Netflix and Chill everyone! The internet TV service goes live globally (albeit with a handful of exceptions)

Congrats world! Netflix is finally here, wherever you are (except for a few countries)! Probably the most important announcement made at CES this year and it is finally allowing the entire world to Netflix and Chill!




The renowned internet TV service finally managed to increase its support from 87 countries and territories to 242. The service will NOT be allowed in China, North Korea, Crimea and Syria. But China could get it in the future since the company expressed interest in providing its service there.


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The full list of supported countries includes the most populated areas in the world, suchn as India, Pakistan or Russia, but it also includes some of the smallest pieces fo land:


  1. Afghanistan
  2. Albania
  3. Algeria
  4. Angola
  5. Armenia
  6. Australian Antarctica
  7. Azerbaijan
  8. Bahrain
  9. Bangladesh
  10. Belarus
  11. Benin (Dahomey)
  12. Bhutan
  13. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  14. Botswana
  15. British Indian Ocean Territory
  16. Brunei Darussalam
  17. Bulgaria
  18. Burkina Faso (Upper Volta)
  19. Burundi
  20. Cambodia (Kampuchea)
  21. Cameroon
  22. Cape Verde Islands (Cabo Verde)
  23. Central African Republic
  24. Chad
  25. Christmas Island
  26. Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  27. Comoros
  28. Cook Islands
  29. Croatia
  30. Cyprus
  31. Czech Republic
  32. Democratic Republic of Congo
  33. Djibouti Republic
  34. East Timor (Timor-Leste)
  35. Egypt
  36. Equatorial Guinea
  37. Eritrea
  38. Estonia
  39. Ethiopia
  40. Falkland Islands
  41. Fijian Islands
  42. French Polynesia
  43. Gabon
  44. Gambia
  45. Georgia
  46. Ghana
  47. Gibraltar
  48. Greece
  49. Guinea
  50. Guinea-Bissau
  51. Heard Island and McDonald Islands
  52. Hong Kong
  53. Hungary
  54. Iceland
  55. India
  56. Indonesia
  57. Iran
  58. Iraq
  59. Israel
  60. Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire)
  61. Jordan
  62. Kazakhstan
  63. Kenya
  64. Kiribati
  65. Kuwait
  66. Kyrgyzstan
  67. Lao People’s Democratic Republic
  68. Latvia
  69. Lebanon
  70. Lesotho
  71. Liberia
  72. Libya
  73. Liechtenstein
  74. Lithuania
  75. Macao
  76. Macedonia
  77. Madagascar
  78. Malawi
  79. Malaysia
  80. Maldives
  81. Mali
  82. Malta
  83. Mauritania
  84. Mauritius
  85. Mayotte
  86. Moldova
  87. Monaco
  88. Mongolia
  89. Montenegro
  90. Morocco
  91. Mozambique
  92. Myanmar (Burma)
  93. Namibia
  94. Nauru
  95. Nepal
  96. Netherlands Antilles
  97. New Caledonia
  98. Niger
  99. Nigeria
  100. Niue
  101. Norfolk Island
  102. Oman
  103. Pakistan
  104. Palestine
  105. Papua New Guinea
  106. Philippines
  107. Pitcairn Islands
  108. Poland
  109. Qatar
  110. Republic of the Congo
  111. Réunion
  112. Romania
  113. Russian Federation
  114. Rwanda
  115. Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
  116. Saint Pierre and Miquelon
  117. Samoa
  118. Sao Tome and Principe
  119. Saudi Arabia
  120. Senegal
  121. Seychelles
  122. Sierra Leone
  123. Singapore
  124. Slovakia
  125. Slovenia
  126. Solomon Islands
  127. Somalia
  128. South Africa
  129. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
  130. South Korea (Republic of Korea)
  131. South Sudan
  132. Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
  133. Sudan
  134. Swaziland
  135. Taiwan
  136. Tajikistan
  137. Tanzania
  138. Thailand
  139. Togo
  140. Tokelau Islands
  141. Tonga
  142. Tunisia
  143. Turkey
  144. Turkmenistan
  145. Tuvalu
  146. Uganda
  147. Ukraine
  148. United Arab Emirates
  149. United States Minor Outlying Islands (Baker Island, Midway Atoll, Wake Island)
  150. Uzbekistan
  151. Vanuatu (New Hebrides)
  152. Vietnam
  153. Wallis and Futuna
  154. Western Sahara
  155. Yemen
  156. Zambia
  157. Zimbabwe


If you live in any of these countries, you can be happy, now you too can choose one of the three different monthly plans starting at $9.99. You can get the Netflix app on your tablet or smartphone too and you get a test month where you can check out everything the service has to offer for free, before engaging in a long and expensive relationship with it.


