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Netflix launches new download feature for offline viewing

Netflix launches new download feature for offline viewing

In a Wednesday announcement, popular streaming service Netflix said that it is launching the much-awaited 'downloads for offline viewing' option to give its nearly 87 million subscribers the ability to access offline videos.

In announcing the launch of downloads for offline viewing on smartphones and tablets, Netflix said that the subscribers to the streaming service worldwide can now download select TV shows and movies for viewing on iOS and Android devices when they are not connected to the internet.

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Hackers cut access to some of the world's best known websites on Friday

Hackers cut access to some of the world's best known websites on Friday

On Friday, a number of leading websites witnessed widespread service disruptions across the US because of a complex attack unleashed by hackers on the Internet.

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Netflix reports impressive subscriber growth in Q3 2016

Netflix reports impressive subscriber growth in Q3 2016

On Monday afternoon, streaming video company Netflix delivered a blowout earnings report for the 2016 third quarter, smashing its own expectations for growth as well as beating the estimates of Wall Street analysts.

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Netflix Subscribers will see an Increase in Price from Next Month

Netflix Subscribers will see an Increase in Price from Next Month

For the Netflix subscribers who have been paying $7.99 monthly subscription for long might see a rise in price soon.

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Netflix CEO Says the Company Is In ‘No Hurry’ to Expand Business into China

Netflix CEO Says the Company Is In ‘No Hurry’ to Expand Business into China

Netflix by now has made its presence felt in most of the major countries in the world except China, which might remain unchanged for a while.

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With Additional 3.3 Million Customers Netflix’s Second Quarter Performance Lift Shares

With Additional 3.3 Million Customers Netflix’s Second Quarter Performance Lift

With a continued subscriber growth, Netflix reported a strong performance in the second quarter. The Internet video streaming company with an additional 3.3 million subscribers in the three months worldwide ended the quarter with a total 65.6 million customers. Out of the new customers around 900,000 subscribers were from the U.S. The total number of Netflix Inc. subscriber in the U.S is 42.3 million.

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Alibaba Entering Streaming Video Service Market in China with It’s Product Modeled on Netflix

Alibaba Entering Streaming Video Service Market in China with It’s Product Model

Alibaba’s next venture is into the sector of streaming video service which the company is building on the model of Netflix. The launch of its new services called TMall Box Office is expected in a couple of months.

The new product which is subscription video, will extend the presence of Alibaba in the field of digital entertainment

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Fresh Competition Force Netflix, Hulu and Amazon to Look for New Technologies and Innovative Ideas

Fresh Competition Force Netflix, Hulu and Amazon to Look for New Technologies an

Streaming services from Netflix, along with Hulu and Amazon have given the business of traditional television a hard time and a challenging situation as they offered people to view some of their favourite programmes without paying for the television cable services. But with competition on the rise and more players trying to penetrate in the market, these companies must guard their territory well now to secure a brighter future in Internet streaming services.

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Netflix Surpasses 50 Million Subscriptions as Its Second Quarter Earnings Get a Boost

Netflix Surpasses 50 Million Subscriptions as Its Second Quarter Earnings Get a

The earnings for the second-quarter more than doubled for Netflix due to new episodes being aired from one among its well liked series that helped the Internet video service for the first time to cross the mark of 50 million subscribers universally.

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Verizon threatens legal action against Netflix for displaying “deceptive” messages

Verizon threatens legal action against Netflix for displaying “deceptive” messag

A cease-and-desist letter was sent by Verizon Communications to Netflix on Thursday, calling for the streaming-video firm to stop displaying misleading messages to its users, blaming Verizon for slow loading of videos.

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