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Video:  You Can Now Pay for That Microsoft Xbox in Bitcoins

You Can Now Pay for That Microsoft Xbox in Bitcoins

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It's now possible to pay for Microsoft products with Bitcoin — just in time for the holidays. Microsoft customers in the United States can use the digital currency to add money to their online accounts and purchase software, apps and games, including those for Xbox consoles — like Xbox Music — and Windows phones or computers. No official announcement had been made at the time of writing about the move to support Bitcoin, but Microsoft did quietly post a how-to guide on its website.

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Video:  Netflix Comes to Cord Havers, Will Be Available on Dish Network's Set-top Boxes

Netflix Comes to Cord Havers, Will Be Available on Dish Network's Set-top Boxes

Netflix has struck its first deal with a major U.S. pay-TV company, bringing its content to Dish Network's set-top box. Bill Holmes, global head of business development at Netflix in said in a release, “As the first major pay-TV provider in the U.S. to add the Netflix app to its set-top box, Dish strengthens an already robust video entertainment experience for its customers.

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Video:  'Clifford the Big Red Dog' Creator Dies at 86

'Clifford the Big Red Dog' Creator Dies at 86

Publisher Scholastic announced Tuesday that Norman Bridwell, the creator of the Clifford the Big Red Dog series, died Dec. 12 in Martha’s Vineyard. No cause of death was given. He was 86. Clifford, Bridwell’s most famous creation, first appeared in 1963 and since then the lovable but troublesome dog has appeared in more than 50 books in 13 languages. Worldwide sales for Clifford the Big Red Dog books exceed 129 million copies.

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Video:  Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson Match Too Perfectly During Friends' Day Out

Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson Match Too Perfectly During Friends' Day Out

On Sunday, these friends wear blue! Kendall Jenner stepped out with a few famous friends Sunday afternoon for a fabulous shopping adventure in the Soho district of New York City. While fans may have had their eyes glued to Cody Simpson and Gigi Hadid's PDA, we couldn't help but notice the group's matching attire. It's all about the denim, guys! The shopping trip comes after Hadid admitted to making significant progress on her gift list.

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Video:  Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 in Threat Against Theaters Showing The Interview; Former Studio Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit

Sony Hackers Invoke 9/11 in Threat Against Theaters Showing The Interview; Former Studio Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit

As if there wasn't enough to feel sorry for Sony over. Along with another clump of stolen files, the group that has claimed responsibility for the hacking that has Hollywood rattled sent a warning message this morning regarding the "Christmas gift" it previously promised to those responsible for the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview. Meanwhile, two former Sony employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against the studio in federal court on behalf of themselves and others "similarly situated," alleging that Sony failed to competently protect their personal information. Among the personal data stolen and leaked by the hackers: Social Security numbers, salary information, health care records, severance package details and many private emails.



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Video:  Apple Defeats iPod Antitrust Lawsuit

Apple Defeats iPod Antitrust Lawsuit

A jury found Apple did not suppress competition in a decade-old antitrust case that was decided on Tuesday. The class-action lawsuit was levied against the company for questionable business practices concerning iPods, according to reports. An eight-person jury came to the verdict after fewer than four hours of deliberating. The bone of contention surrounded Apple's deletion of competing music services' songs from customers' iPods without notifying them. This would have happened between 2007 and 2009, the lawsuit contended.



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