Free Super Bowl Streaming

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T-Mobile is rolling out mobile money, a free checking account service for its customers.

After being issued debit cards, customers can manage their accounts at the t-mobile store and through the mobile money app on their smart phones. Through the app, customers can upload checks, transfer money to fellow mobile money users, and locate any of the 42 thousand no fee ATM’s offered by the company.

Netflix, now has more U.S. subscribers than HBO! Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says the streaming service is testing new prices, which could be more expensive for you! The potential price hikes are still likely a year away.

A security expert says there’s a bug in Google Chrome software that has the ability to listen to users’s conversations without their permission. When users turn off the mic in Google Chrome, sometimes a “pop-under” window secretly opens up and continues to record conversations. Google is aware of the bug and is working on a fix.

And, tablet owners can now stream the Super Bowl! As you’re getting ready to watch the Broncos take on the Seahawks next Sunday on Fox. You can now stream the game and the half-time show on tablets and desktops for free, thru Fox Sports Go. It’s not available on smart phones.

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