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Netflix Recovers From Previous Reputation Losses, Says Survey [After A Stri
2012-05-11 22:50:00
Let’s face it, folks, 2011 was not Netflix’s year. With a series of misadventures better suited to an 80s movie involving wacky college kids and their evil dean, topped off by the fact that they made the annual JibJab year in review video with footage of a Netflix envelope getting ...
Kids TV networks take a hit as youngsters fall in love with Netflix
2012-04-27 19:28:00
Do you have a Netflix account? It seems like answering "no" to that question puts you in a smaller and smaller group by the day, and according to some new statistics, kids are quickly jumping on the bandwagon, too. Analytics firm Bernstein ? Continue reading ?
Why Netflix Could Keep Plunging
2012-04-25 16:00:00
There is one huge risk when it comes to owning shares of high-growth companies. No one really knows how far or how close the company is to market saturation, so investors . . . → Read More: Why Netflix Could Keep Plunging
Good News, Bad News: SMASH, HOUSE & NETFLIX
2012-03-22 20:40:00
Good News: NBC has officially awarded SMASH — the Peacock Network’s highest rated freshman drama — a much deserved second season. Bad News: Noticeably absent from the Network’s press release touting the show’s renewal is a promise to put an immediate stop to any and all snooze-inducing story lines involving Julia’s crumbling marriage and/or Ellis’ scheming. We’re just sayin’ [Source] Good News: A beloved alumna of Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is returning to HOUSE just in time for the hit Fox show’s swan song. Bad News: No, not Lisa Edelstein’s Cuddy, but rather Olivia Wilde’s polarizing character that goes by the nom de plume of Thirteen. [Source] Good News: Reports have surfaced that Netflix is interested in reviving ABC’s sure-to-be-canceled freshman drama THE RIVER. Bad News: But not before the ubiquitous streaming service saves TERRA NOVA, greenlights long dormant big screen versions of such brilliant-but-c...
Netflix To Customers, Screw Your Privacy
2012-03-05 14:04:00
I have Netflix. I know a lot of people who use it. But, I know I’d rather not have people knowing what my family is watching per se. None of their damn business. Netflix has a differing opinion. So much so that they’re attempting to get an amendment to US law to get their hands ...
Is Netflix Headed for Another Pullback?
2012-03-01 19:00:00
Walking through the halls of Netflix's (Nasdaq: NFLX) headquarters in Los Gatos, Calif., during the holidays must have been a gloomy affair. Legions of employees that receive some of their compensation in company stock saw their holdings plunge in value as the video service company saw its shares fall below $70 by year end, just a fraction of levels seen earlier in 2011.   Well, Santa Claus finally showed up for these folks: Since this year began, shares have risen nearly 60%. That's a stunning two-month move. This is a bad time to spoil the fun, but recent events have helped create a fresh set of troubles for Netflix. The economics of Netflix's business model . . . → Read More: Is Netflix Headed for Another Pullback?
Netflix se estrena en el Reino Unido e Irlanda: sólo cuesta 6,99 euros al m
2012-01-09 08:22:00
Hacía tiempo que se esperaba que Netflix debutara oficialmente en Europa, pero por un motivo u otro su estreno se había venido retardando durante meses. Hasta ahora. Y es que desde esta misma mañana los británicos ya pueden acceder al servicio de vídeo bajo demanda que más está dando que hablar en los últimos tiempos y que cuenta, sólo en Estados Unidos, con más de 20 millones de clientes. Tras...
BigFlicks launches BigFlix Plus. Is It India’s Answer To NetFlix?
2012-01-06 09:49:00
There is a dearth of services offering on-demand online movies and videos in India. Services like Hulu and NetFlix only work in the US. Music discovery and listening services like Spotify are also limited to certain countries. It is about time that someone in our country introduced the same. In what might be called a start, Reliance Entertainment Digital launched their on-demand online video rental service called BigtFlix Plus yesterday. It is supposed to be their answer to these international services.BIgFlix plus is part of their BigFlicks venture which has been around for sometime now. This service is the first of its kind in our country. The service allows you to access more than 500 movies on diverse platforms like PC’s, tablets, smartphones etc. The subscription fee is Rs. 249 per month which seems to be very reasonable. With time, the service is expected to have more movies and videos. BigFlix will allow the user to stream and download full length movies in High Definition ...
