Netflix Just Made It Way Easier To Stream Shows On the Go

Now Netflix subscribers can stream TV shows and movies at a lower quality so they don’t have to worry about hitting data caps on their mobile plans. The post Netflix Just Made It Way Easier To Stream Shows On the Go appeared first on WIRED.

Netflix Just Made It Way Easier To Stream Shows On the Go

Now Netflix subscribers can stream TV shows and movies at a lower quality so they don’t have to worry about hitting data caps on their mobile plans. The post Netflix Just Made It Way Easier To Stream Shows On the Go appeared first on WIRED.

It’s Official: The Smartphone Market Has Gone Flat

It’s Official: The Smartphone Market Has Gone Flat

Worldwide, smartphone makers shipped a total of 334.9 million devices in the first quarter of 2016, according to market research firm IDC. The post It’s Official: The Smartphone Market Has Gone Flat appeared first on WIRED.

It’s Official: The Smartphone Market Has Gone Flat

Worldwide, smartphone makers shipped a total of 334.9 million devices in the first quarter of 2016, according to market research firm IDC. The post It’s Official: The Smartphone Market Has Gone Flat appeared first on WIRED.

Hey, Nokia Isn’t Just a Company That Used to Make Phones

Nokia got out of the cell phone market and is doing just fine, thank you. So why is it buying a company that makes internet-connected scales, of all things? The post Hey, Nokia Isn’t Just a Company That Used to Make Phones appeared first on WIRED.

Hey, Nokia Isn’t Just a Company That Used to Make Phones

Nokia got out of the cell phone market and is doing just fine, thank you. So why is it buying a company that makes internet-connected scales, of all things? The post Hey, Nokia Isn’t Just a Company That Used to Make Phones appeared first on WIRED.

The Future of Advertising Is … Kim Kardashian Emoji?

The Future of Advertising Is … Kim Kardashian Emoji?

Probably not. But marketers are using them to reach us where we spend so much of our time: our phones. The post The Future of Advertising Is … Kim Kardashian Emoji? appeared first on WIRED.

The Future of Advertising Is … Kim Kardashian Emoji?

Probably not. But marketers are using them to reach us where we spend so much of our time: our phones. The post The Future of Advertising Is … Kim Kardashian Emoji? appeared first on WIRED.

Google Isn’t Done Wringing Profits Out of Search Yet

Google today boasted of growing video advertising on YouTube was improved games sales on Google Play. But bigger mobile search revenues stole the show. The post Google Isn’t Done Wringing Profits Out of Search Yet appeared first on WIRED.

Google Isn’t Done Wringing Profits Out of Search Yet

Google today boasted of growing video advertising on YouTube was improved games sales on Google Play. But bigger mobile search revenues stole the show. The post Google Isn’t Done Wringing Profits Out of Search Yet appeared first on WIRED.

Taking Flight: Humanitarian Groups Must Tap the Power of Startups

The current refugee crisis differs from every mass migration before it because these travelers are so connected. The post Taking Flight: Humanitarian Groups Must Tap the Power of Startups appeared first on WIRED.

Taking Flight: Humanitarian Groups Must Tap the Power of Startups

The current refugee crisis differs from every mass migration before it because these travelers are so connected. The post Taking Flight: Humanitarian Groups Must Tap the Power of Startups appeared first on WIRED.


Netflix Is No Net Neutrality Hypocrite for Slowing Down Video

There may be problems with Netflix’s decision to slow down video to subscribers on certain networks. But net neutrality is not one of them. The post Netflix Is No Net Neutrality Hypocrite for Slowing Down Video appeared first on WIRED.

Netflix Is No Net Neutrality Hypocrite for Slowing Down Video

There may be problems with Netflix’s decision to slow down video to subscribers on certain networks. But net neutrality is not one of them. The post Netflix Is No Net Neutrality Hypocrite for Slowing Down Video appeared first on WIRED.