netflix - News, Features, and Slideshows

Most popular

netflix in pictures

News about netflix
  • Attack of the one-letter programming languages

    Watch out! The coder in the next cubicle has been bitten and infected with a crazy-eyed obsession with a programming language that is not Java and goes by the mysterious name of F. The conference room has become a house of horrors, thanks to command-line zombies likely to ambush you into rewriting the entire stack in M or R or maybe even -- OMG -- K. Be very careful; your coworkers might be among them, calm on the outside but waiting for the right time and secret instructions from the mothership to trash the old code and deploy F# or J.

  • Quickflix to raise $5.7m

    Quickflix wants to raise almost $6 million to help it secure new TV and movie content ahead of the arrival of US giant Netflix in Australia.

  • 2

    Australian media companies on notice: Here comes Netflix

    The imminent arrival of Netflix in Australia could give heart palpitations to the Australian media companies, according to an Australian analyst.

  • AT&T delays fiber optic plans pending net neutrality debate

    AT&T plans to delay its ambitious fiber optic cable investments in 100 cities until U.S. regulators define the rules for net neutrality.

  • iOS 8 app crash rate falls 25 per cent since release

    In the six weeks since its release, iOS 8's app crash rate has declined more than 25 per cent as app developers have adjusted to new APIs and issued updates, an app performance management developer said today.

Features about netflix
  • Who wins the net neutrality debate? Google, of course

    In the debate over net neutrality, AT&T and Cisco are warning that fiber optic cable rollouts could be delayed -- and revenues lost -- if President Obama's recently proposed rules move ahead.

  • 18 great uses for an old Android device

    We all love getting new gadgets, but what to do with the old ones? Here are 18 superb ways to put your old Android phone or tablet to good use.

  • 1

    4 reasons companies say yes to open source

    Open source is free and widely available, but its benefits don't stop there. Enterprises are embracing it for its agility, a quality they value above all in these times of marketplace upheaval.

  • What's the matter with Microsoft?

    Microsoft's had a tough year already. It's retreated from flubs in licensing, the design of its flagship Windows OS and most recently, innovations it wanted to bake into the Xbox One. SO what's going on?

  • Microsoft TV vs. Google TV: Showdown at CES

    Microsoft will reportedly announce a new Windows-based US$200 set-top box using Windows Media Center as its primary interface, according to the Seattle Times.