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After weeks of leaks the TiVo Edge has been officially announced. It’s got a lot of great things going for it, but one big downside. Pandora is, in some ways, going back to their roots. The Sonos Move is available. Xbox has teamed up with Spotify to give you six-months of free music. Google Assistant can now control the Xbox One. Sony is feeling pressure in the game streaming marketplace, and Josh breaks down all the free games you can you get this month.
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- TiVo Edge DVR adds Dolby Vision to become the ultimate binge box
- TiVo confirms its customers will soon see ads before DVR recordings
- The Philips Hue HDMI Sync Box is a $230 home theater lighting hub for control freaks
- Pandora’s mobile app gets better personalization and discovery features
- Sonos Move review: Versatility doesn’t come cheap
- Nvidia Shield Released an Upgrade to Help With 4K Streaming Issues
- Xbox Game Pass and Spotify Team Up to Deliver the Ultimate Value in Gaming and Music
- Google Assistant Can Now Control Your Xbox
- Sony slashes PlayStation Now subscription prices worldwide
- Free Video Games in October 2019
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