Netflix to raise prices, Amazon testing its own delivery service
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Starting on October 19th, Netflix subscribers will be notified of an incoming price hike, bumping the Standard $9.99 plan to $10.99 a month.
The 4K Streaming Plan will also jump from $11.99 to $13.99, but the cost for the entry-level $7.99 service will stay the same.
The new pricing structure will take place over the next month.
According to a Bloomberg report, Amazon is testing it's own proprietary delivery service, which would challenge mainstays like UPS and FedEx The new service dubbed, Seller Flex, is getting a try out on the West Coast first.
Amazon looks to start it's own delivery service for many reasons But it will ultimately allow for more products to be two day Prime shipping eligible.
And finally Microsoft is bringing its Windows 10 web browser to iOS and Android mobile devices starting with a preview version that is out now.
The mobile edge browser can sync data between your phone and PC.
Can also Android users try out a new launcher for their phone which will make their home screen look more like your PC.
If you wanna try it out, you'll need to first become a Windows insider.
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