Tag: streaming

11 awesome legal streaming services that you might not know about. But should.

You know the frustration of sitting down for family movie night, searching Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, but not finding the show you’ve been so excited to watch, right? Well, we thought we’d share some other sites that stream great movies and TV shows — from classics to current content, for kids and adults. And yes, they’re legal! So, before you pay to rent a movie, check out these alternate legal streaming services first. You may just find what you’re looking for. And in the meantime, can someone please invent a tool that searches all our streaming apps at one...

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Tubular ’80s redux alert: Mixxtape brings mixtapes into the Bluetooth era.

The mixtape will just not go away, and that’s just fine by me. In this case, the beloved cassette of the days of yore now comes in form of a new MP3 player called the Mixxtape, courtesy of wildly popular Kickstarter campaign that blew away its funding goals faster than you can say don’t stop believin’. Order now and by the end of the year or so, you’ll be ready to start transferring your music library onto this sweet Bluetooth device that has a built-in LCD display and touch controls, a headphone jack, streaming capabilities, and an internal rechargeable...

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Web Coolness: Star Wars Origami, the Nokia 3310 is back?, and where to stream the Oscar-nominated Best Picture films

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.   This Japanese artist Tadashi Mori shares the coolest origami tutorials. Star Wars, anyone? (via TadashiOrigami on Instagram) This monk is spreading Buddhist philosophy using Twitter. How very 2017. Here’s why Microsoft is one of the most innovative companies of 2017. Where you can stream all the Oscar nominated Best Picture films. How to make your very own stop motion Lego movie. Why you need to a have social media policy for your babysitter.   (Photo via...

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Spotify and Chill on Valentine’s Day with Prince to serenade you

Your Valentine’s Day just got a whole lot more romantic thanks to the official news that Prince is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. Whoo! That’s right, all of his albums can be streamed all day, and… all night. Ahem.  Start off with a little Purple Rain, and then, depending on how your evening goes (aka when the kids finally fall asleep after their day long sugar high), Get Off? We’ll let you take it from here. And if you need more romantic ideas for a date night at home, parents, we’ve got them in spades. Or should we...

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The HopperGO lets you take all your favorite shows with you, no cords, wires, or Internet required | Sponsored Message

This is a sponsored message from DISH HopperGO Ever wish you could take all of your favorite shows on the go, without having to download them all to your mobile device? And watch them without the worry that you won’t have access to WiFi? Well, now you can, thanks to the HopperGO, a pocket DVR that requires absolutely no wires or cords. In fact, you don’t even need an Internet connection to start watching your favorite entertainment. And what’s more, thanks to a very special Cyber Monday deal, you could score the HopperGO for free. Hey, who doesn’t like free? Especially...

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Web Coolness: Bitmoji on Snapchat, Google helps people register to vote, and free data for Pokemon Go players

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web this week. We hope you enjoy them too.   11 family-friendly TV shows that everyone will agree on that you can stream right now. You’ve got to see the winners of the 2016 National Geographic Travel Photography contest. T-Mobile is offering free data to Pokemon Go players. How Pokemon Go could be helping kids with autism.   A smart water bottle! A kitchen gadget everyone is raving about. Do you own one? The first ever fertility tracking bracelet. Wow. Google will now help people register to vote. Awesome! In...

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PBS Kids series will now stream exclusively on Amazon: One more benefit of Prime membership.

Being a total Prime junkie who likes getting the most out of my membership (hello, free shipping + Transparent!) I was excited to learn that now Prime members will get exclusive access to free streaming PBS Kids series. Then I realized oh shoot, my kids have outgrown those series by now. But if yours haven’t, you’re in luck. Basically, Amazon Prime Video will be the only place to find every kids’ favorite streaming PBS series like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Sesame Street, Dinosaur Train, Wild Kratts, Martha Speaks, WordGirl, and our own favorite, Reading Rainbow — so don’t look for them on Netflix or Hulu. You can...

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Web Coolness: Free 4th of July iPhone wallpapers, free Amazon credit, and big changes to Instagram feed

Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web this week.   We love a little geek humor in the New Yorker. Adobe Flash! Update it! Have you? Do it! Now! Ooh, love these fun, festive 4th of July iPhone wallpapers. Plus, they’re free! If you’re hitting the road this summer, you’ll want to bookmark this handy tech packing list. And for a break from screens on vacation, these 26 no-screen car games and activities for kids. Periscope had a big night during the #NoBillNoBreak sit-in.   Here’s how to make sure your photos don’t get deleted off...

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Lights, music, party!

With the warm weather here, I’m spending much more time outside with my family, whether it’s just eating dinner outside or having a few friends over for an impromptu gathering. And to spruce my little outdoor space up a bit, I think I might need to spring for these lights which happen to have built-in speakers too. Cool Mom Tech is a rstyle affiliate.  Related: 4 great speakers for outdoor entertaining, from waterproof to washable Just sync these Bluetooth speaker lights to your smart phone or tablet and you’ll be able to stream your favorite music, no app required. They’re perfect for outdoor use,...

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CINEMOOD brings family entertainment to your wall (or anywhere) in a really cool new way

I love family movie nights, especially on those rare occasions when it takes less than 15 minutes for the kids to agree on what we’re going to watch. So when I heard about a new wireless projector called CINEMOOD that lets you bring family movie night with you anywhere, I was intrigued to say the least. This gadget, which recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, turns any blank wall, ceiling, side of a tent, garage door, basement ceiling (you get the idea) into your own personal theater with about two-hours of completely unplugged battery life. But that’s not all. The reason we thought...

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