Besides Netflix streaming, Facebook’s Portal TV is getting a new remote with one-touch buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Facebook Watch.
Circles are at it again, bundling together a free year of Netflix and their $38GB plan.
Samsung are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to smartphone videography, courtesery of a new partnership with Netflix.
Foxtel's streaming box now supports Netflix through a dedicated app.
Netflix has raised the price of its Premium subscription tier for Australian customers.
After two years at the bottom of the Netflix ISP speed index leaderboard Telstra has caught up and has now the highest speed.
Fetch TV and Netflix have announced that they have entered into a new agreement that will see Fetch subscribers gain access to enhanced features in the coming months, including a faster way to access Netflix and more ways to discover and search for N...
Australian customers for Amazon’s Prime Video can now access the latest TV shows and films on the streaming service via their Playstation 4 or Playstation 3.
Owners of GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards can now stream Netflix in 4K, if they're willing to tolerate beta software.
Business travelers, rejoice: You can now save some Netflix shows to your Windows 10 laptop's hard drive for viewing in the air or in your hotel.
You can now watch Netflix videos on Firefox for Linux, but not everyone is happy about it as the battle over DRM in HTML rages on.
Siskel and Ebert would be proud. Netflix is adopting a simple like/dislike format for user ratings and dumping the stars.
Netflix will bring HDR content to phones, and it's looking at creating phone-specific cuts of its videos.
If you're running out of storage on your Android phone, Netflix will now let you direct downloads to an SD card.
Netflix is finally allowing you to download select movie and TV show titles for offline viewing on mobile devices.
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