A wildly unpopular phrase has been uttered by the popular streaming service, and that is 'price increases', as the company announced that starting today its price plans will be bumped up by up to $2.
If you can't wait for the second season of Stranger Things and need your 1984-ish fix, you're in luck as Bonus XP and Netflix just launched an 8-bit game based on the critically acclaimed series.
Disney has announced its plan to pull all Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix, as the two end negotiations. Disney announced last month that it intends to launch its own streaming service in 2019.
Today, T-Mobile announced its next Un-carrier movement by bundling a Netflix subscription for free for its customers using family plans. The subscription will be available starting from September 12.
With the device from Samsung just over a week away, Netflix has added HDR-streaming support for the Galaxy Note8 alongside the Sony Xperia XZ1 to a growing list of devices, which includes the LG G6.
Netflix's Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarados, has announced that the company will increase content spending by a further $1 billion next year - raising the total to a huge $7 billion.
Video streaming has barely had any countermeasures for buffering but, it seems that MIT CSAIL's 'Pensieve' system might be able to fix that. It applies neural networks to adjust the stream's quality.
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Disney made it known that it was starting its own streaming service in 2019 and withdrawing its films from Netflix. Now, the latter is attempting to negotiate a deal to retain selected movies.
Disney will pull its movies from Netflix, effectively ending its streaming deal with the service in 2019. Instead, it will launch its own streaming services for movies and TV shows, starting in 2018.
The publishing house behind the superhero Kick-Ass has been acquired by the streaming service, Netflix. The acquisition of Millarworld marks the first time Netflix has ever acquired another company.
The debate on net neutrality heats up as Congress sends an invite to a multitude of tech CEOs. They are expected to testify on the matter as well as Title II classifications enacted by Obama in 2015.
The US network has been accused of capping the speeds of its users when watching YouTube, Netflix, and the like. The company called it a temporary test for a new "video optimization" system.
Netflix handily beat analysts' expectations of 3.2 million subscribers, adding 5.2 million new customers in the second quarter of 2017. The company's stock is up more than 10% in after-hours trading.
Three has announced 'Go Binge' which will allow customers to stream TV and music from various sources, including Netflix, without using up their data allowance. No pricing was announced.
Netflix has become the third streaming provider, following Amazon and Vudu, to add support for Dolby Atmos, however as well as needing a receiver that supports it, you'll also need an Xbox One/S.
Netflix is testing a way to get the word out on more of its content offerings through personalized advertisements that will be added to the start of any video content you're about to watch.
Netflix today launched its first-ever interactive title named Puss in Boots: Trapped in an Epic Tale. Unfortunately, it can only be interacted with on iOS, some Smart TVs, game consoles, and Roku.
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If you own an LG G6 and have been waiting to access to Netflix's library of Dolby Vision content, the time has finally arrived. The update has begun rolling out in waves and is now available to all.
Netflix has announced that a TV show based on the popular 'The Witcher' franchise is being developed. It will stay true to the source material and themes of the books that the games are based on .
Netflix's latest Android app is no longer supporting rooted devices. Anyone with a rooted device will be told by the Play Store their device is incompatible, but there's a way around it.
Netflix bumped up the prices of all its tiers over the weekend for select customers in Australia. The nature of the test hasn't been disclosed but it could be related to the country's Netflix tax.
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Samsung is hoping to attract more buyers to its Galaxy S8 flagships by offering them a free six-month Netflix subscription, 64GB microSD EVO+ card, and a Clear View Standing Cover.
The hacker who leaked Season 5 of Orange Is the New Black is apparently in possession of 36 other shows and movies, which he intends to release unless a ransom is paid by the targeted companies.
NVIDIA has revealed that users with GeForce GTX 1050 or higher and an HDCP 2.2 capable monitor can now view Netflix's 4K content on Microsoft Edge or the official Netflix app on Windows 10.
A hacker going by the name "The Dark Overlord" has released episodes from the upcoming season of "Orange Is the New Black" after his ransom demand on Twitter was ignored by Netflix.
Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, has revealed the various challenges faced by game developers in recent times due to the rapid pace of innovation. He also has some ideas on how to solve them.
Netflix introduced its 'Download & Go' feature for other platforms last year - but now, it's finally updated its Windows 10 app to allow users to download its movies and TV shows for offline viewing.
Netflix has unveiled a few more details about its captioning and translation platform called Hermes. Specifically, there is information pertaining to the process of admission and required tests.
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Assassin's Creed's head of content has confirmed that a TV show based on Ubisoft's popular franchise is in development. It's not yet known if it will be a live-action outing or an animated one.
Netflix's familiar star rating system is soon being retired in favor of a new thumbs up, thumbs down method. The company announced that the changes are set to roll out in the coming weeks.
Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt announced the company is exploring re-cutting some of its original programming to optimize the viewing experience on mobile devices such as tablets and phones.
The head of Nintendo of America has addressed some of the criticism lobbed at the company's new Switch console, specifically the lack of launch titles and missing entertainment apps.
The European Commission has proposed new rules under which citizens of the Union will be able to skirt geo-blocking and use their online subscriptions anywhere in the 28-nation bloc.
A large number of technology companies have come out in support of immigrants, which enrich the economy and the society they reside in, according to the companies' brief filed with the courts.
A patent troll company called BlackBird Technologies has taken Netflix to court after it contended that its offline download feature introduced back in November was in violation of a patent it owned.
After introducing the ability to download movies and TV shows for offline viewing last year, Netflix has announced that it is now allowing Android users to store downloaded content on SD cards.