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E3 2023 Cancelled After Major Companies Skip the Event

E3 2023, one of the biggest gaming events of the year, has been cancelled after the industry’s biggest names said they will be skipping the event.

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UK Narrows Its Focus In Microsoft/Activision Investigation

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is narrowing its focus as it investigates Microsoft’s proposed Activision Blizzard deal.

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California May Force Big Tech to Pay for News

California may join Australia and Canada in forcing Big Tech to pay for news content, setting up a major confrontation with Silicon Valley.

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YouTube TV Is Raising Prices

YouTube TV is raising prices for its streaming service, citing rising content costs and an effort to “keep bringing you the best possible service.”

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YouTube TV Unveils Four-Way Multiview Early Access

YouTube TV is testing out four-way multiview in early access, finally bringing one of fubuTV’s best features to the streaming service.

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EU Reportedly Poised to Clear Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard Purchase

Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is one step closer to closing, with the EU reportedly poised to approve the deal.

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Florida Could Require Registration for Bloggers Writing About Elected Officials

Florida is raising eyebrows with a bill that would require anyone blogging about the state’s elected officials to register or face fines.

Netflix Has No Plans to Pay For EU Network Upgrades

Netflix has thrown cold water on hopes that it would pay a “tax” to help internet service providers upgrade their networks.

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YouTube TV Is Experiencing Issues

YouTube TV appears to be experiencing an outage, one that is impacting Apple TV, TVision Hub, and other streaming devices.

Microsoft Signs 10-Year Nintendo Contract Over ‘Call of Duty’

Microsoft has signed a 10-year contract with Nintendo, ensuring the popular “Call of Duty” game remains on the platform.

Xfinity Customers Will No Longer Get Free Peacock Premium

Xfinity customers are in for a disappointment, with NBCUniversal cutting off free access to Peacock Premium.

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UK Regulators Say Microsoft/Activision Deal Could Hurt Gamers

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has weighed in on Microsoft’s proposed Activision purchase, saying the deal could hurt gamers.

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Apple TV and Music Come to 200 TV Brands via LG webOS Hub

LG has expanded the availability of Apple’s entertainment apps, bringing them to some 200 TV brands.

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Netflix Password Sharing Crackdown Continues

Netflix is continuing its efforts to crack down on password sharing, making it a bit more inconvenient.

No More Free Peacock Plan for New Subscribers

Peacock has ended its free tier for new subscribers, only offering them a choice of paid plans.

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E3 2023 May Be Missing Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony

Despite being the first E3 in four years, E3 2023 may be missing the biggest console makers: Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony.

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Tomb Raider Series May Be Coming to Amazon

Video gamers rejoice! A Tomb Raider TV series is in the works and may be coming to Amazon Prime streaming service.

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Samsung May Bring Its Free TV Plus to Third-Party TVs

Samsung may bring its popular TV Plus streaming app to third-party TVs, according to a new report.

Sling TV
Sling TV Is in Trouble as Subscriber Losses Mount

Once the undisputed king of live TV streaming, Sling TV is bleeding subscribers to rivals offering better features.

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British PM Rishi Sunak Pressure MPs As The Country Moves To Keep Media Bosses Criminally Liable

Learn more about how British PM Rishi Sunak pressure MPs as the country moves to keep media bosses criminally liable below.