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Internet sites coming back online following massive DNS outage

Internet sites coming back online following massive DNS outage

Something's up with the internet today, and it's not your connection. Dozens of sites across the web are currently offline or experiencing issues, including Steam, Amazon, HBO Max, and more.

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Try 3 months of HBO Max for the price of 1 when buying a new Chromecast

Try 3 months of HBO Max for the price of 1 when buying a new Chromecast

The Google Store has been bundling 6 months of Netflix with a $90 Chromecast with Google TV package — why not do the same with HBO Max? Well, it just did. Sort of.

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AT&T juices up its most expensive wireless plan with one key advantage over T-Mobile

AT&T juices up its most expensive wireless plan with one key advantage over T-Mobile

AT&T is going to bat for its high-flying, high-paying customers by boosting several amenities in its Unlimited Elite service plan and International Day Pass for data needs while traveling. These upgrades bring the carrier into line with what T-Mobile offers for its top-tier subscribers.

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HBO Max is offering a 50% discount to those who sign up in new regions

HBO Max is offering a 50% discount to those who sign up in new regions

HBO Max is spreading rapidly, in both width and breadth. After introducing (very slightly) cheaper plans with advertising, the service is expanding to a ton of new markets today. According to a press release, the streaming movie and TV service is coming to "39 territories across Latin America and the Caribean." Unfortunately it didn't say precisely which countries and territories those actually were, but that should cover almost everyone living south of the United States.

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HBO Max now lets you save a little money by watching a lot of commercials

HBO Max now lets you save a little money by watching a lot of commercials

With a backlog of HBO original programming, Time Warner movies and television properties, and a year's worth of Warner Bros. theater releases, HBO Max ain't a bad deal at $15 a month. But if that's outside your budget, the streaming service will get a cheaper option soon. Reports say that starting in June, you'll be able to watch most of its content for $9.99 a month, with frequent interruptions for commercials.

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Ad-supported HBO Max is coming in June

Ad-supported HBO Max is coming in June

HBO Max has made an impressive splash in the extremely competitive streaming video market. But at $15 a month, it's among the most expensive choices that don't include extras like live broadcast TV. Today parent company AT&T announced that as of June, it's going to start offering an ad-supported (and presumably less expensive) version of HBO Max.

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HBO Max is getting more living-room friendly with Android TV and Chromecast enhancements

HBO Max is getting more living-room friendly with Android TV and Chromecast enhancements

HBO Max first launched nearly a year ago, bringing the majority of Time Warner Media's catalog under one roof with select high-profile shows and movies from other companies. The service is likely seeing a boost in subscribers, thanks to all the movies Warner Bros. is releasing on HBO Max (alongside limited theatrical runs), and now there are some improvements in store for TV watching.

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YouTube TV's new Entertainment Plus package offers bundle deal for these popular channels

YouTube TV's new Entertainment Plus package offers bundle deal for these popular channels

Google’s YouTube TV offers over 85 live television channels in its basic $65/month subscription tier, but the company has been experimenting with specialized add-ons to offer consumers more choices. The Sports Plus add-on was introduced last year, and now Google is debuting Entertainment Plus — a bundle of three popular networks that could save you up to $60 a year.

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HBO Max adds 4K support right in time for Wonder Woman 1984 (APK Download)

HBO Max adds 4K support right in time for Wonder Woman 1984 (APK Download)

Last month, HBO announced that Wonder Woman 1984 would debut on its HBO Max streaming service on December 25, the same day it will open in US movie theaters. The film will also be the first title to be available in 4K on the platform. Now, right in time for the movie's launch, HBO is rolling out support for 4K UHD and HDR on select Android devices.

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Warner Bros. will release new movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max

Warner Bros. will release new movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has led to many public venues closing or operating at reduced capacity, including movie theaters. Some studios have experimented with releasing films on streaming services instead of theatrical releases, occasionally causing fights with theater companies, and now Warner Bros. has announced all of its 2021 films will be released on HBO Max at the same time as they debut in theaters.

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