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Netflix plans to use its recent price hikes to invest $8 billion in original films and anime

Netflix plans to use its recent price hikes to invest $8 billion in original films and anime

Netflix has previously said it wants 50% of its library to be original content in the next few years.
By Thomas McMullan Oct 18 2017, 12:47PM
6 things you need to know about the Apple TV 4K

6 things you need to know about the Apple TV 4K

Apple’s telly box gets the revamp it needed – and the price tag it didn’t.
By Craig Grannell Sep 13 2017, 1:33PM
Head2Head: Sony A1 vs LG B7 - Which is the best OLED TV?

Head2Head: Sony A1 vs LG B7 - Which is the best OLED TV?

We pitched 2017's top two TVs against each other to crown the ultimate king of OLED.
By Verity Burns Jun 15 2017, 11:38AM
Review: LG OLED65E7V television

Review: LG OLED65E7V television

A TV so good you'll never want to stop watching it
By Robert Leedham May 17 2017, 10:54AM
Hands-on Preview: Sony's Bravia A1 OLED takes the crown

Hands-on Preview: Sony's Bravia A1 OLED takes the crown

CES 2017: This speakerless TV looks pretty tasty.
By Robert Leedham Jan 10 2017, 11:31AM
Australian Game of Thrones season six premiere breaks two records

Australian Game of Thrones season six premiere breaks two records

It was the most viewed - and the most pirated - show on Australian television.
By David Hollingworth Apr 26 2016, 3:06PM
Games uber alles?

Games uber alles?

Looking at videogames in the context of a broader media landscape. Videogames are no more the defining media of our time than the comic book was in the 1960s.
By Jason Dreggs May 21 2014, 1:29AM
Foxtel makes a peace offering to Game of Thrones fans

Foxtel makes a peace offering to Game of Thrones fans

There is now a cheaper way to get your fantasy nudity, sexy dwarf, and one-handed Danish person fix.
By David Hollingworth Feb 24 2014, 2:02PM
HBO and Foxtel pretty much ask Australians to pirate Game of Thrones

HBO and Foxtel pretty much ask Australians to pirate Game of Thrones

Foxtel gets impressive new rights to the fourth season of Game of Thrones. Good for them, pretty bad for everyone else.
By David Hollingworth Feb 4 2014, 4:29PM
If you're breaching people’s privacy, at least offer relevant recommendations and ads!

If you're breaching people’s privacy, at least offer relevant recommendations and ads!

Craig Grannell wishes that if companies want to track his every move and preference, they’d do something more useful with the data they collect.
By Craig Grannell Nov 26 2013, 12:11PM
Eyes-on: Philips Ambilight+Hue

Eyes-on: Philips Ambilight+Hue

Philips’ light-up tellies now work with its web-ready bulbs – but do you really want your living room to look like the inside of a tropical fish tank? Yes, you do. And here’s why...
By Tom Wiggins Nov 22 2013, 12:27PM
Apple TV update yanked after bricking devices

Apple TV update yanked after bricking devices

Apple has apparently pulled Apple TV 6.0, after leaving some owners with bricked devices.
By Shona Ghosh Sep 24 2013, 4:38PM
Breaking Bad - to torrent, or not to torrent

Breaking Bad - to torrent, or not to torrent

The final stretch of hit US drama Breaking Bad has just aired in the US - and it's already a pirate bonanza.
By David Hollingworth Aug 12 2013, 3:12PM
Toshiba to launch three giant 4K TVs this August

Toshiba to launch three giant 4K TVs this August

Want to treat your eyes to some 4K goodness? Then you'd better start saving those pennies.
By Esat Dedezade Jul 1 2013, 10:11AM
Has Ubuntu  bitten off more than it can chew?

Has Ubuntu bitten off more than it can chew?

Canonical wants to put Ubuntu onto our TVs, tablets and smartphones, as well as our PCs. Barry Collins weighs up its chances of success.
By Barry Collins May 30 2013, 2:14PM
5 YouTube channels we’d be happy to pay for

5 YouTube channels we’d be happy to pay for

With YouTube seemingly set for paid channels, we look at the ones we love – and the ones that subscription might improve.
By Sam Kieldsen May 9 2013, 8:00AM
Netflix's Ted Sarandos talks Arrested Development, 4K and reviving old shows

Netflix's Ted Sarandos talks Arrested Development, 4K and reviving old shows

Firefly? The Dark Tower? Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos talks about where he'd like to take the streaming video service next.
By Luke Edwards May 2 2013, 7:47AM
Kill Your Television

Kill Your Television

People have always had a tendency to think of media having a life of its own. With the advent of gaming this is becoming true in unexpected ways.
By Staff Writer Mar 1 2013, 12:22AM
BBC to follow Netflix by debuting shows online

BBC to follow Netflix by debuting shows online

Auntie will experiment with the idea of showing programmes on iPlayer before they are broadcast.
By Sam Kieldsen Feb 12 2013, 7:48AM
Lovefilm to show Amazon Studios’ programmes

Lovefilm to show Amazon Studios’ programmes

Watch out, Netflix: Amazon’s upcoming original TV shows will be available for free streaming on Lovefilm.
By Sam Kieldsen Feb 6 2013, 8:06AM