AT&T to launch new streaming service, Samsung's new phone has four rear cameras
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The CEO of Warner Media, John Stankey, says the company will launch a streaming video service in the fourth quarter of next year.
Warner Media was formerly known as Time Warner Inc and is now a division of AT&T.
Stankey says that the unnamed service will include HBO content as well as new and library offers.
Warner Media owns a bunch of content companies like HBO, Warner Brothers, and DC Comics.
Live video streaming from channels like CNN are not planned for the initial rollout, but could come in the future.
Stankey said that Warner Media streaming service should cost more than On HBO Now, which is $15 per month.
Pricing will be announced closer to the launch.
Sure Google just introduced two new Pixels, but now it's Samsung's turn.
The company just introduced the Samsung Galaxy A9, which includes four rear cameras.
Next to them is a fingerprint sensor.
The front of the device features a 6.3 inch AMOLED screen.
Samsung packs some powerful components inside.
With up to 8 GB of Ram and 128 GB of storage, the Galaxy 89 is not a top tier phone for Samsung So uses a mid-range processor, the phone arrives in November.
Apple's got a new deal with Lyrics database Genius, the partnership works both ways.
If you go to the Genius site you'll be able to play samples of songs using Apple Music, if you're on Apple.
Music subscriber, you'll be able to listen to the entire song from the site.
Over on Apple Music, you'll find Genius providing lyrics to thousands of songs.
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