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These no-cost options free you up from checking Google or your social circle about the latest releases.
If someone's just booted you off their Netflix account, maybe you're one of the many new signups for the streaming giant.
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The change comes after the premiere of a new season of Outlander.
Once the streamer integrates with Showtime in late June, its subscription price will rise.
Subscribers can anticipate new game releases every month in 2023, including titles from Netflix's in-house gaming studio.
Your smart TV is a vector for data privacy exposure -- but these VPNs can help keep your viewing activity hidden from prying eyes.
|Streaming is the present and the future of TV. Netflix started the streaming revolution in 2007 and remains the leader today but numerous other services have become household names too: Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney Plus and more. Meanwhile devices from Roku to Fire TV to smart TVs to your phone and tablet offer those apps and hundreds more, delivering millions of hours of video and a level of choice that traditional cable can't begin to match.|
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