Netflix news stories - Page 2
Industry players weigh in on Sky TV’s move to block websites
Sky’s call for sites to be blacklisted is “dinosaur behavior, something you would expect in North Korea, not in New Zealand.”
Plugging the digital drain on the campus data center
Plugging the drain and creating a digital-ready higher education data center can start with simplifying all this complexity with a lifecycle approach.
Vodafone TV partners up with SKY and Netflix
Vodafone TV gives viewers the option to switch between their smartphone, tablet and television...
Space, the final frontier, again: Should you bother watching Star Trek Discovery
Set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series, Discovery explores the Federation/Klingon cold war...
AWS launches 'Macie', its newest machine learning security service
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has welcomed the newest addition to its portfolio, a machine learning security service called Amazon Macie.
Disney vs Netflix: Mickey Mouse is establishing his own streaming service
Disney is ending its agreement with Netflix in favour of its own streaming service...
Breaking down digital transformation: Business model transformation
Now, a start-up can achieve in a few years what used to take decades, and with much less capital.
Spark drops dealer partner model for consumer market; buys back stores
Spark is dumping its dealer partner model for the consumer market, taking on direct management of stores currently managed by Leading Edge and Orb.
Epic hacker fail: An exclusive look at the Netflix hack with ESET
We chatted with ESET’s senior research fellow Nick Fitzgerald for an expert's views on what the Netflix hack means for the future of streaming.
Opinion: We take some brilliant tech for granted way too often
You know who you are. Stop taking Netflix for granted, and appreciate just how amazing that sh*t is.
Spoiler alert: Hackers leak unreleased Netflix series
An unidentified hacker has released the highly anticipated Season 5 episodes of popular Netflix show Orange is the New Black.
Netflix and Lightbox battle it out for Kiwi affection
More than a million Kiwis are now subscribed to Netflix, while Lightbox has been revealed as the faster growing Subscription Video On Demand provider.
Spark scores landmark Netflix deal
“Long gone are the days when New Zealanders had no choice in the way they watched TV and video."
Kiwis’ broadband habits revealed
"What these numbers are overwhelmingly telling us is that as a nation our average data use is growing fast.”
Fibre driving increase in switching broadband providers
“As fibre broadband continues to be rolled out across the country we’re seeing more people than ever comparing their internet options."
Gaming on the powerful Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition
PC gaming has been taken to the maximum thanks to the Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition. PC elitists and multi-taskers will love what it offers.
Netflix still keeping mum about ratings
Netflix maintains a code of silence around it's data, occasionally teasing the entertainment industry with snippets of information.
Young Kiwis leading the way online
"Generation Y are early adapters of new services and have set trends with the adoption of new arrivals such as Spotify and Netflix."
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Netflix officially cloud-native company, thanks to AWS
“Netflix streaming has come a long way over the past few years, and it feels great to not be constrained by the limitations we've previously faced."
Cyber crims targeting Netflix users - watchout
New research from Symantec has revealed cyber criminals are targeting Netflix users on the back of the company's recent global expansion.
Netflix and pepperoni - lazy man's guide to Valentine's Day
We’ve put together some wonderfully cheesy, hopelessly soppy films to get you in the the mood this Valentine's as you stuff your face with Cheezels.
Kiwis: Say goodbye to US Netflix
"In coming weeks, those using proxies and unblockers will only be able to access the service in the country where they currently are," Netflix says.
Netflix goes bye-bye
"We will continue to respect and enforce content licensing by geographic location.”
The implications of #NetflixEverywhere: The view of a (near) Netflix planet
At CES this week, Netflix announced that its online subscription service had been switched on in 130 new markets across the world.