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Philips HTS3306/F7 5.1 Htib 1000W/Bluray/Wifi Netflix/Vudu/Blockbuster/Film
2011-12-17 09:47:00
High definition pictures and powerful surround sound delivered by the elegant Philips Blu-ray Home Theater System provide unbeatable home entertainment. Enjoy sharp pictures with 1080p HDMI upconversion.
Netflix ya disponible para iPad, iPhone y iPod Touch
2011-12-15 16:28:00
Netflix, uno de los más populares sistemas de distribución de series y películas online, ha anunciado ayer la salida de su versión para dispositivos de Apple. Los usuarios de iPhone, Ipad y iPod Touch pueden ya descargar gratuitamente desde la … Continue reading →Este es un post de ILMAISTRO.COM, Blog de Tecnologia. Suscribirse via RSS. Sígueme en Twitter, Facebook o en Google+.Netflix ya disponible para iPad, iPhone y iPod Touch
Netflix Treads Cautiously, Stalls International Rollout
2011-10-31 06:33:00
Online movie rental site NetFlix, has decided to slow down on International growth so as to concentrate on getting back on track on their home ground. This step may not come as a surprise if we simply understand the various goof-ups that hurt the company & more importantly hurt its subscribers. A few months ago, Netflix announced that it would be separating Only costs of its DVD-by-mail and its online-streaming plans, creating an effective price hike for those who had already taken advantage of the company’s bargain-bundle-subscription. Then, again a few weeks ago, CEO Reed Hastings emailed subscribers to announce another change: Netflix would be separating its DVD and streaming services entirely, killing the formerly named brand “Qwikster” and assigning it a separate website. And in first week of October 2011, Netflix announced a modification to the change: the customers had spoken & Netflix had listened; Qwikster was a failed idea; the plan to divide ser...
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Yuzu TV
2011-09-28 17:51:00
Yuzu TV es un nuevo servicio de acceso remoto a canales de televisión en vivo y video on demand, el sistema permite a los usuarios consumir contenidos televisivos por internet. La oferta del nuevo servicio consta de más de 40 canales de televisión y un catálogo superior a los 500 títulos on demand que incluye ...
Televisa firma acuerdo con Netflix
2011-07-27 01:11:00
Televisa confirma que ha llegado a un acuerdo con Netflix, como parte del acuerdo Televisa pondrá a disposición de Netflix de manera no exclusiva cerca de 3 mil horas al año en telenovelas, series y programas de entretenimiento, los cuales forman parte de su extensa librería de contenidos. El contenido estará disponible para Netflix un año después de su transmisión en TV abierta. Este acuerdo aumenta la disponibilidad de los contenidos de Televisa en Latinoamérica, Brasil y el Caribe, donde Netflix planea lanzar su servicio de subscripción hacia finales del año en curso. El acuerdo no incluye distribución de contenido en EE UU. CC kalek - TVNotiBlog, 2011. | Permalink | 2 Comentarios | Tags: Netflix, Televisa Categoría: Series, Telenovelas ? Netflix for Baby Clothes
2011-07-21 06:06:00
The comparison is theirs, not mine. Plum is a site that allows you to rent(?) boutique baby clothes and return them as your infant growths to the next size for bigger wears. I came across Plum a week ago and instantly found it interesting because I have a 2 year old and one on the ...
Netflix DVD Rental Falling Online Streaming Video Booming
2011-05-12 11:11:00
Reed Hastings CEO of Netflix was recently interview by Erick Schonfeld from TechCrunchTv after the Wired business conference where Hastings revealed that Netflix DVD rental is falling but their $7.99 unlimited online movie video streaming is booming. Hastings brief video … Continue reading →
Market News: Lawson, Ford, Netflix, UBS, Amazon?
2011-04-26 21:03:00
Lawson to be sold for $2B. GGC Software Holdings, an affiliate of Golden Gate Capital and Infor, has agreed to buy Lawson Software (LWSN) for around $2B, or $11.25 a share. This is below Lawson's closing price yesterday of $12.12. The deal comes after Lawson received an offer from Golden Gate and Infor earlier this year and looked for alternative buyers, but didn't receive a superior proposal.Ford has best Q1 in 13 years. Ford's (F) Q1 2011 net profit increased to $0.61 per share from $0.50 a year earlier in its best first-quarter performance since 1998. Ford's revenues rose 18% to $33.1B, helped by sales in new vehicles such as the Explorer. The company was profitable in all regions even as commodity costs rose. Ford ended the quarter with $16.6B in debt, down $2.5B from the beginning of the year. Premarket: F +3% (7:20 ET).Netflix tumbles on disappointing outlook. Netflix (NFLX) shares slumped 5.3% in post-market trading after the movie-rental company said that i...
