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CBS launches 'All Access' streaming subscription without the need for cable

CBS has unveiled a new subscription service for consumers who simply wish to stream their favorite shows via the Internet, without the need to have an active cable subscription. The broadcaster's announcement follows HBO revealing similar plans. The CBS All Access service will set viewers back $5.99 a month.

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Apple's Event channel is now live on Apple TV for today's iPad and Mac event

Apple will be streaming today's event and you'll be able to sit back and enjoy the show in a number of ways. Available for everyone is the main stream portal on Apple's website, which will go live as the event kicks off, but should you own the Apple TV, it will also be possible to catch the show while relaxing in front of the big screen.

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Beats' Iovine happy with free publicity from NFL ban

Despite a ban from the NFL as a result of an exclusive sponsorship with headphone-maker Bose, Beats still got the beats. A recent debacle involving 49ers Colin Kaepernick's $10,000 fine for wearing Beats hasn't hurt the company in the slightest, and Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine is happy with the media coverage amounting to roughly $2.14 million in free publicity.

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Reddit takes Alien Blue in-house as official iOS app

Reddit now has an official iOS app again. The company has acquired the Alien Blue app along with its creator Jase Morrissey. Despite having its own official app, Reddit says that it is still committed to third-party apps that tap into its community and discussions. The Alien Blue app will continue to keep its name and Reddit will make the iPhone and iPad versions free.

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Leaked memo suggests Panera Bread will start accepting Apple Pay on Oct. 20

Good news for those eager to take advantage of Apple Pay: 9to5Mac had obtained a leaked internal memo from Panera Bread that points to Monday, October 20th as the launch date for Apple's new mobile payment platform.

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AT&T reportedly stops selling Beats Music subscriptions

If you're a Beats Music subscriber, as well as an AT&T customer, this news may be a little disheartening. AT&T is no longer offering an add-on package that provided customers with a Beats Music subscription that comes with an extended 90-day trial period.

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Christian Bale might be hanging up the batcape to play Steve Jobs

Variety is reporting today that Christian Bale is in talks to play Steve Jobs in Aaron Sorkin's upcoming biopic on the Apple co-founder. The film is based on Walter Isaacson's 2011 biography, simply titled "Steve Jobs."

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HBO will start streaming shows without cable in 2015

HBO will finally give many people what they have been requesting for years; a way to access their movies and TV shows like Game of Thrones without a cable TV subscription. That's the word from HBO CEO Richard Plepler, who revealed today at an investor conference that it will offer a "stand alone, over the top" streaming service sometime in 2015.

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Samsung achieves download speeds of 7.5 Gbps in super-fast 5G test

The world is currently rolling out 4G, but already some parties are looking at what 5G could bring to consumers. Samsung has been testing out its own infrastructure for the next generation of wireless and the company has been able to achieve jaw-dropping data transfer speeds using high frequency signal.

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Amazon announces free same-day collection for Prime members in the UK

Amazon UK has today announced a new same-day collection service, available free for Prime subscribers. The online retail giant will allow Prime members to have a package delivered to a chosen collection point within 12 hours, part of its Click & Collect service. If you're not a Prime member, you'll have to part with £4.99 for the luxury.

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