This week Microsoft pulled the wraps off Project xCloud, the video game streaming service they’ve been teasing. Amazon announced a new low-cost 4k streaming stick of their own, and it’s got a leg up on the Roku we discussed last week. YouTube TV’s DVR received a welcome update that might be enough to move it to the top of many viewers’ list’s. There’s also a new Chromecast. On the surface, it sounds like a minor update, but it’s got one new feature that has Josh really excited!
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- Google Mini and Black Bean (Short) and Google Mini and Black Bean (Long)
- The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy
- Project xCloud is Microsoft’s Game Streaming Service
- Amazon’s latest Fire TV Stick offers 4K for $50
- Fire TV Stick 4K with all-new Alexa Voice Remote, streaming media player
- YouTube TV’s DVR feature is now a lot more powerful
- Five reasons (and two colors) why we love the new Chromecast
- This Week’s Deals With Gold And Spotlight Sale
- PS Plus Specials
- Xbox Live Games With Gold For October 2018
- PlayStation Plus: Free Games for October 2018
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