You don’t get regional restrictions on content, which means that you can access anything the US gets, for example. You will be able to browse through thousands of hours of licensed series and content and original Netflix content, and more will be added in 2016 as well.


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Deals News

Samsung promotion goes live – get a SUHD TV and get a free Galaxy S6 to go with it!

Samsung just announced a promotion where, if you make a considerable purchase of a new SUHD TV, you will also get a free Samsung Galaxy S6. How much are you supposed to spend in order to get a $650 freebie? Not less than $1500 it appears. The promotion came live yesterday, on July 19th, and it will last until August 1st.


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This move replaced the existing promotion which offered customers a free year of Netflix when buying a Samsung TV.

This promotion applies only to the SUHD TVs, which is the new brand of HD TVs from Samsung that uses nano-crystal color technology, a fair improvement from LCD screens, and an HDR feature responsible for improving contrast for supported content.

You can get a free Galaxy S6 if you buy one of the following Samsung SUHD TVs:

  • JS9500
  • JS9100
  • JS9000
  • JS8500
  • JS850D
  • JS8600

The cheapest device you can buy is the JS8500, discounted to $1500. The next cheapest TV is the JS9000 which has a price tag of $3500. After buying the TV, you can collect your gift if you go to SamsungPromotions. Com and fill out a form. You will have to wait up to 8-10 weeks before your free 32GB Galaxy S6 gets to you. You cannot opt for more storage even if you are willing to pay for it.

You could also get a Samsung S6 Edge with this promotion, but you would have to buy it separately through a carrier and get only $400 reimbursed. Considering the device is $100 more expensive than the S6, this would be a worse deal for you.

Source: SamsungPromotions via AndroidPolice

Games News

Google Ingress mobile game rumored to become TV show soon

Remember Ingress? The game that changed the face of the world coming from Google and Niantic Labs may become a TV show soon, if we are to believe The Information. The game has been steady in updates and storied content ever since it released in 2012 in beta form and now it may develop beyond the mobile platform realm.




This little interactive experience could become more than just that as Google has partnered with Sean Daniel Co. to create a television show. Rumors say they are in talks for finding a showrunner at the moment. It appears that this move is not centered towards making more profit, but for extending the hybrid reality-fictional world beyond that of the game.

In ingress you take a side – you’re either Enlightened or Resistance – and try to conquer and protect portals located at real world locations in your town where you can meet allies and enemies alike. Hell, you can even try to make some awesome artwork on the map while you’re at it!



It appears that Google is also considering giving creative control to a non-YouTube venue when it comes to the production of the show, names such as Netflix and Hulu being thrown into the mix.

This is all a rumor at the moment, so take everything with a grain of salt. If the project does get greenlighted, would you like to see such an adventure?

Source: The Information


Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pre-order starts March 27th – the phone will be launched on April 10th

Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available for pre-purchase starting March 27th with store availability coming on April 10th. T Mobile and AT&T announced they will be start pre-orders tomorrow as well.


Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge


T Mobile will begin pre-ordering for the 32GB Galaxy S6 at $679.92 up front or $28.33 per month for 24 months. Galaxy S6 Edge will have a price tag of $779.76 or $32.49 per month for 24 months.

AT&T will pre-sell Galaxy S6 the 32GB version for $22.84 on Next 24, which means you will be paying for it for 30 months, whereas the S6 Edge will cost you $27.17 for 30 months. The total price for S6 is $685.20 and Edge costs $815.10 full price.

To seal the deal, T Mobile is also offering on year of basic Netflix to anyone who pre-orders Galaxy S6 until April 12th.

Samsung Galaxy S6 will show up in some retailer stores and at most carrier stores in the US starting tomorrow.

Source: Businesswire


Netflix increases prices by $1, current customers not involved… yet

Netflix decided to increase its prices for European and US citizens alike. The movie and TV show streaming service changed its price change for the new customers only for now, but that will not last for long and old customers will feel this increase in price soon. The $1 rate increase per month is not that much, but considering Redtube sells its service for $8 as well, some new customers could choose another streaming service much easier.

Netflix mentioned existing customers will not get a price or plan change for the next two years, but as comforting as that may be, changes are coming. For now, current customers will pay $7.99 per month for the service whereas new customers will be charged $8.99.