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Netflix vs. Amazon Prime vs. Hulu Plus


The age of cord cutting is here. If you’re sick of your cable company raising their rates and nickel and diming you to death, then you’re going to want to start looking at other options like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and/or Hulu Plus. Each of these three video streaming services are...


8 Best Apps for Cutting the Cord


Cable subscription prices are through the roof, and because of this, more and more people are looking at cutting the cord — we’re all looking for alternatives to cable TV. There are an endless number of cable TV alternatives available, and there are even some great smartphone and tablet apps...


Netflix vs. Hulu Plus: The Rematch in 2014 (comparison)


It’s been a while since Gadget Review’s first comparison of Netflix to Hulu Plus. In fact, it’s been over two years. A lot has happened since then. Both streaming video services have delved into original content creation. Netflix has “House of Cards,” “Orange Is the New Black,” and “The Killing.”...


5 Reasons For The Netflix Price Hike (list)


We all knew it couldn’t last; $8 for an all-you-can-stream buffet just was too good for this sinful world. And yes, Netflix will be raising prices by $1 to $2 relatively soon. But why? 1. It Was This Or Less Content. Netflix has to pay for the content it streams,...

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Netflix will pay Comcast for faster broadband


Late yesterday Reuters reported that Netflix will pay Comcast for faster broadband speeds, a first for the largest subscription-based streaming service that has long capitalized on hogging bandwidth, especially with its HD formats, without having to pay internet service providers a toll. That seems to have caught up with Netflix,...


The Onion Reveals Netflix’s Most Popular Function (Video)


If you’ve got Netflix, and more and more of us sign on every quarter, you’ve probably had the painful experience of logging in, looking at your queue… and then scrolling through everything you’ve got, absolutely overwhelmed by choice. And now, according to the Onion, you can pay less for that...