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Netflix Will Invest Up To $100 Million In a NYC Production Hub

Netflix is establishing an NYC production hub that will include six sound stages in Brooklyn and an expanded office in Manhattan’s Flatiron District. “It should create ‘hundreds of jobs’ (including 127 executive, marketing and production development roles) over the next five years, and should foster up to $100 million in investments, according to Governor Cuomo,” reports Engadget. From the report: ... Read More »

Ask Slashdot: What’s a Good Chair For a Software Developer?

AmiMoJo writes: It’s time to buy a new chair so I’m turning to Slashdot for recommendations. The Herman Miller Aeron seems to be the go-to, much like the Model M for keyboards, but I’ve heard that there are some other good options on the market. I need something that is comfortable and durable — too many chairs get squeaky and ... Read More »

Ajit Pai Proposes Blocking China-Owned Telecom From US Phone Market

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed denying China Mobile USA’s application to offer telecom services in the U.S., saying the Chinese government-owned company poses a security risk. The FCC is scheduled to vote on an order to deny the application at its open meeting on May 9, and Pai yesterday announced ... Read More »

The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries

If we’re going to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, we’ll need an energy revolution. But there’s a big problem. Making that future a reality will, among other things, require a lot of batteries: batteries to charge our electric cars; batteries to store solar power collected while the sun’s up and wind power harnessed when it’s gusty out. And ... Read More »