The company's rosy first-quarter results included a record $1 billion in revenue, but not all the news is good: get ready to pay a little more for your streaming fix.
Think globally, but veg out on your couch locally.
In fact, Comcast streaming speeds shot up 65 percent since Netflix struck an interconnectivity deal with the ISP that gives it better access to Comcast's network.
If you've got the hardware, House of Cards will look a lot sharper.
Yahoo is no stranger to original content, but now the company wants to follow in the footsteps of Amazon, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, and Sony.
From Hong Kong to Japan, these martial arts movies bring plenty of action, and beautiful storytelling too.
Who should pay for heavy bandwidth usage? Netflix thinks it's up to the ISPs and carriers. AT&T isn't convinced.
The streaming media service may be getting improved speeds from Comcast now that it's paying for direct access to the ISP's network, but Reed Hastings doesn't sound too thrilled with the arrangement.
Popcorn Time, the "Netflix for pirates," is back after the original team gave up on the project, presumably due to legal pressures.
The direct connection deal between the streaming video service and the nation's largest Internet provider already produced a slight bump in average speeds.