Netflix has long had a policy on limiting the number of films streaming at any given time, but never took the steps to enforce it. Likely started with the price increase on September 1, the company took steps to squash the volume of video streamed through the service and customers can only watch a single piece of content on one device at a time. For instance, if a user starts and watches Good Will Hunting on an iPhone while working out at the gym, a friend or family member trying to use Netflix to watch a movie at home on a device like the PlayStation 3 or XBOX 360 would get an error message about the limitations of the account. This move also puts pressure on consumers that share accounts across different households.
iPads can be super-handy in the kitchen, but do you really want to be touching your tablet with greasy, meaty mitts? We thought not. The Belkin Chef Stand takes care of the problem by holding your iPad in a chrome-finished stand and providing you with a dedicated stylus that just happens to have magnetic properties so you can turn your iPad 2 on and off without ever touching it. If counterspace is slim, consider the Fridge Mount or Kitchen Cabinet Mount instead, and keep everything from Epicurious to ESPN right at your, ummm, stylustips.
Qianan traffic police stopped a 8-seat school minivan overloaded with 66 children. 12 police cars were used to send the kids home....
We got some hints back in August but here comes the word straight from the main source's mouth. Rihanna has been busy in the studio and will release her sixth studio album in Fall this year. We wonder what kind of sound she will go for.
Two un-named Apple employees have confirmed that Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 5 is “just weeks away,” reports the New York Times’ Nick Bilton. The next-gen device will reportedly sport a “fairly different design"
Today, I was working when I delivered the standard "Hello, how are you?" to a customer. He took the opportunity to tell me about his deceased wife, his estranged children, and his anal tearing. After a while, I tried to help someone else, and he complained to my manager. I was written up. FML
Jamaican-born reggae star Denroy Morgan has been busted on drug charges after cops saw him leaving a Bronx home at dawn carrying 25 pounds of marijuana, police said.
Morgan's capture set off a domino effect that led to the seizure of a 310-pound stash of ganja and the arrest of another man caught toting 16-pounds of pot, cops said.
Known for his 1981 reggae-disco hit "I'll Do Anything For You," Morgan, 66, confessed to cops that he was flush with weed when they pulled his car over Wednesday afternoon and got a whiff of the strong bud, police said.