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    Netflix’s Gain is Pay Cable’s Loss

    A new study has given subscription cable channels a reason to panic. Thanks in large part to its focus on original programming and entire seasons of series, streaming service Netflix is growing. At the same time, subscriptions to premium channels are dwindling. The Study While Variety pointed...
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    LG Curved Smartphone to Hit Stores January 31

    The first wave of curved smartphones is here, but will consumers be willing to pay $300 for the novelty? Sold by Sprint, the LG G Flex will go on sale January 31st in America, and the $300 price tag is only available with a two-year contract. Slight Curve The phone was previewed at this year's...
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    Renting a Redbox DVD? Get All Your Rentals Free

    Leaving the house to rent a DVD may seem like an outdated concept, but Redbox's low prices still make it a great option for cash-strapped families. But with rentals now costing $1.20 a night per movie, frequent renters could find the costs adding up. Free Rentals When it comes to getting...
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    Netflix Members to Lose More Than 85 Titles Today

    "Out with the old, in with the new" takes on new meaning today for Netflix members, as more than 85 titles expire. Film titles such as Titanic and Braveheart, as well as TV series like Saturday Night Live: The 2000s and The Kids in the Hall will likely be missing the next time you check your...
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    Netflix Members to Lose More than 85 Titles Today

    "Out with the old, in with the new" takes on new meaning today for Netflix members, as more than 85 titles expire
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