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  • WWE Network Still Experiencing Technical Issues

    The good news is there's demand for the WWE Network. The bad news, there are still technical issues to be worked out with the over-the-top service that launched Monday. After WWE's tech partner MLBAM was overwhelmed by the number of subscribers wanting...
  • HBO Go Launches on PlayStation 3

    HBO's Internet video service, HBO Go, is now available on Sony Computer Entertainment America's PlayStation 3 consoles -- but it still isn't available for the newer PS4. According to Sony, about 25 million PlayStation 3 consoles are in use in the U.S....
  • Amazon TV set-top box coming in March, report says

    Amazon TV set-top box coming in March, report says
    Amazon.com is gearing up to release an Internet-connected television set-top box as early as next month, according to a report Friday. The Seattle-based online retailer is aiming for a March debut for a product that would go head-to-head with the...
  • Amazon Studios Launches 10 Pilots, in Hunt for Second Wave of Series

    Amazon Studios is releasing 10 pilots for the Internet masses to weigh in on -- including its first two dramas, from Chris Carter ("The X-Files") and Eric Overmyer ("The Wire") -- from which the studio will select the next batch of full series for its...
  • Oyster, the Netflix of e-books, is expanding

    Oyster, the Netflix of e-books, is expanding
    Oyster, the e-book subscription service, has launched a new version of its app that is available for Android devices as well as Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook tablets. The New York City startup has often been described as the Netflix or...
  • Amazon launches Prime Music, an ad-free music streaming service

    Amazon launches Prime Music, an ad-free music streaming service
    Amazon is joining the hotly contested online music streaming business by launching its own service.  Prime Music is available free for subscribers of Amazon Prime, the company's $99-a-year membership program that includes free two-day shipping, a...
  • Simon & Schuster joins Oyster and Scribd for 'Netflix for e-books'

    Two major services hoping to become 'Netflix for e-books' got a big boost Wednesday: Simon & Schuster has made its backlist available to both Oyster and Scribd. For a monthly fee — $8.99 for Scribd, $9.95 for Oyster — each offers unlimited...
  • Dish's Ergen Says Satcaster Has Critical Mass of OTT Deals, But Likely Won't Launch by End of 2014

    Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said the company has landed over-the-top rights deals with several programmers - in addition to Disney -- for a viable Internet TV service, but said the satcaster is looking for more partners and doesn't expect to...
  • Hot toys for the holidays from Walmart, Toys R Us and Amazon

    Hot toys for the holidays from Walmart, Toys R Us and Amazon
    Hanukkah, known this year as Thanksgivukkah because it arrives just one day before Thanksgiving, and Christmas are around the corner.  So now's the time to make a mad grab for hot toys to save the trouble of running around. I asked Jodi Furman, who...
  • Tuesday's hot deals: Save on Dolphin tickets, Kindles for students

    Tuesday's hot deals: Save on Dolphin tickets, Kindles for students
    Here's Tuesday's list of hot deals. Get 'em while they last: Amazon Local: $7 buys you $30 to spend on Dolphins, Hurricanes or Marlins tickets at ScoreBig.com; expires in 16 days. Amazon.com: $70 off all Kindle Fires for student members; Kindle Fire...
  • Now AT&T U-verse subscribers can watch Disney channel programming on their mobile devices

    Now AT&T U-verse subscribers can watch Disney channel programming on their mobile devices
    If you’re enrolled in AT&T’s U-verse service and subscribe to Disney Channel, Disney XD or Disney Junior, you now can watch those programs online or on mobile devices while on the go. According to a release from AT&T on Monday, U-Verse...