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TVision by T-Mobile review: This streaming TV service shows promise, but it’s not what cord-cutters want today

If you don’t like making sacrifices in your TV entertainment choices, and it’s available where you live, TVision isn’t a bad deal. But subscribers should be prepared to feel like beta testers.

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iOS 13 enables Siri support in third party media apps: Spotify, Pandora, Overcast, and much more

Music, podcasts, audiobooks, and lots of other apps will finally be compatible with Siri.

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iTunes changes on macOS 10.15 Catalina: Not quite dead, but a whole lot different

Apple is breaking up iTunes into smaller apps in macOS 10.15 Catalina. Here’s everything you need to know about what’ new.

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Basketball without cable: A cord-cutter's guide to the NBA

Cord cutters can get their fill of big nationally televised games, but local broadcasts are still left on the bench.

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Apple TV app arrives on Samsung Smart TVs as Apple expands its services push

Samsung has announced that the Apple TV app will be available on its Smart TVs beginning today.

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Family Sharing is broken, but Apple could easily fix it

With several Family Sharing-enabled services on the way, now is the time for Apple to fix its family payments problem.

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Disney+ sets a high bar for Apple TV+

Disney’s streaming service is launching head-to-head with Apple’s, and has set a price ceiling that Apple should not break.

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How to watch the NBA playoffs—and championship series—without cable

How to watch all the hardwood heroics without paying for a cable subscription.

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Apple TV+ doesn’t need to be innovative to be a huge success

“Just another streaming service” is enough, because content is king.

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Netflix app drops AirPlay support on iOS, citing support for third-party devices

Netflix says the change is meant to “ensure our standard of quality for viewing is being met.”

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Apple leaves Android users with few alternatives as Texture is earmarked for May 28 shutdown

Texture has announced that it will be shutting down on May 28, leaving Android users with no place to read their digital magazines.

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The best second-screen apps for watching Major League Baseball

Geek up the grand old game with data feeds, social media, and other interactive enhancements.

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How to watch Major League Baseball online

Watching Major League Baseball without a cable subscription can be as difficult as hitting a hard slider. Our cord-cutting guide will help you find the sweet spot.

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3 things cord-cutters should look for at Apple’s ‘show time’ event

Apple is ready to show off its video streaming service on Monday. Here’s what it could look like.

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Apple sounds off on Spotify's antitrust claims in surprisingly tone-deaf screed

Apple has published a statement in response to Spotify's claims that it is being anti-competitive with its App Store fees. But it hits a sour note.

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The success of Apple’s new video streaming service might come down to price, not content

With just two weeks to go until Apple takes the wraps off of its new video streaming service, a new report suggests that third-party content, not original programming, will be the focus.

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Cord cutting: A beginner's guide

How to cut the cord: All the devices, services, and knowledge you need to ditch cable and save money.

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Qobuz review: A music streaming service on the verge of greatness

And the U.S. version is now integrated with the Sonos multi-room audio system.

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Spectrum TV Choice review: A la carte TV for cord-cutters, but at a cost

The cable giant offers a la carte streaming, with mixed results.

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Fantastic video-streaming services that are not named Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu

Everyone knows the big online services. TechHive’s resident film critic recommends checking out these lesser-known entertainment sources, some of which are absolutely free.

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