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Evernote's Phil Libin has a theory about apps every developer should ponder

If you work for a technology success story long enough, you're bound to eventually get the question Phil Libin recently struggled to answer: "What are your favorite apps?" The former CEO of Evernote was a guest in an episode of the Tim Ferriss Show podcast, and he was quizzed about his personal preferences on all manner of things. When it came to mobile apps, though, he sounded stumped. In fact, he gently suggested the death knell for apps is nearer than developers may realize. 

Broadcast, OTT video complement each other, Sling TV, Kaltura, other execs say at IBC

Traditional television is not being replaced by over-the-top video: in fact, services like Netflix can complement linear TV, some executives are saying here at IBC. And while it sounds like rhetoric, there is some hard data coming out that supports the idea.

House of Cards producer: Netflix 'had to go into new territory' with original content to succeed

AMSTERDAM-- Netflix may currently sit atop the online video streaming market, but that wasn't always so. One of the elements that put it there was its decision to invest in high-quality original content, House of Cards producer Lord Michael Dobbs told an audience at IBC here.

Netflix confirms South Korea launch plans as analyst floats acquisition possibility

Less than a month after Netflix split its red-hot shares and set a new subscriber record, and just a few days past its closely-watched Japan launch, Netflix has announced that it has set its sights on several other Asian countries. The company will launch in South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan in early 2016, Netflix said.

Netflix stakes big on original content strategy, letting Epix deal lapse and heading for Hollywood

Netflix is about to go almost all-in on original content: the top SVOD provider's five-year licensing deal with Epix has lapsed, meaning that major movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction are off subscribers' plates. But Netflix's executives haven't been all that fussed about the loss of such popular content, even as analysts have fretted.

Getting inside how Rentrak, comScore, Nielsen are tracking OTT user behavior

It's clear that more viewers are turning away from cable and satellite to view TV programs and movies via an online video service provider, but as the OTT video market continues to evolve, there are a number of questions about user behaviors.

Netflix Japan's Softbank partnership features integrated billing; price tiers announced

Softbank mobile customers will be able to sign up for Netflix service once the SVOD provider launches in Japan: the companies announced an agreement that makes it easier to subscribe to and pay for the online video service.

Hawaii to state employees: No, you can't stream Netflix

Responding to a state Office of Information Management and Technology report that public employees were spending between 100 and 300 hours streaming online video from services like Netflix and Hulu, Hawaii is blocking state workers' access to the streaming services while on the job.

Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Charter broadband subscriptions rise amidst ongoing video losses

If there was one common theme the top cable MSOs saw in the second-quarter results, it was that broadband subscriptions continued to rise as more video customers cut the cord in favor of online video alternatives like Netflix and Hulu.

Netflix transitions 100% of IT services into the cloud, citing reliability, ability to scale

By the end of the summer, Netflix will run all of its IT services in the public cloud. The SVOD provider said it is shutting down its last data center soon, the culmination of an initiative that began seven years ago.