As is so often the case, an update from Plex kicks off the video news. They’ve brought their live TV and DVR functionality to even more platforms. Disney Movies Anywhere has broken up with Microsoft Movies & TV. While that relationship is ending, a beautiful new college romance is budding between Spotify and Hulu. Microsoft unveiled a slew of completely wireless headsets for Xbox and Windows 10 PCs. Apple was also in the news, as you may have heard, with a new 4k Apple TV. Richard will, of course, be getting one, but the more interesting story is what Apple is doing to the pricing model for 4k movies.
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- Plex Adds Live TV to Amazon Fire and Web
- Disney Movies Anywhere drops Microsoft as a partner
- Spotify Premium for Students, now with Hulu
- Xbox One games with keyboard and mouse support are coming soon
- New Xbox Wireless Gaming Headsets from LucidSound, Turtle Beach, and Razer Arrive This Fall
- This Week’s Deals With Gold And Spotlight Sale
- September’s Games with Gold Revealed
- Apple TV 4K lands on September 22nd for $179
- Apple won’t charge extra for 4K movies, upgrades 1080p flicks for free
- Yamaha RX-V383BL 5.1-Channel 4K Ultra HD AV Receiver
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