The much anticipated final episodes of Breaking Bad will be available to watch on Netflix UK immediately following their US Broadcast. Starting from August 12th, episodes will be live every Monday after their stateside broadcast.
The standard gadgets recommended in Christmas gift guides across the globe are boring, and they quickly become unused after the first few days of use 'just to show Grandma you're enjoying her present.' It's with this determination to do better, both for you and your loved ones, that we have compiled ten presents that will not only fascinate people upon first use; but stand the test of time.
Citing “multiple sources familiar with Redmond’s plans”, The Verge has been tipped that Microsoft is planning to launch an Xbox-branded set-top box, similar to Apple TV, built to deliver movies and TV shows as found on the 360 marketplace, as well as more ‘casual games’ – most likely to be downloadable Xbox Live Arcade titles.
Let's address the elephant in the room. There is a vast plethora of TV content beyond our grasp in the UK: either available to us many months later, or via the many illegal streaming sites which have sprouted to tackle the issue. The amount of location content locks we come across can become a little more than annoying. It's at this point that I introduce you to UnoTelly.
“We offer a much better user experience than Lovefilm,” said Reed Hastings, chief executive of Netflix, upon the launch of the typically-US rental streaming service in the UK earlier this month. “[We have] HD video streams, we are on more platforms, such as Nintendo Wii, and we have a broader content offering.” With just a couple of publicity-sodden sentences, Hastings’ intentions were blindingly obvious: he had kick-started the bid to become the UK’s biggest film and TV on-demand service, looking to overthrow the Amazon-owned Lovefilm on its own turf. Having enjoyed the delights of Netflix for nearly a month now, we felt it the perfect time to reflect on our own streaming habits and highlight the advantages, or indeed disadvantages, of the service. But rather than merely perform a clear-cut review, we’re putting it up against current UK favourite Lovefilm and its own on-demand package (ignoring its by-post service) to crown what we believe to be the best streaming deal out there at the moment.
So there was money in the Banana stand the entire time! Netflix has signed a deal with both Fox and Imagine Television to contribute part of the production costs to film and show the new series of Arrested Development exclusively on the streaming service, in the first half of 2013.