HBO to pull shows off Amazon, the UPS hydrogen truck
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HBO will pull it shows off Amazon streaming service once the deal signed expires in the middle of next year.
Of course, this is a vote of confidence in the channel's own product, HBO NOW.
Comments from HBO's chairman placed Amazon as more of a competitor since the rise assuming media.
And thus removing HBO content from their platform seems more like a no-brainer.
Hulu's live TV service has launched in beta.
Users can now bundle Hulu along with live TV for forty dollars.
That will include over fifty channels and fifty hours of cloud D V R space.
Hulu's live TV offering joins the likes of Playstation view, direct TV now, and Sling TV as cord cutting grows in popularity.
And finally, UPS has unveiled the hydrogen fuel-cell delivery truck, which allows everything inside the vehicle to run off hydrogen gas with the only byproduct being water.
All things considered, the range on the hydrogen truck is estimated to be around 125 miles.
UPS looks to deploy the prototype in Sacramento later this year.
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