalty, loyalty program, rewards, ridesharing, services, Transportation, uber, Uber Eats

Uber’s rewards program is becoming much more flexible than it was back in 2018. The ride- and food-ordering company has overhauled the program to not only let you redeem more often, but choose from a larger pool of options. To start, you no lo…

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The top video streaming services that are worth your money

By cbs all access, disney, disney-plus, engadget, entertainment, espn plus, gear, hbo max, hgg2020, holiday20, hulu, nbc peacock, netflix, News, prime video, shudder, Streaming, streaming services, streaming video, the criterion channel, thebuyersguide, vmholiday2020, vrv, youtube, YouTube TV

The number of video streaming services available has increased dramatically over the past couple of years as everyone decides they want a piece of the pie. The days when Netflix was your only option are long gone now, and while that’s great fo…

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The best digital gifts to send your friends and family

By 1password, Amazon, audible, dc universe infinite, digital gifts, disney, disney-plus, endel, engadget, entertainment, gear, giftguide20, hbo max, hgg2020, holiday20, marvel unlimited, masterclass, Microsoft, News, playstation now, Sony, thebuyersguide, tunnelbear, xbox game pass ultimate

There will probably always be at least a little stigma around giving a gift card or a “digital” gift, but there doesn’t have to be. For gadget-lovers who seemingly have everything, gift cards might help them get even more out of the stuff they…

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‘Key & Peele’ and other Comedy Central classics head to HBO Max in November

By av, comedy central, dave chappelle, engadget, entertainment, hbo max, Internet, News, Streaming, streaming video, warnermedia

WarnerMedia hopes a handful of Comedy Central classics may help entice you to subscribe to HBO Max. The streaming service announced today it’s inked a deal to air all episodes of Chappelle’s Show, Inside Amy Schumer, Key & Peele, Natha…

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AT&T’s WarnerMedia is streaming ‘free’ TV to millions of connected cars

By at&t, Connected Cars, engadget, entertainment, gear, hbo max, Internet, News, services, Streaming, warnermedia, warnermedia ride

You don’t need to buy a Tesla to stream shows through your car’s internet access, although it will come with catches. AT&T has unveiled a previously rumored WarnerMedia Ride service that streams shows from Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS and…

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‘The Witches’ skips theaters for an HBO Max debut on October 22nd

By anne hathaway, annehathaway, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, entertainment, hbo max, hbomax, News, octavia spencer, octaviaspencer, roald dahl, roalddahl, robert zemeckis, robertzemeckis, stanley tucci, stanleytucci, Streaming, the witches, thewitches

The Witches, the latest adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic book, is yet another major movie that’s going straight to a streaming service amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Robert Zemeckis-directed film will hit HBO Max on October 22nd.It centers …

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DC Universe will become a comics-only service on January 21st

By comic books, comics, comics-only, dc comics, dc universe, dc universe infinite, digital-first, engadget, entertainment, hbo max, News, rebrand, relaunch, subscription, warner media

DC Comics plans to “relaunch” its streaming service DC Universe as DC Universe Infinite, a comics-only subscription service. Since 2018, DC fans have been able to access comics, movies and TV shows through the DC Universe app, but last month, …

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HBO Max is making a series based on the One Perfect Shot Twitter account

By at&t, av, ava duvernay, engadget, entertainment, hbo, hbo max, News, one perfect shot, social media, Streaming, streaming video, Twitter, warner media

Cinema buffs have something to look forward to from HBO Max. The streaming service is adapting popular Twitter account One Perfect Shot, which shares some of the most iconic compositions in film history, into a documentary series.Each 30-minut…

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HBO Max is making a TV series based on relaxation app Calm

By app, calm, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, entertainment, hbo max, health, Internet, Mobile, News, relaxation, sleep, Streaming, streaming video, video, warnermedia

HBO Max is working on a new 10-episode series based on popular relaxation and sleep tool Calm. Building on the app’s Sleep Stories, each episode A World of Calm will be about 30-minutes long and will feature "scientifically-engineered&quo…

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This week’s best deals: Echo Show 5, Star Wars Instant Pots and more

By Amazon, commerce, echo show 5, engadget, engadgetdeals, gear, google, hbo max, instant pot, iPad, News, pixel 4 xl, sling tv, star wars, thebuyersguide, weekly deals

The first full week of May brought a number of deals on home tech and mobile devices. Those on the market for a smaller Echo device with a screen can still snag the Echo Show 5 for $50 and the Show 8 for $80. Star Wars fans with a soft spot fo…

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Charter is the first cable company with a deal for HBO Max

By at&t, charter, charter communications, engadget, entertainment, gear, hbo, hbo max, Internet, News, spectrum, Streaming, television, TV, warnermedia

WarnerMedia didn’t initially say how TV providers besides AT&T would offer HBO Max, but that’s now becoming clear through a first-ever deal. Cable provider Charter has landed a multi-year agreement that will make HBO Max available to a…

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HBO’s free streaming includes ‘The Wire’ and its Theranos documentary

By av, Business, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, entertainment, hbo, hbo go, hbo max, hbo now, jason kilar, News, warnermedia

As efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus by encouraging social distancing stretch into another week, HBO has opened up its library for some free viewing. Not everything is available — non-subscribers can’t catch up on Game of Thrones yet — but…

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HBO Max’s first trailer reminds you it has non-HBO titles, too

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HBO Max is still a few months away from its May launch, but that isn’t stopping AT&T and WarnerMedia from trying to drum up some early hype. The streaming service has introduced its first trailer, and it mainly serves to remind you that Warner ow…

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A ‘Snow Crash’ TV series is coming to HBO Max

By at&t, engadget, entertainment, hbo max, Internet, neal stephenson, Sci-fi, Science Fiction, services, snow crash, Streaming, television, TV, verizon

Neal Stephenson’s influential Snow Crash is finally poised to reach screens, although you’ll have to be picky about where you watch it. HBO Max has ordered work on a TV series adaptation of the sci-fi novel that will be written and co-run by the Sco…

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Why are there so many TV streaming services?

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The days of television streaming with limited choices are long gone. The list of options grows longer almost daily, and some big names have plans to launch new services that will further silo the content you want to watch. Exclusives are the n…

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How to get the most out of Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services

By amazon prime video, amazonprimevideo, apple, apple tv, appletv, cbsallaccess, crackle, crunchyroll, disney, disney-plus, disneyplus, engadget, entertainment, friends, guide, hbo max, hbomax, homeentertainment2019, hulu, imdb tv, imdbtv, letterboxd, nbcuniversal, netflix, peacock, pluto tv, plutotv, prime video, primevideo, quibi, services, shudder, Streaming, streaming video, the office, thebuyersguide, theoffice, tubi, vudu, warnermedia

A Netflix or Hulu subscription alone won’t cut it anymore. The streaming landscape is fracturing as bastions of old media rise up with their own services, offering a blend of originals and library material. Over the coming months, the streaming video…

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