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Hulu will offer a “selection” of free content on mobile devices

If you're currently watching Hulu on a mobile device you have a Plus subscription. And while the company is not planning to open the doors entirely, they have announced plans to offer some free content on mobile devices. The specifics remain a mystery at the moment, however Hulu did say this was coming in the "summer" and that it would include "a selection of ad-supported full TV episodes on mobile devices."

HBO content heading to Amazon Prime Instant Video

Amazon Prime members will soon be able to watch HBO. Announced just this morning, a new partnership between Amazon and HBO will make "Prime Instant Video the exclusive online-only subscription home for select HBO programming." Prime members will be able to begin streaming on May 21st, and Fire TV users can also look forward to getting an HBO GO app.

Samsung Milk Music will soon milk users for ad-free subsistence

Some things are just too good to last, as some say. While Samsung surprise of a music streaming service may now be currently be free, both from price and from ads, that might not be the case in the very near future. Samsung has not so subtly revealed that there will be an ad-free Music Milk subscription that, of course, means that free users will start to see ads pretty soon.

MLB.TV now streaming to Chromecast

The latest streaming addition for Chromecast has been announced, and this one is arriving just in time for the beginning of the 2014 Major League Baseball season. Simply put, MLB.TV subscribers will be able to stream to Chromecast.

Sonos update adds Google Play Music support

Google Play Music support has arrived on Sonos this morning. The support will be available for those using the Android app, as well as the controller app on a desktop. And interestingly, you'll also be able to stream Play Music (to a Sonos setup) direct from the Play Music app in the same way you have been streaming to a Chromecast.
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