Booting Up: Netflix Has 77,000 Sub-Categories So Why Does It Always Suggest The Office?

Soon. (Photo: Netflix)

Uber is distancing itself from an accident in San Francisco that killed a six-year-old. The company says the car wasn’t providing an Uber service during the incident so they’re not at fault. [PandoDaily]

Amazon is slowly putting on its boxing gloves against Netflix. It quietly rolled out its first ad for Prime Instant online video. [Recode]

Netflix has 77,000 sub-categories even though you’re just going to watch 30 Rock again. [Atlantic]

Apparently PlayStation 4 owners watch three times as much porno compared to their Xbox One counterparts. [BuzzFeed FWD]

CES is going to be flooded with celebrities like, uh, Olivia Munn. [AdWeek]


Booting Up: Reportedly, No One Likes Working at Foursquare

Foursquare's Dennis Crowley. (Photo: David Brabyn)

The morale at Foursquare is apparently terrible and everyone wants to leave. One person described the startup’s dire situation as “the building is on fire.” [Business Insider]

Here’s a think piece about what it means for Google now that Bing is Siri’s favorite search engine. [AllThingsD]

The new feature on iOS7 that turns the iPhone into a flashlight is bad news for those apps that claim to do the same thing. One app, which is VC-funded, issued a statement: “We are certainly concerned about this announcement by Apple, as it could affect our core revenue stream.” Sure, that’s your problem. [TechCrunch]

Sony says the Playstation 4 will cost $399, which is $100 less than the XBox One. Clearly Sony didn’t come here to make friends. [Tech Hive]

Just days after launching on Android, Vine is more popular than Instagram on Twitter. [The Verge]