2010-12-21 18:21:00
Snagging a "page" out of Netflix's successful business model, literary rental service, Bookswim, offers it's customers the latest titles in their mailbox without the library late fees or the trip to the local bookstore!
Three Companies that Apple Could and Should Buy
2010-11-02 14:22:00
By: Tim Baker It’s amazing how a company that went from the brink of bankruptcy 13 years ago now has $51B in cash reserves,  market cap of $275 Billion and a share price of over $300. Last week, CEO Steve Jobs said that Apple plans to hold on to it’s $51B in cash to pursue ...
Hot Stocks To Watch: Netflix, eBay, McDonald's, Hershey, Baxter
2010-10-21 16:44:00
Among the companies whose shares are actively trading in the session are Netflix Inc. (NFLX), eBay Inc. (EBAY) and McDonald's Corp. (MCD).Netflix's ($172.61, +$19.46, +12.71%) third-quarter earnings improved 26%, topping its expectations as revenue and margins grew and subscriber-acquisition costs fell. Subscriber-acquisition costs, a metric closely watched by investors in the online movie rental company, declined 26%. The churn rate--a measure of customer cancellations and free subscribers--decreased to 3.8% from 4.4%. EBay's ($27.75, +$2.09, +8.14%) evolution toward becoming a PayPal-focused company continued in the latest quarter as it reported better-than-expected results because of strength in its online payment business. According to eBay, PayPal ended the quarter with 90 million active accounts worldwide, adding more than a million new accounts each month during the quarter. EBay also announced a $2 billion stock buyback as well as plans to issue up to $1.5 billion in term...
Google To Launch Paid Movies Online – Competition For NetFlix, Apple
2010-08-30 13:27:00
It is not a secret that Google not just wants to be present in everything possible on the internet, but it also wants to be on top. Google has been for some time now making acquisitions of startups or tying up with companies in a bid to create a social networking competitor for Facebook. Now, Google is at it again with YouTube reportedly approaching Hollywood studios to launch a pay-per-view video service globally by the end of the year. According to industry insiders, Google with all its search technology, and YouTube with its enormous user / viewer base, intend to direct traffic to this new service. Considering the traffic that both Google and YouTube generate, it wont be long before this new service will vie for a top spot in the online movie streaming space. Competitors So whose business will Google be eating into with this new venture? Apple TV offers customers a large collection of movies and TV shows, new and old, in HD which the customers can access by paying for the specif...
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Netflix + Roku = HBO Killer?
2010-08-12 06:43:00
I've been very happy with DirecTV's service here but the monthly bill is like a car loan.  Or at least mine is thanks to my soup-to-nuts Platinum HD DVR package. Over the past year I've been on a mission to trim the monthly nut.  Quitting tobacco products in May 2009 was a great start.  So was dumping my $119/month aDSL service with in December, moving this server to and installing Roadrunner at home.  Okay, I didn't really save anything with that but I got a lot more bang for the buck. Next on the plate was my crippling monthly satellite bill.  By my reckoning, I could save at least $51/month if I dumped all my movie channels -- HBO, Cinemax, Encore, the works.  I don't watch a lot of TV but when I do it's usually a movie.  However even with ALL the movie channels it's not as though I feast on a cornucopia of video variety.  Like bad oldies radio, it seems to be the same hundred-plus mov...
Anime on Netflix Streaming
2010-03-29 19:56:00
Author, during a post about Netflix halting streaming of several anime titles, recalled that I had watched Kurau on there, and he's right. I had also watched Noein through the Netflix streaming service, and I ended picking up both series and their artboxes during one of Rightstuf's 25 DVDs for 100$ sales. In truth, I had never used my computer to watch Netflix streaming video, but I have a Samsung Blu-ray player that can also do the Netflix streaming straight to my main A/V stack. Much more enjoyable from the couch on my 40" screen1 than cooped up on my computer chair on my 22" screen. That said, of the following: We really need another DTO challenger like BOST (R.I.P.). I agree 100%. 1. which is the Samsung LN40B550 shown in the image above; yes I do need to clean up...
