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Listen to Trey Songz & Chris Brown's "Dangerous" By Clip Syndicate Virginia born singers Chris Brown and Trey Songz are preparing to embark on the "Between The Sheets" joint tour next year, and tonight they continue to drop new music to get fans ready. "Dangerous" is an original song, as opposed to their remakes of popular songs like "Tuesday" and "Made Me," with the two singers using their wildly different approaches to R&B on an EDM-esque beat. The song does show the chemistry between the two singers, killing any doubt that naysayers may have had, while giving their fans another reason to see them join forces on stage in a few weeks.

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Nielsen to Measure Netflix Viewing By Clip Syndicate Even as Netflix and other streaming-video providers have expanded to reach 40% of American homes, they have largely remained black boxes. They have refused to share data on how many viewers watch TV shows on their services, and there has been little independent data. Next month, that will change, when Nielsen begins measuring viewership of TV on subscription online video services for the first time.

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Sony Is Launching Its Own Internet TV Service, PlayStation Vue, In Early 2015 By Clip Syndicate Sony is the latest contender to throw its hat into the content streaming ring after it announced plans for PlayStation Vue, a cloud-based service that includes programming from 75 channels. PlayStation Vue will be able available for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The TV service, which Sony said will initially be available in an invite-only beta starting in New York this month, will include content from the likes of CBS, Fox, NBCUniversal and others. ...Read More »
Comcast Says Time Warner Deal Going 'full Steam Ahead' By Clip Syndicate Comcast Corporation's merger with Time Warner Cable Incoporated is going "full steam ahead," despite uncertainty around new rules governing net neutrality. That's according to Comcast Chief Executive Officer Brian Roberts, who spoke to reporters on Wednesday. At a Comcast press event in San Francisco, Roberts said the deal, which would create the largest U.S. cable Internet provider, is in its final phases and remains on track to close. Shares in both companies fell sharply on Monday, after President Barack Obama declared that Internet service providers should be regulated like public utilities--touching off protests from cable and telecoms companies.

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'Homeland' Coming Back for Another Season on Showtime By Clip Syndicate Homeland may be testing our ability to suspend disbelief these days, but it's still damn good TV. And the latter fact has prompted Showtime to cue up yet another season of the Claire Danes hit. More surprisingly, they also ordered a second season of The Affair , which although critically acclaimed, debuted to a soft 500,000 viewers. ...Read More »
Please And Carrots Debuts Subscription-Based Toys, Expert Advice For New Parents By Clip Syndicate Busy parents who don’t have the time to shop for the best developmentally-appropriate and educationally-focused toys for their little ones now have a new option. A company called Please and Carrots is today launching a subscription-based toy company that sends a quarterly box of toys to parents of children from 0 to 3 years old, which includes only those items that have been curated and approved by a team of child psychologist and educators. ...Read More »
Time Warner Cable Profit Drops By Clip Syndicate Time Warner Cable Incorporated, still awaiting regulatory approval for its deal to be bought by larger peer Comcast Corporation, said its third-quarter profit fell 6%--missing Wall Street expectations as the company lost subscribers. Time Warner Cable’s results have been buoyed recently by higher subscriber numbers for broadband Internet service.

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HBO Explores The 'How' Of Streaming Option By Clip Syndicate Time Warner Incorporated’s HBO is exploring various routes to offer consumers a stand-alone streaming video service, including as an add-on to broadband packages or through technology partners such as Apple Incorporated, Microsoft Corporation, and Amazon.com Incoporated, according to people familiar with the matter. ...Read More »
Lady Gaga Buys $23 Million Malibu Mansion With A Batcave--Yeah, You Read That Right! By Clip Syndicate To the Batcave, Little Monsters! Lady Gaga has dropped a cool $23 million on a Malibu mega-mansion fit for Mother Monster herself. The home features a massive 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, saltwater swimming pool and, oh yes, a subterranean "batcave." The batcave can be accessed through a, well, not-so-secret passageway in the living room—and in reality, the "cave" is a tricked-out recreational space with a 1960s-style bowling alley and basketball free-throw machines. ...Read More »
Alabama-Texas A&M Part III Lacks Hype Not Appeal By Clip Syndicate No team has given Alabama's stout defenses more fits than Texas A&M lately. The matchups have produced memorable, down-to-the-wire games the past two seasons, and even a shootout. Yes, involving Alabama. The 21st-ranked Aggies' visit to the seventh-ranked Crimson Tide on Saturday still presents an appealing matchup of high-powered offense against stingy defense, even with 'Bama nemesis Johnny Manziel now in the NFL. ...Read More »

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