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The current state of custom ROM development

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Meizu M3 Max review

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Samsung Galaxy S8: all the rumors in one place

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(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, 201635

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

NVIDIA Shield Android TV getting new apps, games and more 4K content

NVIDIA is announcing support for a plethora of new apps, as well as 4K content and games. Let's check them out.
by Edgar CervantesMay 18, 20167

Netflix will now help you conserve precious mobile data

Netflix has just announced a new tool that will help users better control their mobile data consumption when connected to a cellular network.
by Jimmy WestenbergMay 5, 20165
 
 

YouTube allegedly planning cable TV streaming in 2017

It appears that YouTube is planning on bringing live cable TV to their streaming platform with subscriptions starting at around $35 per month.
by John DyeMay 4, 201616

Netflix will soon let you pay for your subscription through Google Play

If you're a current Netflix subscriber, you'll soon have another way to pay for your monthly subscription.
by Jimmy WestenbergApril 26, 20161

You might soon be able to download movies from Netflix

Although Netflix has had a long-standing policy of streaming-only, the CEO of the company appears interested in the possibility of letting users download content.
by John DyeApril 19, 201612

Amazon Prime taking on Netflix with monthly subscriptions

Amazon Prime is now available as a monthly subscription with a further option for Prime Video, a movie and TV show-only subscription service and direct competitor to Netflix.
by Kris CarlonApril 18, 20168

Netflix Party syncs up streaming for long distance movie dates

Netflix Party is a Chrome extension that lets you chat and watch movies in sync with your far-away friends.
by John DyeMarch 28, 20162

Netflix confesses to throttling video speeds for AT&T and Verizon customers

Netflix admits that it's behind the reduced video quality experienced by AT&T and Verizon customers, and that it has throttled data for a number of years.
by Robert TriggsMarch 25, 201634
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