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mandril
3 weeks ago

Yes, I know that Verizon says that they don’t throttle Netflix. I also know that watching Netflix on Verizon FiOS with 50+mbps download speeds is nearly...

kreiley
9 weeks ago

I have a Netflix account, so I’m not trying to get anything for free, but is there a way to access other regions Netflix libraries (...

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ernard
9 weeks ago

When companies like Netflix and Verizon are arguing about peering and who is to blame for poor connection speeds, what exactly are they talking about? What...

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PapaRiver
9 weeks ago

Is there a way to objectively determine whether my ISP is throttling Netflix?

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owen
16 weeks ago

Netflix is planning to increase subscription prices by $1 to $2 a month according to Bloomberg Businessweek. Is this enough to cause the company to lose...

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ernard
24 weeks ago

My family’s Wii served a long and noble role as a gaming system for years, but now it is mostly used for streaming Netflix, Hulu and occasionally YouTube....

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catamount
25 weeks ago

It seems to me that it would have made sense for Netflix to wait a while for the FCC to rewrite net neutrality rules now that the existing rules have been...

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