Netflix for Wii: Mario Must be Happy
2010-03-29 18:16:00
My family was one of the privileged few to receive an early copy of the Netflix for Wii disk. Once you pop the disk in (yes, it is required each time you want to watch video from your instant queue) just authorize the disk using the special code (you only do this once on another computer via the Netflix site) and you're on your way.Other than the fact you couldn't do a free text search for movies, I found the experience to be slick and well thought out. You can browse your queue, sift through the various genres, or even pick up where you left off on your recently viewed items.We watched Paul Blart: Mall Cop without any hiccups, and the audio and video quality were excellent even while using our wireless connection.The product definitely did not feel like a beta release. Now maybe they can work on allowing that free text search.- Hutch
Netflix Discs for Wii Arrive in Homes
2010-03-27 16:10:00
Netflix instant streaming discs for the Nintendo Wii started arriving in homes today to the delight of many Wii console owners. The service allows Wii owners who subscribe to at least the minimum $9/month plan with Netflix, to watch select streaming movies and television shows direct to their televisions. Netflix subscribers keep the disc and must ...
Nintendo Wii Netflix Watch Instantly discs are on the way
2010-03-25 19:42:00
We know that you Wii users have been dying to watch some Netflix instant content on your Nintendo console. Good news. The first batch of Netflix Watch Instantly discs for the Nintendo Wii have now been shipped. If you already ordered one, you can track its status. Some of you will get them as early as ...
Anurag Kashyap?s ?Dev.D? is Now on Netflix!
2009-12-17 20:16:00
When I was recently asked to speak at a private school in Brooklyn, to introduce around 55 Ninth Graders to a bit of Indian culture and show them a film that would at once entertain them but also allow them to see the country, the people and the vibe of the place, I immediately thought ...
Netflix Saves the Day
2009-12-10 11:40:00
I have been a Netflix subscriber for years, I think I signed up when it was first introduced because of my hatred of Blockbuster and their late fees. I have a horrible memory and returning a movie was never a top priority. Even now I can't seem to put the DVD's in the mail with any kind of regularity.But the streaming video they offer has saved many lazy days (I seem to have had an abundance of these since moving to Phoenix and finding myself jobless). I have used this "Watch Instantly" to view movies I would otherwise pass up. I wouldn't want to waste my DVD selection on an iffy movie that I may or may not enjoy. So I stream it online and if it fails to catch my interest I can simply move on to the next.Brilliant!One of my favorite seems to be a few movies starring Craig Ferguson (he's genuinely funny, who knew?). Saving Grace and I'll Be There are movies that I wouldn't have put in my DVD queue because I hadn't heard anything about them. Well, they are both funny and touchi...
I?m streaming Netflix on PS3!
2009-11-07 05:31:00
As I already told, Sony and Netflix recently became partners, and Netflix subscribers can now stream movies from their “Watch Instantly” queue on PlayStation 3. While Sony is working on new firmware  update for PS3 that would allow full Netflix support, current Netflix subscribers ...
Finally: Netflix streaming on PlayStation 3 begins in November
2009-10-26 21:21:00
Netflix today announced a real with Sony that will allow streaming Netflix movies to PS3 consoles. Support for streaming Netflix has already been implemented in XBox 360, Netflix-branded Roku media player, some TV-sets and some LG and Samsung Blu-Ray players, and recently, TiVo. ...
iPhone Netflix Streaming not coming anytime soon
2009-09-22 11:39:00
Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix has stated that the Netflix streaming service will come to the iPhone one day, just when that day will be is anyone?s guess as bringing Netflix to the iPhone doesn?t seem to be a high priority according to an article on gizmodo. In an interview with Reuters, the Netflix CEO was ...
How Does Netflix Work ?
2009-08-06 16:42:00
Have you ever wondered how Netflix is able to send and receive so many movies a day? My best guest would of been all automated, someone picks up and throws it in a machine that sorts and what not and then someone drops off at the mail box tons of movies to be shipped. I ...
Netflix Benefits from Recession
2009-05-15 18:14:00
Many industrial groups got hurt pretty badly in this one and a half year long recession. Banks, homebuilders, retailers, just to name a few. However, the recession has also proven to be an opportunity for others to bloom in this environment because when the wallet got tight, we cut our spending: we postpone purchase of ...Original Post on The Sun's Financial Diary Special bonus offers Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan $25 Bonus Lending Club $25 Sign Up Bonus Netflix Benefits from Recession
OMG! Netflix Streamed Kenny!
