That new ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ series is hitting Netflix

 That Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot you backed last year – you remember the one, right? Jonah Ray, Felicia Day and Patton Oswalt all signed on and you threw your … Continue Reading →


Weekly Roundup: Elon Musk’s master plan, Peter Thiel speaks at RNC and iPhone 7 leak

 History was made this week in tech as Peter Thiel wowed the crowd at the RNC, Elon Musk exposed Master Plan Part Deux and we saw yet another iPhone 7 … Continue Reading →


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Watch These Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Defenders Teasers Now

Marvel’s television panel led with Mike Colter’s Luke Cage, but it also teased the upcoming expansion of the Netflix street-level universe. The post Watch These Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and … Continue Reading →


Netflix’s overseas problem: still too expensive and still not enough content

 Netflix has an overseas problem. The company’s share price plunged 15 percent week after it reported poorer than expected user growth numbers. Read More


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Netflix Added Way Fewer US Subscribers Than Anyone Expected

Netflix’s path to a complete takeover now seems bumpy—especially in its own market at home. The post Netflix Added Way Fewer US Subscribers Than Anyone Expected appeared first on WIRED.


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Netflix Added Disappointingly Few US Subscribers These Past Few Months

Netflix’s path to a complete takeover now seems bumpy—especially in its own market at home. The post Netflix Added Disappointingly Few US Subscribers These Past Few Months appeared first on … Continue Reading →


Netflix falls 15% after missing subscriber expectations

 Netflix reported earnings after the bell on Monday, seeing its shares quickly tumble 15% in after-hours trading after missing the mark on subscriber growth. In the second quarter of the … Continue Reading →


Netflix launches Flixtape so you can make ‘mixtapes’ of your favorites movies and shows

 Just in time for the weekend, Netflix today announced the launch of a new service called Flixtape, which the company describes as a way to make short playlists of your … Continue Reading →



A court ruled that it could be a federal crime to share your Netflix password

 Last week the U.S Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion that an employee acted “without authorization” when he used a old coworker’s login (with their permission) to gain … Continue Reading →


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Comcast’s Netflix Deal Could Open a New Front in Net Neutrality War

You can now use Netflix with Comcast’s TV service. And that could make the set-top box the next front in the battle to keep the Internet truly neutral. The post … Continue Reading →


Audible’s new Channels audio content subscription service is a bet on a voice-powered future

 Amazon-owned Audible announced a new service called Channels today, one that differs from its typical audiobook business in offering more bite-size content from original content producers, as well as recordings of … Continue Reading →


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WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Peaky Blinders

Its premise—period gangster drama—might sound a little been-there-watched-that, but you should binge this wonderfully pulpy series anyway. The post WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Peaky Blinders appeared first on WIRED.


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The Best Things Coming to Netflix in July (Lethal Weapon FTW)

BoJack’s third season, a classic science-fiction trilogy, and Tina Fey’s best screenplay are all on the streaming service this month. The post The Best Things Coming to Netflix in July … Continue Reading →


The hidden risks of the bot explosion

 Gartner has predicted that by 2018, a full 30 percent of our interactions with technology will be through “conversations” with smart machines. Major players such as Microsoft, Facebook and Google … Continue Reading →