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CES: Firefox OS Heads To Televisions

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Mozilla announced some new developments for Firefox OS to help expand it into more device categories. These include televisions, and Panasonic announced a lineup of 4K Ultra HD smart TVs powered by the operating system. “Mozilla and Panasonic collaborated to create a new innovative, interactive and customizable user interface powered by Firefox …

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CES: New Android TV Devices On The Way

Google unveiled Android TV at Google I/O back in June. Today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, the company announced that its partners are showing off some new devices for it, which will be shipped in the spring. These include models from Sony, Sharp, TP Vision/Philips. “These have all the goodness of Android TV built in so you won’t …

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Here’s What’s New On Netflix This Week

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. We typically post these lists on Fridays, but with the holidays, I’m sure you understand the slight delay. You’re no doubt aware …

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Netflix Original ‘Puss In Boots’ Series Gets Release Date

Netflix announced the release date for its next original Dreamworks Animation series, “The Adventures of Puss in Boots”. It will premiere on January 16, exclusively on the streaming service. Netflix announced three new DreamWorks Animation originals back in May, to follow up its previously released series Turbo FAST. These were All Hail King Julien, Puss in Boots, and Veggie Tales …

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CES: Netflix Announces Recommended TV Program

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Netflix announced a new program called Netflix Recommended TV, which it describes as an independent smart TV evaluation program to help consumers identify TVs built for “a superior Internet TV experience.” “We’’ve created the Netflix Recommended TV program to help consumers identify smart TVs that offer better performance, easier menu navigation …

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More Details Spilled About Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’

Entertainment Weekly spilled some new details about Netflix’s upcoming Daredevil series after speaking with Marvel’s TV head Jeph Loeb, showrunner Steven S. DeKnight, and Charlie Cox, who plays the titular character. For one, the show will take a realistic approach to the story. They’re shooting for something reminiscent of The Wire. The relevant quotes: “We really wanted to take our …

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Netflix Plugs BoJack Horseman Christmas Special

Now is the time of year when many of us are taking in as many holiday specials of our favorite television shows as possible until the big day gets here. Then it’s on to figuring out how we’re going to better our lives in the coming year. But for now, by all means, consume as many holiday episodes as possible. …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (AAHHHH!)

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. Earlier this week, we gave you a preview of some of the titles that will be coming to Netflix in January, but …

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Hulu Acquires ‘Fargo’ And Other MGM Content

Hulu announced that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights to hit television series (or mini-series, if you prefer..it was renewed for a second season) Fargo. The acquisition comes as part of an expansion of Hulu’s relationship with MGM, and it also includes all episodes of History’s Vikings as well as multi-year, non-exclusive licensing rights to over 1,500 episodes of MGM …

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Netflix Wants To Help You Navigate ‘Friends’

In October, Netflix announced it will be getting one of the titles customers have wanted most – Friends. That’s the entire series, and it’s coming on January 1st. I don’t know how familiar you are with Friends but that’s 10 seasons or 236 episodes or 83 hours. It had a good run, and there’s a good chance you may not …

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Amazon FreeTime Unlimited Gets A Lot More Content

Amazon announced the addition of some new content to its Amazon FreeTime Unlimited kids offering (previously known as Kindle FreeTime Unlimited). The service is available on Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, and Kindle e-readers. All in all, FreeTime Unlimited now has over 4,000 “common core aligned” books from National Geographic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Capstone Press, Lerner Publishing, Child’s World, Cherry …

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Netflix Will Never Have Offline Viewing

If you thought that Netflix might one day enable you to watch content offline, I’m afraid you’re sorely mistaken. The company has officially shot down the notion that this will ever be offered. Some content providers offer such a feature. Amazon is one of them. “We want our customers to be able to watch their digital videos on all devices, …

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