Let's hope they do the games justice
When one door closes, another opens
Additional subscriptions to other streaming platforms is an appealing incentive
In brief: With the ever-increasing price of streaming services, have we reached a peak where the only way is down? A new study suggests there are methods of enticing consumers to sign up for even more subscriptions: include extras such as discounts, free products, and bundles.
Netflix is carrying out a test in the UK and Canada
And many of its one-time benefits disappear?
And young social media users
The cheapest Netflix plan without ads is now $15.49 per month
The new chroma key compositing technique involves many complex steps to get the job done
Two perfectly legal URLs hidden in a sea of pirated content
The biggest four-day US subscriber increase since 2019
The crackdown has arrived
A hot potato: The time that many of us have been dreading is here: the days of being able to share your Netflix password with friends and family freely are over. The streaming giant is informing customers in the US that they will either have to stop others from using their account or pay $7.99 per month for an additional membership for someone outside the main household.
It also revealed when the password-sharing crackdown will come to the US
Netflix ultimately canceled the live broadcast and recorded it instead
Netflix games might be coming to a living room near you
Spanning a wide array of genres
WTF?! Netflix has warned subscribers of an impending crackdown on password sharing. Simultaneously, Netflix is trying to push more users onto its premium tier. Its newly revealed solution seems surprisingly harsh and could complicate the service for many users.
Microsoft could offer a mega bundle of games and video content
In brief: Microsoft's next acquisition could be its largest to date, and we're not talking about Activision Blizzard. In a recent financial commentary piece, Reuters argues that Microsoft's next major target could be Netflix, and they make some compelling points.
But you probably shouldn't worry
Netflix goes gaming: Kentucky Route Zero, Twelve Minutes and TMNT: Shredder's Revenge are heading to the service
Netflix saved its biggest gaming announcements for the end of the year
Netflix's latest game is more in line with what you'd expect from a streaming video provider