Booting Up: The Netflix Home Screen Doesn’t Look Ugly Anymore

Quirky, a startup that builds moderately useful gadgets based on community feedback, raised $79 million in Series D funding with

The New Netflix. (Photo: Provided)
The New Netflix. (Photo: Provided)

Quirky, a startup that builds moderately useful gadgets based on community feedback, raised $79 million in Series D funding with $30 of it coming from GE. [AllThingsD]

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Open Netflix (NFLX) today and it’s going to look different. The company redesigned its home screen with heavier emphasis on images and personalized descriptions. [USA Today]

Hulu to cable operators: Include me! It’s reportedly in early talks with pay-TV companies to be included on to set-top boxes. [WSJ]

Here is a headline: “Google Is Bigger Than Both The Magazine And Newspaper Industries.” [Business Insider]

Start your guessing now of who is going to star in the impending Temple Run movie. [THR]

Booting Up: The Netflix Home Screen Doesn’t Look Ugly Anymore