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Netflix Instant Streaming is a gold mine, with millions of subscribers paying monthly to stream a growing list of TV shows and movies. Recently, Netflix began releasing its own shows...and a new deal with comedian Adam Sandler shows it's ready for movies.
"Make a Difference with Loukoumi" will make its nationally syndicated television premiere this month. It is based on the books by acclaimed author Nick Katsoris.
According to the one-time child star of ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’ portraying the pathologically troubled Norman Bates on ‘Bates Motel’ — a modern-day prequel series based on the film ‘Psycho’ — feels quite natural to the actor.
This week’s releases include anniversary editions from two distinct genres; a director getting back to his roots; an insightful documentary; an appealing first season; and a franchise’s attempt to turn things around.
If you are looking for a job then your resume (or CV) is the key document which will either get you an interview or put you on the reject pile.
It may not be good news in the boardroom of J Sainsbury's in Holborn, central London, but consumers will enjoy a supermarket price war. The latest figures released on Wednesday show profits at the UK-based chain down 2.8 percent.
E-commerce site eBay is is to split away its payments division PayPal. This will mean that the e-bank will be run as a separate company, with eBay's relationship being that of an "arm's length" owner.
For many of us model professionals, office romances are a divisive subject. On the one hand, it’s the perfect way to clear up that awkward sexual tension hovering over the workroom.
A British O2 customer had a nasty case of bill-shock recently after returning from a holiday abroad to find a data charge of £12,500, accumulated by downloading two TV programmes.
The science of encryption has come a long way and the government wants secret access that they know also give hackers the upper hand.
Soon after the iCloud celebrity photo leak, Apple unveiled a new security system designed to protect users from hackers who gain access to accounts by exploiting the company's password recovery system and downloading your backup files.
Are wearable devices really the next big thing in consumer electronics? Or are hardware makers really behind all the hype?
With the massacre of thousands Kurds likely by ISIS terrorists within in eye sight in the city of Kobani, pressure grew on the Turkish government to send its troops, Leopard tanks and jets to their rescue Thursday.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is touting the fact that 63,000 more low-income adults have signed onto the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion program than had previously been projected. Snyder is a Republican and running for reelection on Nov. 4.
During the recent Hamas/Israeli conflict, Western media criticized, condemned and generally lynched the Israeli military for its lopsided victory against Hamas.
Following last year's revelation that female inmates in California prisons were being coercively sterilized as recently as 2010, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has signed a bill outlawing forced sterilization in the state's lockups.
With NBA training camps now open and the start of the college basketball season just around the corner, it's time to take a look at the players that could have a big impact on the year and increase their stock for the draft.
Former FIFA World Player of the Year Kaká is the new highest-paid player in Major League Soccer and will make $7.2 million this season.
With the 2014-15 NBA season set to start at the end of the month, it's time to ask five questions for the Eastern Conference.
At least four boxers of the Philippine boxing contingent in the ongoing Asian Games in South Korea are aiming for their individual gold medals when they face their semi final opponents Thursday in Inchon.
Fifteen workers are missing and believed to have been killed after a massive explosion erupted at a Bulgarian explosives factory.
The UN launched a mission on Thursday to prevent the worldwide spread of Ebola as the US hunted for people who came in contact with the first African diagnosed with the deadly virus outside the continent.
We've all heard the tired cliché that "crime doesn't pay," but this is especially true in the case of one thug who tried to pull off a carjacking when Deborah Smythe, 52, briefly hopped out of her Audi Q3 to open a gate at work and he hopped in.
US health officials scoured the Dallas area Wednesday for people -- including schoolchildren -- who came in contact with a Liberian man diagnosed with Ebola, as it emerged a hospital mix-up saw him initially turned away.
A revolution in Croatian aviation is underway, with the launch of two new services making Croatia's fabled islands accessible from the Middle East in just eight hours.
Leading up to the healthcare law which was stumbled out almost a year ago, President Obama assured small business owners that it would be simple for employers to shop for and secure healthcare coverage.
A patient in a Dallas hospital who became ill a few days after returning from a trip to West Africa has been diagnosed as having contracted the Ebola virus. He is the first known infected person to arrive in this country on a regular commercial flight.
World Alzheimer’s Day, which was on September 21st, 2014, aims to raise awareness on Alzheimer’s and dementia by pulling together organizations from around the world.
Jeff Gordon continued his “drive for five” NASCAR championships with a win on the famed “Monster Mile” on Sunday. By winning the AAA 400, Gordon is on to the Contender Round in this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup.
The Charlotte, NC, Fall Auto Fair has passed again. Owners, car clubs and enthusiasts will now retreat to their winter homes, tell their stories of great finds, show their trophies, and begin preparing for the spring season.
Russia is known for dash and roadway cameras, one of which captured dramatic footage of the moment a bicyclist narrowly escapes death, not once, but twice.
The latest iteration of the BMW Mini — though not as "mini" as before — has been voted by readers of 'auto, motor und sport' as 'the "best-looking car" in the small-car category.
