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Amazon Prime Video spells disaster for Netflix

Amazon Prime Video spells disaster for Netflix

Amazon just recently announced their plans to allow customers to subscribe to their video streaming service for a monthly fee. This has understandably confused a lot of people. After all, subscribing to Prime Video on a monthly basis actually costs more than buying a regular Prime membership. But the move is actually a brilliant one by Amazon, and they couldn't have timed it better.

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BBC’s new Top Gear will come to Netflix

BBC’s new Top Gear will come to Netflix

While the three former hosts of the popular car show Top Gear — Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May — are currently filming their new, still untitled show for Amazon, UK broadcaster BBC is getting closer to the May debut of its new version of Top Gear. For those who are planning on checking out this new version of Top Gear, with hosts Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc, and several others, it's been confirmed that Netflix will be your source when it comes to streaming.

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Dish’s Hopper 3 DVR adds 4K streaming support for Netflix

Dish’s Hopper 3 DVR adds 4K streaming support for Netflix

Dish Network has announced that its Hopper 3, currently its most advanced DVR, can now stream Netflix content in 4k Ultra HD resolution. The support starts as of today, and involves the Ultra HD content Netflix has available in its library. This adds Netflix’s content to Dish’s already present library of 4K-resolution shows and movies, which includes content from Mance Media, Sony, and The Orchard.

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Netflix will raise prices for some customers next month

Netflix will raise prices for some customers next month

Despite a dwindling catalog, Netflix still remains a good deal, at just $7.99. If you're confused about that price, it means that you probably haven't been using the service for more than a couple of years. And if that price sounds about right, then I've got some bad news for you.

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Netflix library shrinks by 30% as company gambles on original content

Netflix library shrinks by 30% as company gambles on original content

Netflix is something of the golden child of streaming. The company that started off shipping DVDs to your door gained massive popularity when they started offering their streaming service. However, troubled times may be ahead for them.

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Netflix releases sneak peek at new Voltron series

Netflix releases sneak peek at new Voltron series

It seems Netflix has more plans in store to attract viewers based on nostalgia, as it's just released the first teaser trailer for its latest original show: a reboot of the classic cartoon series Voltron. Following Fuller House and its spinoff from the old sitcom, Netflix is now treating those who grew up in the '80s with classic action cartoons. Judging by the trailer, Voltron: Legendary Defender, created in partnership with Dreamworks Animation, has nailed the look of the five mecha lions that connect and form into a giant robot, updated with sharp, modern animation.

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Netflix will soon let you choose your mobile streaming quality

Netflix will soon let you choose your mobile streaming quality

Netflix has confirmed it has been secretly throttling video streaming to AT&T and Verizon subscribers, but now promises an update to be more transparent is in the pipeline. The on-demand video provider had been delivering low-quality streams over the two largest cellular networks in the US, the WSJ revealed earlier this week, much to the surprise of customers of those networks since there was nothing disclosing such a strategy to them.

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Netflix says it throttles video on AT&T and Verizon to protect viewers

Netflix says it throttles video on AT&T and Verizon to protect viewers

Internet users hate it when their connections are artificially throttled to slow down certain services. One of the most popular services used on the internet today is Netflix and recently AT&T and Verizon were taking heat over allegedly throttling Netflix and cutting the quality of videos for users on mobile networks. To the surprise of many, it turns out that neither AT&T nor Verizon were throttling videos for subscribers- Netflix was throttling itself.

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Netflix to premiere The Little Prince movie after canceled theater release

Netflix to premiere The Little Prince movie after canceled theater release

Unfortunately for fans of animated or foreign films, the US theatrical release of The Little Prince, an adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's children's book, was completely called off by Paramount Pictures a week ago without reason. The French movie was supposed to debut yesterday, March 18th, but even the director couldn't explain the cancellation. Fortunately, he added that the film would still premiere in the US later this year, and now we know how: via Netflix.

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Is Curious George on Netflix? Nope. He is on Hulu now

Is Curious George on Netflix? Nope. He is on Hulu now

In the relatively recent past, you, a parent of a child, may have watched endless hours of Curious George on your streaming device. With Netflix, perhaps - the 2006 film Curious George became a part of Netflix back in June of 2015. But now - gosh help us all - Hulu has secured the "exclusive subscription streaming rights to one of the highest-rated kids television properties." That is Curious George, the television show. All of the episodes of Curious George, just like you've always dreamed of.

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Marvel’s Luke Cage makes Netflix debut in September

Marvel’s Luke Cage makes Netflix debut in September

Things are heating up on Netflix, at least as far as Marvel content is concerned. This past November, Netflix debuted Jessica Jones, and the show proved popular enough that Netflix went ahead and renewed it for a second season (which wasn’t in the original plans). The video service is still going ahead with the standalone Luke Cage show, of course, which is set to debut this upcoming September.

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Netflix is down, so just chill

Netflix is down, so just chill

If you're trying to get on Netflix but it's not working, don't worry -- it's not just you. Unfortunately, the video streaming service is having trouble, with users in both the U.S. and parts of Europe reporting outages. According to a statement from Netflix, some users are being presented with site errors; the company is working on a fix, but there's no word on when it expects service to be restored.

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