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Did the new Arrested Development make a huge mistake?

Arrested Development (Fox 2003-2006, Netflix 2013) is back. Cancelled seven years ago after three critically-acclaimed-but-ratings-poor seasons, the show's fourth season finally premiered on Netflix Sunday and, in addition to being an extremely funny season of television, it's probably the best example yet of how Netflix is changing what television looks like.

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6 TV season (or series) finales worth streaming

With the TV season ending now is a great time to catch up with shows that are ending their run or just coming to the end of remarkable seasons. Here are five finale's from this year's May sweeps that are worth your time along with where you can catch up with earlier episodes.

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The Xbox One will unite your living room

Microsoft has removed the veil from its next-generation console. Arriving later in 2013, the Xbox One comes packaged with a new version of the Kinect.

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ABC adds live-streaming to its iOS app, but won't cut the cord

ABC is updating its iOS app this week to support live streaming of shows, including programming from local stations, but the service comes at a price.

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Twitter locking down deals to stream TV content

Twitter is reportedly making moves to stream video content.

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4K TVs off to a slow start, but next year looks promising

Prices on 4K televisions are dropping and content is becoming easier to create and deliver, which will amount to an uptick in sales of 4K sets in 2014.

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End of free TV as you know it may be on the horizon

New York networks threaten to stop broadcasts if streaming service Aereo isn't shut down.

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Sony aims to take 4K mainstream with $4999 TV, media player, download service

Sony will soon launch 4K TVs far smaller and cheaper than existing models, along with a 4K media player and download service, all aimed at bringing the next-generation TV format into the mainstream.

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Intel hopes to trump cable TV packages with new set-top box

Intel aims to deliver more targeted packages of TV and Internet content at different price points through its upcoming TV set-top box, which the company says will better address user needs than bundles offered by cable TV and satellite companies.

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Verizon's revamped fees could lead to a la carte programming

Verizon wants to negotiate eyeball-based content fees for programming it buys, and customers may get a break out of the deal.

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