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Try PlayOn free for 30 days

This nifty service streams TV shows from tons of sources. Normally the free trial expires after 14 days, but now you can test-drive PlayOn for a month!

By March 31, 2011

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HBO Now launches on Apple TV, Cablevision ahead of 'Game of Thrones'

Premium cable channel launches its direct-to-consumer streaming option for $15 a month before Sunday's season premiere of "Game of Thrones," but you need to be an Apple or Cablevision customer to get it.

By April 7, 2015

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The movies to catch before they go offline soon (and some new releases)

There are lots of free movies out there and they're not on Netflix or Amazon. Also, dragons are headed to Apple TV.

By March 12, 2015

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Apple first to offer HBO's standalone online service

For $14.99 a month, Apple users will be able to tap into HBO Now, the cable channel's new standalone service.

By March 9, 2015

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Plex unveils revamped Roku app, we go hands-on

We took the brand-new Plex for Roku app for a spin and walked away satisfied.

By February 24, 2015

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WPS Office for Windows: Still the best Microsoft Office alternative?

It's still free, thank goodness, but I'm not loving certain changes to the company's model.

By February 12, 2015

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7 great keyboard apps for your Android phone or tablet

You don't have to stick with that preloaded keyboard that comes with your Android gadget. Here are seven alternatives that give your device a boost.

By February 9, 2015

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Magzter vs. Next Issue: What's the best unlimited-magazines service?

Magzter now offers the same "Netflix for magazines" model as Next Issue. But which service delivers a better reading experience, and which is the better deal?

By January 27, 2015

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​Lightroom mobile app now available for Android

Edit, share and synch pictures taken on your Android smartphone with Adobe's photographic companion app.

By January 15, 2015

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Beats Music turns 7 out of 10 free-trial users to paying ones?

The new subscription music service is getting more than 70 percent of free-trial users to pay once the introductory period lapses, according to a Bloomberg report.

By March 20, 2014