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Only 3 major services let you stream live TV over the internet — here's how they compare

Everyone in the tech industry wants your eyeballs. More specifically, a growing number of tech companies want to attract the millions of people who have ditched cable with services that stream live TV channels right over the internet. Alphabet’s YouTube group is the latest to jump into the fray, building on top of its uber-popular video site with a new YouTube TV service.
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