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YouTube is canceling its high-end original programming

Shifting the focus back to free content.

When YouTube Red debuted in 2015, one of the big pushes of the program was premium, original content to compete with the likes of Netflix and Hulu. According to a new report from Bloomberg, YouTube’s now shifting its focus away from that strategy.

Per Bloomberg:

YouTube has canceled plans for high-end dramas and comedies, people with knowledge of the matter said, a pullback from its grand ambitions for a paid  [Read More…]

Canceling YouTube TV? These are some great alternatives

If it’s time to get rid of Google’s live TV service, you’ve got a number of options.

There’s a lot to love about YouTube TV. The simple single plan. The multiple accounts that you can share with your family. The unlimited DVR.

But YouTube TV also doesn’t have as many channels as some of the other services. And if it doesn’t have something you’ve decided you just have to have, then it’s time to cancel YouTube TV.

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Canceling Sling TV? These are some great alternatives

If Sling TV just isn’t doing it for you anymore, then it’s time to go. Here are some of the myriad options.

Sling TV remains (for now, anyway) the most popular streaming TV service, with somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 million subscribers, at last count. But the thing about streaming services is that it’s super easy to cancel and try a new one. But you’ll need a replacement streaming service, right? If you’re getting rid of  [Read More…]

Canceling DirecTV Now? Here are some great alternatives

You don’t have to be stuck with a streaming service that doesn’t give you what you want.

If you’re about to cancel DirecTV Now, well, you’re not alone. More than a quarter-million subscribers left AT&T’s live streaming service in the fourth quarter of 2018 — some 267,000, to be exact — as early promotional periods started to run out and increased pricing kicked in.

The question, then, is what service you should switch to if you’ve decided to ditch  [Read More…]

TaoTronics Active Noise Canceling Headphones review: Punching way above the price tag

TaoTronics’ headphones are comfy, kick out powerful sound, and come with a free (albeit huge) carrying case.

If you’re in the market for a new pair of headphones, the only ones you should seriously be considering are noise canceling Bluetooth ones. The combination of freedom from pesky wires and being able to block out the noises of the world around you is fantastic, but more times than not, headphones that offer this combo end up costing a  [Read More…]

Motorola’s apparently canceling the Moto X5 and scaling back on Moto Mods

Don’t expect another Hasselblad camera mod anytime soon.

Hot on the heels of reports claiming Motorola laid-off 50% of its engineering team at its Chicago headquarters, another one’s popped up suggesting that there’s even more happening behind the scenes.

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According to Android Police, Motorola has canceled the Moto X5 that was scheduled for a release at some point this year. The X5 would be a successor to the mostly well-received Moto X4 that came  [Read More…]

Monodeal’s Noise Canceling Headphones: Lower price would make it more attractive (Review)

Searching for the right pair of headphones can prove to be quite the chore. There are a number of things to factor in when making this purchase. Comfort, design, sound, and price are all things that must be considered. The price is the biggest consideration when making this decision. It would be nice if money was

Amazon canceling some Transformer Prime pre-orders

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One of our twitter followers, WWJoshDew, shared a picture with us via his twitter account of an email he received from Amazon’s customer service team. Apparently, Amazon sold out of the Transformer Prime so fast that they outsold their pre-order stock. As a result, Amazon is contacting some customers advising them that their preorder has been cancelled.

Amazon is citing lack of availability from suppliers as their reason for cancelling orders,  [Read More…]