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    13 Girl Power Shows on Netflix Right Now That Will Inspire You

    Netflix is absolutely killing it right now and it is there female-led, girl power focused shows that are really leading the way. At their last quarterly earnings report it was revealed that in the United States, Netflix added 1.93 million subscribers, compared with the average estimate of 1.44 million. This year the company plans to […]

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    Bill Nye’s New Show Will Debut on Netflix on April 21

    Bill Nye, an essential presence in virtually every ’90s K-12 science classroom, is finally coming back to TV — well, sort of. He’s been a pretty steady presence on Facebook for the past few years, so it only makes sense that he’ll be sticking to the internet — his new show, Bill Nye Saves the World, will call […]

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    This Headband Lets You Control Netflix With Your Mind

    The top minds at Netflix have got this wearable tech thing down pat. Every once in a while, the company declares a hack day, letting employees devise all kinds of Netflix contraptions just for fun (but ones that should really be put on the market). A little over a year ago, they warmed up winter […]

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    Sense8 is Getting a 2 Hour Christmas Special

    Sense8 was a summertime hit for Netflix last year, but the Wachowskis’ emotionally-tinged sci-fi adventure has been out of our lives since then. Cold stuff from a show about empathy! Good news is, the long layoff is almost over — season two is coming to Netflix next year, but we’re getting a two-hour Christmas special in a […]

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    Netflix Finally Adds Offline Viewing

    It’s not quite the Holy Grail of Netflix, but it’s close — an update to the iOS and Android Netflix apps is enabling downloads for offline viewing. There are plenty of restrictions, unsurprisingly, but it’s a step toward finally having Netflix on flights or ground-bound public transportation without running through your data cap in the span […]

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    Netflix and Grill Delivers Fresh Ready Meals Directly to Your Door

    It’s a shame today’s April 1 — think of the debates we could have had about the virtues of Netflix and Chill versus Netflix and Grill. Actually, we still can, what’s stopping us? We’re on Team Netflix and Grill, because food is awesome and because everyone knows you can’t Netflix and Chill on an empty […]

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    Homer Simpson Gets the Making a Murderer Treatment

    Netflix’ Making a Murderer documentary series is the latest hit in the admittedly off-putting but seemingly irresistible true crime genre. The series follows the story of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin man who was exonerated 18 years after being wrongly convicted of sexual assault, all to be accused of first degree murder and sentenced to life […]

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    Matt Groening May Be Working On a New Animated Series for Netflix

    Now that Netflix has established itself as a major player in original content, they’re going full speed ahead. They’ve decided to order even more new original series in the quest to become the television channel of the future, and it looks like one of those series might come from Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening, […]

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    Shut Up and Take My Money: Awesome Orange is the New Black iPhone Cases

    Now that you’ve watched at a reasonable pace/binge-watched season two of Orange is the New Black, you’re clearly in need of smartphone cases to identify yourself as someone to avoid if people don’t want things spoiled. Society6 has several new cases based on unofficial fan art from Orange is the New Black. They’re filled with season one references, including a […]

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    D-Link Takes on Roku and Apple TV with Movienite Plus

    Whether it’s Western Digital, Apple, or Roku, everyone is trying to get in on the streaming entertainment box action, and now D-Link has joined the fray with their new DSM-21 Movienite Plus. The Movienite Plus comes with Vudu, Netflix, Pandora, Picasa, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and Amazon, all read to stream out of the box. Plus, […]

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    Roku 2 XS Review

    Lately there has been much less reliance on watching television via a cable or satellite provider; and why wouldn’t there be? There is an abundance of free and inexpensive online content including shows and movies you would see on television as well as internet exclusive content. The only reason most haven’t canned their cable/satellite subscriptions […]

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    3D TV is Dead, Long Live the Smart TV

    By now, you’ve probably heard the term Smart TV bandied about once or twice. Those dedicated to the world of TV tech will no doubt be familiar, but what about the rest of us? What, exactly, are these Smart TVs? Well, do you know what a smartphone is? A good starting point to understanding Smart […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex TV Review

    Seagate’s new FreeAgent GoFlex TV HD Media Player is an easy to use, affordable, and compact home entertainment solution for streaming content to your TV. The FreeAgent GoFlex TV is actually the third generation for Seagate in the home entertainment space. Their first product was the FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player. Soon after they came […]

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    Netflix for Wii Review

      We all my be ensconced with the latest Wii hit Super Mario Galaxy 2. But honestly, before that game came out – the Wii was getting kind of stale and I had grown bored of the same old games that seem to be coming out for this console. Fortunately, Netflix must have sensed my […]

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    MAGHOUND Review

    I might be a blogger, but I still love magazines. A little while ago we gave away subscriptions to MAGHOUND, a new service that can best be described as Netflix for Magazines. For a monthly fee as low as $4.95, you can get 3 magazines delivered to your mail box. But what makes MAGHOUND special […]