Spotify-Hulu combo gets a discount, Netflix doubles down on interactive storytelling
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It's now cheaper than ever to bundle Spotify and the ad-supported version of Hulu.
Starting now, Spotify premium members will get Hulu at no additional cost and new members can get both for free for 30 days.
After that it's $10 a month and if you already pay $12 a month for both.
The new discount goes into effect next month.
Firefox send is a new service that lets users send one gigabit size file with no strings attached.
Log in to your Firefox account and you can send up to a 2.5 gigabite file.
The service also allows for Firefox to be hosted for seven days and can be password protected.
There's also an Android app on the way for added support.
And finally, Netflix is said to be doubling down on interactive storytelling in the vein of last year's successful Black Mirror Bandersnatch film.
According to Variety, Netflix will experiment with more genres beyond sci-fi, and introduce the experience to comedies and romances.
It's the start.
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