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Netflix to crack down on VPN users

Netflix will not be taking kindly to VPN users now. After launching in over 190 countries, Netflix plans to take a more proactive approach in blocking VPN users who spoof their location to get access to content not licensed  in their country. 

The company is said to be using "evolving" proxy detectors, which are reported similar to what other firms do. Those who don't use proxies should not see any difference with how they use the service. They don't take issue with account sharing, though. What they are discouraging is VPN use. Netflix has promised they're working on bringing their entire content library to everyone. But with the Netflix Everywhere launch, that might take some time. 

Source: Netflix | Via: Engadget 


Apple to livestream tomorrow's Special Event

Apple has announced that it will livestream tomorrow's Special Event which takes place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in downtown San Francisco. The event begins at 10 a.m. PDT and a link should be accessible from

Requirements for the  Live stream, which uses Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology are an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later, or a PC with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Streaming via Apple TV requires a second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.  The evant is expected to focus on iOS 9, new iPhones and possibly announcements pertaining to new AppleTVs or iPads. Canadian Reviewer is on site and will be reporting from the event.


The Apple Beat: Taking a first spin at Apple Music


By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s collected a vast amount of data through the years (as has Beats) on what music lovers like, there are powerful curation algorithms that ensure that there’s always something new or something surprising for each user each time they fire up the service.

Apple’s new Music Service ‘Apple Music’ kicked off yesterday and was made available to millions of iOS and Mac OS users via respective updates to iOS (8.4) and iTunes on OS X Yosemite. Apple Music is available now in 115 countries.

The service is Apple’s biggest play in music since it created the iPod a decade ago. Since then, iTunes has become the largest music seller in the world and practically changed the game for music distribution and the digital age.

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SoundCloud signs royalty agreement with Merlin to gain access to 20,000 indie labels

SoundCloud you probably heard of or are already using but we’re sure Merlin might be a new name to you. Merlin works with 20,000 indie labels and distributors to work out licensing and loyalty deals, which is what they’ve done with SoundCloud. This will bring labels like Beggars Group (Vampire Weekend), Domino (Animal Collective), Secretly Group (Bon Iver), Kontor Records (Tiësto), and a lot more to SoundCloud’s streaming service. These musicians will also be offered compensation when you play their music.

SoundCloud already has a deal with Warner Music Group and is rumoured to unveil its own streaming service this year. They‘re still, however, having a tough time convincing Sony and Universal to join because the site also hosts copyrighted material without permission. We’re going to have to watch and see if this plan will push through and if they can provide a better alternative to streaming options we have out at the moment.

Source: SoundCloud | Via: Engadget