Fifteen workers are missing and believed to have been killed after a massive explosion erupted at a Bulgarian explosives factory.
The UN launched a mission on Thursday to prevent the worldwide spread of Ebola as the US hunted for people who came in contact with the first African diagnosed with the deadly virus outside the continent.
US health officials scoured the Dallas area Wednesday for people -- including schoolchildren -- who came in contact with a Liberian man diagnosed with Ebola, as it emerged a hospital mix-up saw him initially turned away.
One of three Americans detained in North Korea has made a fresh plea for his government's help ahead of a trial that will likely end with a lengthy prison term and hard labour.
You may have heard of robo-advisors, the nickname for online investment platforms that use algorithms to manage clients' money.
Nearly 3 of 4 Americans (73%) would be concerned if they discovered their fiancé had a bad credit rating, according to a new survey by Capital One. Additionally, a spouse's bad credit rating is more likely to concern women (80%), compared to men (66%).
Talk about the looming “fiscal cliff” and “debt ceiling” has presented a fiscal nightmare for many Americans. Various recent reports show that the rocky economic situation has wide-reaching negative effects.
Right in the heart of Los Boliches in Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol, is a tiny restaurant selling only the healthiest vegan and vegetarian food. Even better, not only is the cuisine really good for you, but it's pretty darn tasty too.
The world of strange food seemingly knows no bounds. Japan is a particular hotspot for weird concoctions, so the latest probably won't come as a surprise: a squid-ink burger.
Medicinal, iodine, peat, smoke, seaweed. These might sound like off-putting combinations, but when crafted as Laphroaig a unique and bold whisky is created.
Every year the market city of St. Albans, in England, hosts a beer festival. Digital Journal slipped among the crowds this year to see what was on offer.
A revolution in Croatian aviation is underway, with the launch of two new services making Croatia's fabled islands accessible from the Middle East in just eight hours.
The Eden project in Cornwall, England contains two fascinating biomes. One of the ecological centers contains a tropical wonderland. Digital Journal paid a visit.
"Praia as Catedrais" or Beach of the Cathedrals is a Natural Monument located in Galicia, Spain. Due to its immense popularity with Spanish tourists, authorities have been forced to reduce visitor numbers to avoid degradation of the environment.
Digital Journal visits Varazdin, once the capital city of Croatia, today a charming and lively city close to the Slovenian border.
Musical training helps to shape the developing brain of children. Studies showed that after two years in a music enrichment program children displayed enhanced sophisticated brain responses to spoken syllables.
A new study has revealed how humans become infected with cholera. The infection is linked to RNA in the human body which triggers a rise in temperature. This rise in temperature signals to the contaminating bacterium to release a toxin.
In a ground breaking study Australian scientists have successfully used hookworms to alleviate the symptoms of celiac disease.
Astronomers watching features on Saturn’s moon Titan were astonished to see a “land” feature simply disappear on photos from the Cassini spacecraft. This large feature, a peninsula on the Saturnian hydrocarbon “sea,” seems to have disappeared.
Peru's National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History will display until October 12 a priceless mantle recovered from Gothenburg, Sweden. This textile piece ascribed to the Paracas culture is almost 2,000 years old and is in perfect condition.
A Hungarian scholar has accidentally come across an original score by Mozart which had been thought lost since the maestro wrote it in the 18th Century.
Pioneer Days at the Job Carr Cabin Museum at Old Town Park in Tacoma celebrates the birth of a city while providing entertainment and education to families.
Lena Dunham, the self proclaimed "voice of her generation," is on a roll with her new book, "Not That Kind of Girl," which is going on tour with various opening acts...and people quickly grew upset when it turned out the artists were not being paid.
Starting today, Facebook is rolling out a new ad technology designed to show you ads outside of Facebook, based on what the social network knows about you.
Internet giant Yahoo, in the midst of shutting down a number of products and focusing on building up others, says the company axe will fall on its oldest service.
Inside the Thai zoo where a woman killed herself in a crocodile pond. A Russian cyclist is lucky after cheating death twice. A "ghost" is caught on camera in England. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
Making the rounds online is the result of an experiment by Simple Pickup, a male-drive dating site. An attractive man and woman were each given body adhesives and makeup to look fat when arriving for their Tinder dates to see how the opposite sex reacts.
Leading up to the healthcare law which was stumbled out almost a year ago, President Obama assured small business owners that it would be simple for employers to shop for and secure healthcare coverage.
A patient in a Dallas hospital who became ill a few days after returning from a trip to West Africa has been diagnosed as having contracted the Ebola virus. He is the first known infected person to arrive in this country on a regular commercial flight.
World Alzheimer’s Day, which was on September 21st, 2014, aims to raise awareness on Alzheimer’s and dementia by pulling together organizations from around the world.
Health authorities in China and Southeast Asia are warning travelers to be particularly careful when traveling to Guangdong Province in China, Singapore, Taiwan and Malaysia. Dengue fever is rampant in these areas, with over 80,000 cases reported to date.

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