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Is Netflix sleeping with the enemy? Big Red may strike big deals with cable providers

Though Netflix competes with traditional TV providers, it seems the streaming TV company might be looking to get its app available through set-top boxes.
Movies & TV

Bilbo Baggins goes to work at The Office in a Saturday Night Live skit with Martin Freeman

With The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies hitting theaters soon, Martin Freeman hosted the latest episode of Saturday Night Live to promote the film. No stranger to comedic roles, Freeman tapped into his on-screen past and…

Take a POV lap of the Gran Prix of Monaco with this vintage Maserati 250F

German racer Frank Stippler races his ’58 Maserati 250F around the modern-day configuration of the Monaco GP. The vintage car sports drum brakes and produces more than 270 hp.

Former engineer claims Apple intended to block 100 percent of non-iTunes clients

Former Apple engineer Ron Schultz testified against the tech giant on Friday, claiming Apple willfully attempted to block iPod users from downloading music not purchased from its own iTunes store.

Bungie bans players with modified consoles from Destiny

Bungie is banning the Destiny accounts of players who have logged in with modified consoles, according to a recent news update from the studio. "The BanHammer has been a-swingin'"
Movies & TV

Here’s a look at Iron Man’s new gear in Avengers: Age of Ultron

Hot Toys offers a close-up look at Iron Man's new Mark XLIII armor that will appear in the upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron via its movie-accurate figure.

New iOS Kindle app opens up buffet of Kindle Unlimited books

Amazon updated its Kindle app for iOS with Kindle Unlimited book browsing, Goodreads recommendations, and more. The new discovery features put the Kindle app back on par with Scribd and Oyster, its biggest competitors.

Danger Zone! Elite: Dangerous takes this week in gaming to the stars

The massively-multiplayer, open galaxy space sim Elite: Dangerous looms large in a week that otherwise mostly features some previously-released games coming to new platforms.

Big labels cash in on streaming services, as downloads continue to drop

Warner Music Group is ready to ""turbo-charge the adoption rate for subscription streaming" as music streaming revenue rises while digital downloads falter.