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  • Fed up with Twitter friends ruining the plots of her favorite TV shows, high school senior and budding software <strong>en</strong>gineer Jennie <strong>La</strong>mere took matters into her own hands. She”s finalizing an Internet browser plugin called Twivo that uses keywords inserted by the user — like a show”s title or the names of characters and actors — to intercept any plot-spoiling tweets. “I was just getting kind of annoyed how on Tuesday, w...

    Spoiler alert! US teen’s browser plugin foils Twitter plot-spoilers

    Fed up with Twitter friends ruining the plots of her favorite TV shows, high school senior and budding software engineer Jennie Lamere took matters into her own hands. She”s finalizing an Internet browser plugin called Twivo that uses keywords inserted by the user — like a show”s title or the names of characters and actors — to intercept any plot-spoiling tweets. “I was just getting kind of annoyed how on Tuesday, w...

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  • ...ts per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Revenue for the quarter was $1.0 billion, up 17 percent from a year earlier. Netflix said it signed up 2 million new customers for its $8-a-month U.S. streaming service, the <strong>la</strong>rgest part of its business, with a total of 29.2 million members. “The <strong>la</strong>unch of “House of Cards” provided a halo effect on our <strong>en</strong>tire service,” Netflix Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings and Chi...

    Netflix grows to over 36 million subscribers worldwide

    ...ts per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Revenue for the quarter was $1.0 billion, up 17 percent from a year earlier. Netflix said it signed up 2 million new customers for its $8-a-month U.S. streaming service, the largest part of its business, with a total of 29.2 million members. “The launch of “House of Cards” provided a halo effect on our entire service,” Netflix Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings and Chi...

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  • ology and awaited guidance on whether its unlicensed use of free, over-the-air broadcasts amounted to a copyright violation. A federal judge in New York ruled in July that the service doesn”t appear to violate copyright <strong>la</strong>w because individual subscribers are assigned their own, tiny antenna at Aereo”s Brooklyn data center, making it analogous to the free signal a consumer would get with a regular antenna at home. Aereo spent the subse...

    TV-over-Internet service expands despite lawsuits

    ology and awaited guidance on whether its unlicensed use of free, over-the-air broadcasts amounted to a copyright violation. A federal judge in New York ruled in July that the service doesn”t appear to violate copyright law because individual subscribers are assigned their own, tiny antenna at Aereo”s Brooklyn data center, making it analogous to the free signal a consumer would get with a regular antenna at home. Aereo spent the subse...

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