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‘UFC 203’ Fight Card: Watch the Official CM Punk Weigh-In Live Streaming Tonight [Video]

CM Punk makes his MMA debut at UFC 203, and it airs live on pay-per-view Saturday night. The main fight card starts at 10:00 p.m. EST, and the prelims begin at 8:00 p.m. EST. Ever since it was announced in December of 2014 that CM Punk was officially in the UFC, naysayers and fans alike have been eagerly awaiting his ...

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CBS boss suggests Apple’s TV streaming service is still stalled

All last year, Apple was said to be putting together a streaming service for the Apple TV, but report after report said it wasn’t going very well. Now, the newest word suggests that Apple may even have taken a break. CBS CEO Les Moonves has chimed in pretty frequently on the state of his company’s negotiations with Apple, and today he ...

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Week’s Winners and Losers: Streaming Quakes, Urban Bakes

Filed under: Netflix, Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, IPOs, Investing Chris Pizzello/Invision/APBritish pop star Adele There were plenty of winners and losers this week, with hot shows debuting on leading video streaming services and a once-popular clothing retailer making an unusual acquisition. Walmart (WMT) — Winner The turnaround at Walmart continues. The world’s largest retailer posted better-than-expected quarterly results this week. This is ...

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Comcast says its streaming TV service won’t count against data caps because it doesn’t use the internet

Comcast internet subscribers shopping around for streaming video services are going to have a pretty convincing reason to opt for the company’s own product, called Stream TV. That’s because data used for the service won’t count against subscribers’ data caps, which start at 300GB per month. In addition, bandwidth used by the service won’t impact your network speeds — Comcast ...

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NBA, ESPN agree to framework on new live streaming package

As part of a new television contract that will pay the NBA $ 2.67 billion through the 2024-25 season, ESPN has negotiated a new online, live streaming video package that will show regular season games. The service will reportedly be available to people who aren’t cable or satellite subscribers, according to the Wall Street Journal. Gaining the online video rights was ...

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Plex on Xbox One makes streaming your torrented movies easy and elegant

Both of the latest consoles from Microsoft and Sony started off with nonexistent media center capabilities, which was a big disappointment to people with massive digital movie and TV show collections. But thankfully Xbox One is already starting to turn things around. There’s Microsoft’s own media player app (which will soon support high-quality MKV files) and tomorrow Plex is coming to ...

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Redbox Instant streaming video service shutting down on October 7th

Netflix’s grip on the streaming video market is tightening. Today, Redbox Instant announced that the service will be shut down in just a few days, on October 7th. The service, which went live last year as part of a partnership between Verizon and Redbox parent company Outerwall, has struggled to lure subscribers away from competing streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon Instant ...

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