2009-04-06 15:48:00
I used Netflix for a while before I realized getting a new movie the day it comes out is about likely as a perfect credit score in today’s economy. It would take weeks to get a new film and by the time it was finally available I would have rented it at my local movie ...
Netflix (NFLX): A new world for video
2009-03-16 05:00:00
"There are always stocks that can buck the trend and go up when most others are going down; one such issue is Netflix ( (NASDAQ: NFLX (," says Sean Broderick (,In- Money and Markets (, he explains, "Netflix has exceptional growth prospects as it ventures into streaming movies and games over the Internet." Here's the advisor's review."Netflix is doing bang-up business, and if history is any guide, should continue to do so. During the Great Depression, movies were one of the few growth industries, as a weary world turned to escapist entertainment."Netflix had an excellent recent quarter. Revenues jumped 19% and earnings rose 58%. EBITA, a widely used measure of a company's efficiency and profitability, hit a six-year high, and was up 18% over the year earlier."...
Baby Plays: The Netflix Of Children’s Toy Rental
2009-03-11 12:00:00
Parents know how quickly kids get bored. One day they're begging you to purchase that trendy toy they saw on TV and the next day it's discarded for that a new toy lugged around by a best friend from daycare. Baby Plays, the Netflix of baby and toddler toy rentals makes sure toys are available to keep up with your child's development rate and attention span, so you don't have to stock your own baby toy warehouse at home.
Bad economy boosts Netflix (NFLX)
2009-02-13 06:00:00
"Our favorite idea of the week is Netflix ( (NASDAQ: NFLX (," says Michael Cintolo ( ), editor of The Cabot Top Ten Report ( ), which each week reviews ten issues showing strong price momentum."Netflix bolted higher on a great earnings report last week, and impressively, followed through to the upside for a few days."Bad economic times seem to mean good news for Netflix, as an evening at home with a few DVDs is way easier on the budget than even a bargain matinee at the Cineplex."That’s the message of Netflix’ boffo quarterly results that came out on January 26. Earnings walloped analysts’ estimates and more than twice the predicted number of new subscribers signed up."Furthermore, CEO Reed Hastings has been pushing Netfl ix hard...
Stream Netflix to your TV or HDTV with PlayOn Media Server
2009-02-03 05:09:00
On February 1, 2009 MediaMall released the first production version of their PlayOn media server. It works like any other media server, but also provides capability to stream movies from Netflix’s Watch Instantly queue (Netflix subscription is required), as well as videos from Hulu and media companies like CNN, CBS, EPSN and more media sources ...
Netflix: Roku, LG, Samsung, now TiVo! What?s next?
2008-10-30 07:51:00
On Thursday Netflix and TiVo are expected to announce partnership to deliver Netflix’s “Watch Instantly” movie streaming service to TiVo digital video recorders with HD capability. Netflix has recently gained significant ground in streaming video services via numerous partnerships hardware and content providers. For example, the alliance with LG and Samsung has resulted in firmware ...
Samsung?s new Blu-Ray players to stream Netflix
2008-10-23 10:58:00
Samsung and Netflix today announced the deal that will allow Samsung to add streaming capabilities to their new Blu-Ray players and possibly expand the deal to include other electronics, possibly embed Netflix streaming in future Samsung TV models. The deal will help Netflix to expand delivery of movies and TV episodes over the Internet in a ...
More media servers support Netflix
2008-09-04 23:40:00
Recently MediaMall Technologies announced Beta 3 version of its PlayOn media server. MediaMall currently bundles its ActiveTV media server with several networking media players, including D-Link DSM 520 and DSM 720. Both ActiveTV and PlayOn servers come with default configuration containing several hundred “channels”, includng CNN, Hulu, Reuters, NPR, Yahoo!, VH1, MTV, ESPN, BBC News, ...
Netflix on Hold
2008-09-04 13:29:00
Did you know you that you can put your Netflix subscription on hold? You can put it on hold for up to 90 days without losing the information in your account. I have the 1-at-a-time plan so this will only save me about $10/month, but every little bit helps. I already have a small stock pile of movies to watch and I can go the library anytime. For now, Netflix will have to wait.
More Band From TV from the Netflix show!
