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    Netflix is now available in Australia, no path for existing users

    Dear Netflix, Welcome to Australia. Like many of you, I’ve been a Netflix subscriber for a couple of years now and prior to today’s Australian availability, I was forced to pretend I was American. Thanks to a DNS, the bits coming from my router, appeared as if the originated...
  • Review: LG’s deliciously gorgeous 55” UHDTV will make you hate 1080p

    You may have noticed the post regularity over the past week or so has been reduced and there’s one very good reason for that. I’ve been spending far too much time with the TV, putting it through it’s paces, but that really over represents this as work, when in...
  • Multitasking doesn’t have to mean multi-screen

    If you’re under the age of 40, then there’s a good chance your TV experience involves multiple displays. Rarely are we content in sitting back and having a passive experience while in front of the idiot box. In this age of the information worker, we’re far more likely to...
  • Sony launches new 3D Home Cinema System with NFC

    While most companies are running away from 3D and focusing on the upcoming UHD, Sony Australia today announces the launch of a new premium 3D Blu-ray Home Cinema System – BDVN9100W. They premium system is said to combine advanced sound quality with premium design and NFC connectivity. This lets...
  • It is all over! TiVo removes all references to Harvey Norman and Joyce Mayne.

    What is a company that doesn’t sell a product? Dead? The answer is yes. TiVo Australia updated their website today and removed all references to Harvey Norman and Joyce Mayne, also known as the only retailers in Australia for the device. Those regular readers of the site will know...
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