Packages of DVDs await shipment at Netflix's headquarters in San Jose, Calif.
October 10, 2011 Bowing to customers' anger and confusion, the company is backpedaling on a move to divide its streaming and DVD movie offerings. Netflix is doing away with its Qwikster service before it even launches — but it's keeping the price increases announced in July.
The red Netflix envelope is due to be replaced by Qwikster.
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September 19, 2011 The company says DVDs-by-mail and streaming movies on the Web have become two different businesses with different cost structures. Now, you can pay for just one or the other — or both, of course.
July 13, 2011 NATO says troops died in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan; an oil pipeline is reportedly bombed in Syria, Los Angeles city councilwoman Janice Hahn wins special congressional election; movie rental company Netflix boosts fees; and the National League wins the All Star Game
If you ever look like this, it's a definite sign that you have Netflix Streaming Syndrome.
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April 27, 2011 I just found out I have a disease. It's called, "Netflix Streaming Syndrome." Actually, to be fair, it's more like Netflix/Hulu/Xfinity/Amazon/YouTube Streaming Syndrome. While our streaming obsession is easy to laugh off, there's something to be said about our addiction to immediate media content.
If you don't know what she's holding, ask your mom or dad.
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November 22, 2010 Being old enough to remember vinyl records, 8-track tapes, cassettes and Betamax, we know a little something about the demise of once popular ways to be entertained.
August 11, 2009 Netflix handles a mind-numbing array of DVDs every day in a complex series of warehouses that are kept tucked away and top secret. Until now.
October 14, 2008 I may get around to letting Netflix send me A Foreign Affair but first I just want to see Iron Man.
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