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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to talk turnaround plan Tuesday

Yahoo's embattled CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to lay out her strategy for reviving the Sunnyvale Internet giant and counter an unhappy investor during Tuesday's third-quarter earnings report. Mayer is expected to provide more information about her acquisitions strategy and cost-cutting Read More →

HBO to offer standalone streaming service

HBO fans rejoice: You soon won't have to have a pay TV subscription -- or your parent's HBO Go login -- to watch the premium cable channel. Starting next year, HBO will offer its HBO Go streaming service as a standalone Read More →

Netflix raises prices on 4K videos

You may have paid a premium to get a new 4K television set; now Netflix thinks you should pay extra to watch 4K videos. The streaming media giant is now requiring new customers who want access to its library of ultra-high definition television shows Read More →

Netflix goes Hollywood with ‘Crouching Tiger’ deal

Coming next year to Netflix and possibly an Imax theater near you: the sequel to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." At. The. Same. Time. That's right, Netflix is changing the entertainment game again with its deal with The Weinstein Co. (TWC), which Read More →

Apple denies Beats Music shutdown, but other changes may be coming

Contradicting a report from Tech Crunch, Apple said Monday it's not shuttering its recently acquired Beats Music service. But that doesn't mean that the iPhone maker doesn't have other changes planned for the subscription song company. Citing unnamed sources, Tech Crunch Read More →

Tech Files outtakes: Apple’s new openness has its limits

As I mentioned in today's column, one of the best things about iOS 8, Apple's newly updated operating system for iPhones and iPads, is the degree to which Apple has opened the software up to users and app makers. But Apple's Read More →
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