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Why are so many pre-existing IPs turning to TV? It’s complicated

At ATX Television Fest, execs discuss why familiar franchises keep hitting small screens.

Verizon accused of throttling Netflix and YouTube, admits “video optimization”

Verizon claims mobile video experience not affected; some customers disagree.

Netflix surges to record high as company adds non-US subscribers

There are now more people streaming Netflix outside the US than domestically.

The science of Spectral: Is that really how Bose–Einstein condensate behaves?

An actual Bosendash;Einstein condensate scientist reviews Spectral's science. Plus a response from the film's director, Nic Mathieu.

How Facebook, Google, Netflix, and others supported net neutrality today

See how websites, advocacy groups, and even some ISPs defended net neutrality.

New Netflix film Okja is sci-fi satire so sharp it will...

Bong Joon Ho is back with a dark, futuristic fairy tale about GMO pigs and corporate insanity.

Castlevania on Netflix falls one whip short of a good crack

A few quality bits, but bizarre game conversion is somehow too short and too long.

The Growing Danger of IP Theft and Cyber Extortion

The recent hacks of Disney and Netflix show the jeopardy that intellectual property and company secrets are in, fueled by cheap hacking tools and cryptocurrencies.

How to install Linux on a Chromebook (and why you should)

Crouton and Gallium OS turn Chromebooks into Linux laptops.

Breaking Bad execs move to Apple to lead original video content

Carpool Karaoke is just the beginning.

Netflix re-joins fight to save net neutrality rules

Netflix changes tune, says it "will never outgrow the fight for net neutrality."