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LONDON (Reuters) - Sports streaming service DAZN said on Thursday its subscribers would be able to receive Eurosport in Germany and three other European countries after a deal with the channel's owner Discovery.
Microsoft's Xbox is encouraging players to extend paid Xbox Live Gold subscriptions by up to three years in order to make the most of an upgrade offer for the new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate scheme.
NEW YORK: An expected interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve later this month is pushing yield-oriented U.S. fund managers further afield in search of income at attractive prices.
(Reuters) - A man in a pink shirt and jeans is seen hitting out at people with a stick over the barrier of a train's passenger gantry. In the next moment, he runs at the camera and starts hitting the person behind it.
ByteDance is venturing into AI-generated music, hiring the staff of a London-based startup after buying some of its intellectual property assets.
NEW YORK: The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether big technology companies are engaged in anticompetitive behaviour, addressing a rising tide of criticism they have become too powerful to the detriment of consumers
WHILE water supply to households in numerous parts of Klang Valley has resumed with intermittent or constant supply following disruptions over the past week, consumers in certain areas are now dealing with another related problem: dirty and putrid water streaming out of their taps.
The woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn’t see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to some homes, he didn’t hesitate.
Matthew George and his girlfriend, Lauren Biller, had made up their minds: Doctor Strange was the movie they wanted to watch. Instead of buying DVDs and storing them on a shelf, Biller and millions of other people subscribe to video streaming services that bring films right to their television, computer, phone or other device.
YouTube videos featuring young children drew nearly triple the average viewership of the platform's other content, according to research released on July 25 that provided ammunition for child advocates who want Alphabet Inc to take more aggressive steps to make its streaming service safer for kids.