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HBO gunning for cord-cutters with online service, but not yet for Canada

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Viewers have spoken and HBO has listened. The popular cable network announced yesterday that it will create a cable-free online service for customers in the USA. This means consumers no longer need to subscirbe to expensive cable packages that bundle a bunch of channels they aren't interested in just so they can watch Game of Thrones or True Detective.

"That is a large and growing opportunity that should no longer be left untapped," HBO's CEO Richard Plepler said. "It is time to remove all barriers to those who want HBO."

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Spotify now officially available in Canada, 20 million songs at your fingertips

Long awaited music streaming service Spotify is now officially available in Canada and accessible through mobile devices and the web. Boasting a 20 million song library on demand and various curated radio stations and seamless listening experience. Hit jump for all the details and the official release.

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Spotify now available in Canada to pre-launch users

The popular Spotify music streaming website service and app is now available to Canadians who signed up for the pre-launch invite codes. Emails to these individuals started coming in today with codes to try the service for free for 30 days. Spotify has 40 million users and 10 million paid subscribers worldwide. 


Netflix for Android supports your binge watching with new update

Watching Netflix on your Android device before wasn’t conducive for binge-watching sessions. Now, Netflix wants to support your habits with a new “post-play” feature. After each TV show episode, the app will now automatically queue up the next episode on your smartphone or tablet and start playback after 15 seconds, unless you pause or stop the app that is. Tablet users have the additional feature of getting three movie recommendations after finishing one flick.

According to Netflix, post-play will make its way to Chromecast in the coming months. However, for Android phones, tablets, and Amazon Kindle Fire devices running Android 4.0 or greater, you can download the app from Google Play now.

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