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Netflix is giving its Internet video subscribers a more discreet way to recommend movies and TV shows to their Facebook friends after realizing most people don’t want to share their viewing habits with large audiences.
Verizon, the country’s fourth-largest home internet service provider, sent a letter to Netflix on Thursday, telling it to stop blaming Verizon for bad video quality or face a lawsuit.
In a move to spur sales of the Xbox One and catch up with rival Sony’s PlayStation 4, Microsoft says it will start selling the console without the Kinect sensor, which cuts $100 from the price.
Beginning on Friday, Netflix is raising its internet video prices by $1 per month for new customers and giving its current U.S. subscribers a two-year break from the higher rates.
Netflix will pay Verizon Communications to help clear up some of the congestion that has been bogging down its Internet video service.
Netflix is preparing a sequel that’s unlikely to be a hit with subscribers. The video service is about to raise its prices for the first time in three years to help pay for more programming.
Netflix has reached a deal with Comcast to ensure that its content is streamed smoothly to homes, the first deal the online video service has reached with an internet provider.
Netflix is coming to the rescue of “Star Wars” fans left in limbo by the abrupt cancellation of “The Clone Wars,” an animated television series that embellishes the sci-fi saga.
Netflix is reprogramming the way its internet video subscription service appears on millions of television screens in an attempt to hook viewers for even longer periods.
“Breaking Bad,” the brutal, drug-fueled saga of an everyman’s ambition turned evil, captured its first best drama Emmy Award on Sunday, denying the online series “House of Cards” a history-making honor.
With 14 Emmy nominations, the once little mail order provider turned online streaming network, Netflix, has officially made it to the big leagues. Its original productions of “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development” are up against top cable shows including “Game of Thrones” and “The Newsroom” from HBO and “House of Lies” from Showtime.