Way back in 1997 an American chap named Reed Hastings sold his computer software business for a cool $US700 million, and put $US2.5 million of
Movie and TV streaming behemoth Netflix has issued a warning this Saint Valentine’s Day: there’s an epidemic of Australians cheating on their partners … when
Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
Bad news I’m afraid: there are only four days until Xmas. Okay, it might be good news for some. Little kids, for example, who are
Change is afoot, courtesy of streaming giant Netflix, with downloads for on-the-go viewing, the addition of video previews on its interface, and a shortcut through
Foxtel buys out Presto to replace it with a revamped Foxtel Play streaming service to compete with Netflix and Stan.
The majority of complaints we hear about Netflix arise from slow download speeds, so to at least give you a clue as to how you’re doing, Netflix now has a speed test.
Forget worrying if you own a smartphone or a computer, because if you have a Netflix account, you’re about to be targeted by online scammers.
Australia got a little lucky last year when Netflix decided to come to our shores, but now the rest of the world will be getting it, too.