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June 3- CBS Corp said its Showtime network will start streaming programs on Apple Inc devices on July 12, coinciding with the new seasons of "Masters of Sex" and " Ray Donovan." Showtime, which now offers programs online only to subscribers to its cable packages, will charge $10.99 per month for the streaming service. The launch of standalone streaming services- those...
June 3- CBS Corp said television network Showtime will premiere its online streaming service on Apple Inc's devices on July 12. Showtime's service is priced at $10.99 per month, while HBO Now costs $14.99. The Showtime streaming service can be used to view programs such as "Masters of Sex," "Shameless" and "Homeland.
June 3- Apple Inc said it is recalling some Beats Pill XL portable wireless speakers due to a fire hazard caused by overheating batteries. The iPhone maker will recall about 222,000 speakers in the United States and about 11,000 in Canada, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Wednesday. Apple said it will issue store credit or a refund worth $325...
There were eight reports of the speaker's battery overheating, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday. They can also elect to receive Apple Store credit for the same amount. Beats, which also makes headphones and has a streaming music service, was bought last year by Apple Inc. for $3 billion.
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June 3- Apple Inc said it is recalling Beats Pill XL portable wireless speakers due to a fire hazard from overheating batteries. The iPhone maker will recall about 222,000 speakers in the United States and about 11,000 in Canada, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Wednesday. Apple has received eight reports of overheating speakers, the CPSC said...
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