You can sort of turn-off auto-play in Netflix, but you really can't. Welcome to the internet of 2018.
The long, slow -- and somewhat agonizing and predictable -- decline continues. A new report "I stream, you stream" from PWC's consumer intelligence series suggests that streaming services like Netflix continue to chip away at the once formidable Cable TV providers. 73% of survey respondents (1,986 people) said that they subscribed...
With Vudu's disc to digital service you'll actually need to get in your car. Yes, this cloud has highways.
What's the worst that can happen? Just smile and laugh. It shows confidence.
Netflix is a recognized brand, and if the service is offered as part of a service plan, it could signal a sea shift in the way consumers evaluate traditional cell phone carriers. Could it be that Verizon's ultimate competition become massive content distributors such as Amazon?
The "Neflix Effect" - it really could be called the "Profit Effect" or the "Profit Motive" because it's all about low variable costs for provisioning additional subscribers, and the flow of nice juicy profit margins that follow.
When Amazon is serious about market share, they can be ruthless. Remember, this is the company that was just selling books not that long ago. It's a clever move that leverages Amazon's core strength: volume.
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