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* Netflix announced changes to the low end of its pricing scheme. The "all-you-can-eat" DVD and streaming plan for $9.99 was split into two separate plans: $7.99 for unlimited streaming (no DVDs) and $7.99 for unlimited DVDs, one disc at a time (no streaming). That means if you want to keep streaming and renting DVDs, you'll need to pony up 60% more moving forward, or $15.98 a month. Colleague Dan Primack argues the changes will hurt the Postal Service, since Netflix's expenditures on DVD postage made up roughly 20% of the Postal Service's first-class "flats" last year. (Netflix and Fortune)
Confirms the demise of three online services. Offers instructions for saving your work
Steve Jobs' iCloud keynote speech on June 6 left a lot of unanswered questions, many of which Apple (AAPL) answered in an FAQ posted Friday. The highlights:
iWeb, Apple's web hosting service, is indeed disappearing on June 30, 2012. Instructions for moving to a new host are available here.
Photos and movies stored on a MobileMe Gallery will go away MORE
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