Weekly Subscription News: Google, Gaming and Video Piracy

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Weekly Subscription News: Google

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The excitement of the Super Bowl is always anti-climactic. It is the ultimate in professional football, but it also means the end of the NFL season. Fortunately, the groundhog says we have an early spring coming. Before you pack away your winter clothes though, check out what’s on tap in the subscription world this week. Google Photos is testing a subscription for auto-printing your best pix, Switch Online hits 15 million subscribers, and Morning Brew has increased revenue by 333%. Also this week, Direct CBD Online announces a new subscription program, Microsoft shows off the success of Xbox Game Pass, and Sling expands access to free content.

Google Photos Trialing Monthly Subscription to Get Your Best Pictures Auto-printed
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