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[Deal] 2nd gen Google Chromecast w/ 3 months of HBO Now for $25

The 2nd gen #GoogleChromecast has been fairly successful in the market, thanks in part to the popularity of the first generation variant. Well, this attractive HDMI compatible streaming accessory can now be yours for just $25 courtesy of a deal over at eBay. To make the deal even sweeter, Google is offering three months of

[Deal] 2nd gen Chromecast with 3 months of HBO Now for $25

Earlier today, we spoke about a deal on the #Chromecast which was offering customers 3 months of HBO Now for free. Well, an eBay retailer has gone a step further. In addition to the 3 months of HBO Now, the retailer is also waiving $10 on the Chromecast, bringing its cost down to just $25.

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Verizon offering $300 for trade-ins plus free HBO Now subscription

#Verizon has freshly announced a new promo, named the National Trade-In Event wherein eligible devices can be traded-in with the carrier looking to offer as much as $300 in return. In order to be eligible, customers will have to purchase any of the newer crop of smartphones that were released by the carrier. As of now, the

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Spotify Video already showing up on a few devices

#Spotify has long been expected to bring video to its popular music streaming platform. With the company undergoing testing of this feature, some users are apparently seeing video streaming on their app already, suggesting that the company might be ready for a wider release. It is believed that the Android version of the Spotify app

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HBO Now finally gains Chromecast support

Google Chromecast owners were a little disappointed when it was revealed that the recently launched HBO Now streaming service wasn’t compatible. The folks at HBO seem to have heard their complaints as a new update to the app on Android finally enables support for the Google Chromecast. There’s no Android TV support in sight though, but

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HBO Now available on Android and Amazon Fire OS devices starting today

HBO Now was recently announced as an iOS exclusive on mobile. However, the service can now be accessed by Android and Amazon’s Fire OS device owners in the U.S. for $14.99. If you’re unaware about the functioning of HBO Now, it works independently of a cable connection, and all you need is the monthly subscription to start streaming