Tech Bytes: "Movies Anywhere," Kindle Anniversary

October 12, 2017 06:05 AM

In today's Tech Bytes, four major Hollywood studios are joining our parent company, Disney, in launching the "Movies Anywhere" service today. Using a free app and website, users can now access more than 7,300 movies from Disney, Fox, Sony, Universal, and Warner Brothers through their televisions, computers, and mobile devices.

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Amazon is celebrating 10 years of its Kindle E-reader with its first waterproof version and its largest ever, 7-inch screen. The new Kindle "Oasis" also features a bigger battery providing up to six weeks of reading time. Prices for the new bathtub-ready Kindle start at $250.

Nintendo appears to be leaving clues about a new Game Boy: Classic edition. A trademark has been filed in japan, featuring a picture of the original console, although it does not mention "Game Boy Classic" by name. It does cover certain programs and storage for electronic game machines.


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