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  • [New] Companies like Disney, Netflix, Amazon and Apple recognize that consumers will not want to spend on all of their subscriptions, potentially costing hundreds of dollars, and will opt instead for a small group they deem to be worth the most money. Entrepreneur Europe
  • [New] Netflix is banking on offering video games on its streaming platform within 2022. Euler Hermes
  • One month after its vague announcement of a new gaming-centric strategy, Netflix has explained how it will publish video games in the foreseeable future: as downloadable smartphone apps, available exclusively for paying video-streaming subscribers. Ars Technica
  • Learning experiences will offer Amazon-like ease of access and be highly compelling, even binge - worthy, drawing students from one module to the next like the latest Netflix series. Smart
  • Netflix plans to offer video games. Benzinga
  • Bisson added, With the newer studio direct streaming platforms already beginning to emulate Netflix's strategy of commissioning new scripted content outside the U.S., there could not be a better time to be a European content creator. TVEUROPE
  • Netflix clearly sees an opportunity in a world where more people are either playing games or interacting with gaming in some way. techzone360
  • Shop, an online store selling apparel and products based on its content catalog, and last month it announced plans to open the first-ever permanent physical store in Tokyo in 2022. The Drum
  • Netflix is expanding its retail operations further as it announces plans to open its first ever permanent physical store in 2022. Latest Retail Technology News From Across The Globe - Charged
  • Apple's surround sound for headphones could provide a more immersive experience for Netflix customers while watching movies and TV series. MobileSyrup
  • Both Netflix and Disney's Disney + attracted fewer streaming subscribers than expected in the first quarter, and Netflix actually shed subscribers in the U.S. and Canada in the second quarter. Digiday
  • The challenge for the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Disney will be to ensure a healthy pipeline of content and keep customers signed up. The Times
  • Netflix is planning to offer mobile games to subscribers ad-free at no extra charge as early as 2022. Latest Retail Technology News From Across The Globe - Charged
  • Netflix will require vaccinations for zone A personnel on film and TV sets. helios.web
  • Network splicing can guarantee that whether you have got kids playing video games, watching Netflix or both, nothing will interfere with the dedicated services that require the full power of 5G. / UK Forbes
  • Netflix's expansion into direct e-commerce is expected to be a game changer for the streaming giant in the long haul, much like competitors such as Disney and NBC Universal. Yahoo Finance
  • Global roaming data traffic from 5G subscribers will increase from 2.6 PB in 2021 to 770 PB by 2026; representing enough data to stream 115 million hours of 4K video from platforms such as Netflix. Resource Centre
  • Global roaming data traffic from 5G subscribers will increase from 2.6 petabytes in 2021 to 770 petabytes by 2026; which Juniper claims represents enough data to stream 115 million hours of 4K video from platforms like Netflix. National Technology
  • Netflix's gaming venture will start with ad-free games for mobile devices like phones and tablets, which will be available on the streaming service at no extra cost. CNet
  • Netflix will both develop games in-house and license games from outside studios, as it does with film and TV. investing.com
  • Disruption forces established businesses to alter their processes, adapt, or lose - how Blockbuster fell to Netflix. Modern War Institute

Last updated: 19 September 2021


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