Walmart will launch streaming service on Vudu

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppCan Walmart compete with Amazon? Walmart announced this week that they will launch their own streaming service, through Vudu, to compete with Amazon and Netflix. Vudu is a Walmart-owned platform that allows consumers to purchase and watch videos and television shows — it’s essentially like a video store in your home.  But now, they want to bring streaming services onto Vudu to attract more consumers and take away potential users from Netflix and Amazon. According to reports, the new Vudu could cost less than $8,…

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The Biggest Free Agent Left on the Market: Shams Charania

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppIf you are a basketball fanatic who likes to stay in the loop with all the latest free agency signings and trades, chances are you have heard of Shams Charania. Shams is one of the most coveted reporters in all of sports, and he recently announced that he would be leaving Yahoo Sports after three years with the platform. Shams Charania will be leaving Yahoo at the end of the month, making him a free agent pic.twitter.com/00wxbbIZUR — Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) July 18, 2018 Yahoo…

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Study Finds Link Between ADHD and Digital Media Use

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppTo the untrained eye, the excessive use of mobile phones in the contemporary age seems harmless. To the Journal of the American Medical Association, however, this belief may not exactly be accurate. A study conducted by the accredited medical journal states that there may be a direct relationship between digital media use and the prevalence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Scientists at the University of Southern California have been researching this topic for two years, using 2,500 high school students from Los Angeles as the subjects.…

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Disney Wins Fox, Comcast Backs Down

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppIn the battle for 21st Century Fox’s assets, Disney has defeated Comcast. Earlier today, Comcast announced that it will no longer bid against Disney. A month ago, after a federal court approved AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner, Comcast quickly made a $65 billion all-cash bid for the same Fox assets that Disney was after. Disney then raised its bid to $71 billion, and it seemed pretty clear that Fox wanted Disney to win this war. Last month, the U.S. Justice Department also approved Disney’s attempt…

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Cambridge Analytica Reportedly Accessed Russian Data

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppAccording to British Parliament member Damian Collins, a large amount of data which was gathered by Cambridge Analytica included information accessed from Russia and other countries. Collins told CNN that his investigation regarding online misinformation has found Russian IP addresses on the devices which were responsible for the data gathering. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), Britain’s main data protection office, has aided in Collins’ investigations. ICO made the recent discovery, and Collins was quick to express his concerns regarding their findings. Collins stated: I think…

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