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Now Comcast’s Xfinity Stream app with live TV and DVR content is available on Apple TV

Comcast’s Xfinity Stream app replaced the old Xfinity TV setup in 2017, allowing cable TV subscribers (who haven’t cut the cord yet) to pull up live channels, DVR content, and on-demand video,...

The Ghostbusters: Afterlife sequel is set for release in December 2023

Pandemic delays caused a wider-than-expected gap between our first peek at Ghostbusters: Afterlife and when it actually came to theaters, but Sony is setting up a tighter schedule for the follow-up. After...

Apex Legends’ latest update broke controller support on Xbox Series consoles

Last week, EA’s battle royale shooter Apex Legends launched a “collection event,” which is shorthand for a limited-time setup that is mostly about players buying a bunch of cosmetic items from the...

Snoop Dogg and Eminem’s Bored Ape music video is here to try and sell us on tokens

The last couple of weeks have had a lot of bad news for some in the “web3” space, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at announcements in and around the recently-ended...

Activision Blizzard will begin negotiations with QA testers union at Raven Software

After Activision Blizzard refused to voluntarily recognize the union formed by QA testers at Raven Software — a subsidiary that works on the Call of Duty games — the testers went through...

YouTube TV finally adds 5.1 audio on Google TV, Android TV, and Roku

Nearly a year ago, YouTube TV announced plans to add 5.1 surround sound support for its streaming TV package. When we spoke to YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan earlier this year...

The first US Super Nintendo World is set to open in ‘early’ 2023 with a Mario Kart AR ride

Universal Studios Hollywood and Nintendo are slowly cranking up the volume about the first Super Nintendo World theme park located in the US. Now, they’re narrowing its opening window to “early” 2023...

The TweetDeck Mac app will go away on July 1st

Just a few months after Twitter spent $40 million to acquire TweetDeck in 2011, it launched new HTML5 apps for the browser, Windows, and Mac. Now, with Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter...

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