2008-09-01 10:42:00
As many of you have read I had a great time finally seeing Band From TV at Gene Autry that was sponsored by Netflix! Well now Netflix put up the cut feed of some of the performances from that awesome show and I had to share it with you because what I shot wasn’t nearly ...
LG and Netflix partnership delivers its first baby - BD300
2008-08-22 23:09:00
The partnership that Netflix and LG announced around New Year had resulted in a long-awaited product, just in time for back-to-school and Thanksgiving holiday. LG’s next Blu-Ray disk player BD300 will also be able to stream Netflix to TV-sets. Users will be able to select a title from their Netflix queue and playback will begin in ...
Netflix will be available on XBox 360
2008-07-15 02:38:00
Microsoft has announced on Monday at E3 video game convention an alliance with Netflix that will allow it to stream more then 10,000 Netflix movie titles on Microsoft’s XBox 360 console. Microsoft is the latest hardware provider to join Netflix alliance after Roku began selling $100 Netflix streaming boxes in June. Just like with Roku network ...
Netflix Questions
2008-06-30 16:39:00
In another attempt to join the 21st century, we are thinking about subscribing to Netflix. According to the Netflix website, the service is greatest thing since sliced bread. (Actually, the website proclaims Netflix as "The BEST Way To Rent Movies.") So today?s questions are all about Netflix. If you have/had Netflix, is it worth it? What type of plan do you have? Is Blockbuster better than Netflix? Please feel free to leave your thoughts and opinions in the comments section.Thank you!
Enable Netflix Watch Now on more than 3 PCs
2008-06-09 12:24:00
Netflix Watch Now service is great for steaming movies to your PC via Internet Explorer. If you’ve been using the service for a while, you might have asked yourself how does Netflix prevent people from sharing their login info with family and friends so that everyone can watch movies from free online? Well, Netflix uses a ...
Netflix Review In A Minute: Thank You for Smoking
2008-06-06 20:41:00
Let me first take a completely vain and shallow moment by saying; Aaron Eckhart? Yum. He's one of those hot but not too hot/unattainable men. Now I'm even more motivated to see The Dark Knight, if that were even possible, as he plays Harvey "Future TwoFace" Dent. Yum.OK, back to the movie. I liked it. I thought it was a cute movie. I really feel it should be labeled a horror/comedy a la Shaun of the Dead, for while it was funny, it was eerie to see how suave a lobbyist can be. Eerie to realize that while this may be fiction, lobbyists no doubt actually view their work this way: trying to bring together to very opposing forces onto one agreeable platform (with blatant disregard to death).Katie Holmes unfortunately shows up to play a slutty, manipulative writer. Fortunately she's not given many lines, so she doesn't fuck up the movie too bad. Her character also gets what's coming to her for being such a shitty writer.This movie is packed with top notch actors: Rob Lowe, Adam Brod...
Netflix Review In A Minute: The Queen
2008-06-05 18:54:00
Wow. What an amazing movie. In my mind, seeing this film was like the witnessing Miranda and Carrie having a spat while shopping for vintage clothes in Sex and the City. You know the dialogue exists, but only now, do we finally get to hear what they were thinking about one another. As is the case with the Royal Family in The Queen.You can read all the tabloids you want, all the biographies of biographies of speculations, but it was nice to see a film try and show the war between tradition and modernizing and between God and ethics with pieces of stories and facts from multiple sources...not just one biased side.Helen Mirrin did a fantastic job as the Queen of England. I should hope so since she won the Oscar for Best Actress in this role. Mirrin's Queen was one of poise and great tradition. Her plight in this film was attempting to stay afloat after the news of Princess Diana's death. Her belief was that, the monarchy has stood the test of time and no matter what comes and goes in...
Netflix Player offers PC-free movie watching
2008-06-04 10:05:00
If you’re a Netflix subscriber you may have noticed that in the last year or so the company has rolled out a Watch Now option that lets you instantly watch some of the movies and TV shows in the Netflix library on your Windows PC with a broadband connection. More recently, in upgrading its digital offerings, ...
iFlix Manages Your Netflix Queue from Your iPhone [Apps Worth Jailbreaking
2008-06-03 02:56:00
iFlix manages your entire Netflix queue from the comfort of your iPhone, from adding, re-ordering, and browsing Netflix. Netflix lovers won’t find a better iPhone app than iFlix. Aside from queue management, which is handles beautifully, iFlix also takes better advantage of the iPhone’s graphics than practically any other app, chock full of cool and ...
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