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Google Home receiving support for Netflix and Google Photos (UPDATE: now available)

The update allows users to ask the Google Home to stream Netflix and Google Photos content to a Chromecast.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 14, 20161

Netflix VR is now available for Google’s Daydream View

Netflix has launched yet another app in the Play Store, this time specifically for Google’s Daydream virtual reality headset.
by Brian ReighDecember 12, 20164

New Daydream View headset colors begin shipping, new apps officially launch

The Crimson and Snow Daydream View VR headset colors have started shipping in the US, UK and Australia. Also, new Daydream apps are available.
by John CallahamDecember 8, 2016

10 best video streaming apps and video streaming services for Android

The revolution will not be televised, it'll be streamed online. You don't want to miss that. Check out our list of the best video streaming apps for Android.
by Joe HindyDecember 4, 201613
 
 

Netflix now lets you watch shows offline

Netflix has released an update to its Android app that brings support for downloading and watching shows and movies offline.
by John CallahamNovember 30, 20164

DDoS attacks on DNS servers are blocking access to Twitter, Netflix and more for some users

A series of denial of service attacks on DNS servers maintained by Dyn are causing issues when connecting to to Twitter, Netflix and other online services.
by John CallahamOctober 21, 201612

Netflix tells FCC that Internet Service Providers cap data unreasonably

Last week Netflix filed with the FCC to let them know that, in their opinion, ISPs are capping data unfairly and for their own gain.
by John DyeSeptember 13, 201637

10 best Android TV apps

Android TV isn't quite there yet, but it's growing! The list of apps available are also getting better all the time. Here are the best Android TV apps!
by Joe HindyAugust 15, 201625

(Update: Netflix denies any partnership) LeEco’s grand plans to take over the world

They were once known as the “Netflix of China,” but today that moniker is seeming increasingly inaccurate as LeEco develops a stronger foothold in the west.
by John DyeAugust 8, 201636

Netflix will stream new Star Trek series internationally in 2017

Trekkies abroad will be able to tune into CBS's new 2017 Star Trek series starting in January thanks to the streaming power of Netflix.
by John DyeJuly 18, 20164
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