Top Tech Stories of the Day: Study: Netflix Not Cannibalizing Traditional TV Viewing

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Top Tech Stories of the Day: Study: Netflix Not Cannibalizing Traditional TV Viewing

by Wochit 1:32 mins

According to a new study, users of streaming services are watching the same amount of programming as non-users. Despite persistent concerns that streaming services like Netflix are leading to cord-cutting, data obtained by TiVo Research and Analytic shows that subscribers are still watching the same amount of TV as people in households without Netflix subscriptions. After a one-week delay following a huge security breach that forced its developer portal offline for days, Apple has finally released iOS 7 beta 4 for the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch to developers, just as BGR exclusively reported would be the case. Apple's third iOS 7 beta was released three weeks ago and it was packed full of bug fixes and refinements. Apple will release iOS 7 to the public this fall alongside the new iPhone 5S, a new iPad and possibly a new entry-level iPhone dubbed "iPhone 5C" as well. As the online-streaming video site ramps up more original series, a study by TiVo's research arm finds no significant difference in the amount of TV watched by people who subscribe and those who don't.

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