AT&T expect to begin deployment of LTE Multicast in 2015.
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Netflix is testing a new feature that lets you go ‘off the record,’ a private viewing mode that does not register your viewing decisions into your history, doesn’t display on your connected Facebook profile and, most importantly, does not count toward your future recommendations.
DailyTech Last May, Level 3 noted that six of the largest Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) were intentionally creating points of “permanent congestion” by refusing to upgrade their side of transit-operator facing connection links which can only be resolved through direct interconnection payments to the ISP’s. Yet, Verizon and other ISP’s have consistently denied that any slowdown issues are their fault. Over the last month, Verizon and Netflix have intensified their public peering and interconnection fight. Verizon has recently taken to their blog to deny that the Netflix issues are absolutely not due to any congestion. TekSyndicate In their blog post, Verizon stated that they had…
In the last year, wireless carriers have been moving towards including streaming music plans to their service in order to entice customers to stay with them.
A new update to Netflix has arrived bringing general bug fixes alongside a few UI changes such as a black action bar and a redesigned icon.
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Last week, Verizon got angry at Netflix blaming them for poor video streaming. Now, Netflix is responding to Verizon by telling them that they will not stop telling customers that their specific Internet service provider is to blame for any poor streaming.
From July to December, Vodafone will bundle a six-month Netflix subscription when you sign up to one of its Red 4G plans. Customers of Vodafone also have the option of entertainment packs including Sky Sports and Spotify.
This week, HDTVtest found that Netflix’s 4K streaming appears to be live and operational but only to those with compatible ultra high-definition TV’s. Will you be able to enjoy it?