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Optus is introducing Optus SubHub - an application that simplifies content subscriptions and memberships by putting them in one place and allowing eligible Optus customers to save money and discover new content options.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

ACMA has released subscription video on demand Australian content results for 2019-2020. As at 30 June 2020, Australian program titles representing 3,080 hours of content was available on these services.

Published in Technology Regulation

Whether it's Netflix, Disney+, Stan, Binge, Foxtel Go or some other TV streaming service, Finder has found 44% of Aussies "freeload off a friend or family member's" subscription, equating to an estimated 8.5 million Australians "moochers".

Published in Entertainment

Although eBay has already had its giant sale last month, it is competing with Amazon's Prime Day sale with a stack of fantastic deals and offers of its own.

Published in Home Tech

Australian Prime members will be first in the world to access deals from 15 July 15 which will "feature tens of thousands of products available at discount prices across all categories including Alexa-enabled devices, Fashion, Video Games, Books, Home, and Kitchen".

Published in Home Tech

Promising IPX8 water resistance with a 7-inch, 300dpi Paperwhite display that proffers "the latest e-ink technology, and colour adjustable front light", the all-new thin and light Kindle Oasis is no mirage in the desert!

Published in Home Tech

Telstra has partnered with Amazon to deliver the Prime Video app to Telstra TV, with Amazon Prime members in Australia now able to watch popular TV shows and movies via the Prime Video app on Telstra TV.

Published in Entertainment

It will come as no surprise for many to hear that Apple is looking to release a new low-cost streaming device to compete with the likes of Google Chromecast, Roku, and Amazon Fire.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 09:52

Amazon disses Aussie DC fans over Aquaman preview

Amazon is trumpeting advance showings of the forthcoming Aquaman movie – but Australian Amazon Prime members will miss out.

Published in Core Dump

If you've been harbouring a hope, new or otherwise, that an eBay Plus vs Amazon Prime price war would awaken, your wish looks to have been granted, but as always, you'd better be quick.

Published in Home Tech

Amazon's Prime Day events are hugely popular in the US, but now that Amazon Prime launched in Australia from midday 19 June, it's time to get primed for our own Prime Day (and a half) on 16 July.

Published in Home Tech

Global-gone-local marketplace Amazon.Com.Au now offers Amazon Prime in Australia, with free two-day delivery, plus Prime Video, Prime Reading, Twitch Prime and other inclusions.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 13 December 2017 04:00

Amazon Fire TV Stick Basic Edition in Oz for $69

With Amazon having finally gone live in Australia last week, its Fire TV Stick has been on sale down under, too.

Published in Home Tech

The long-awaited debut of Amazon Prime on Apple TV has finally debuted with universal search, Siri Remote, integration with the Apple TV app and more, with Apple users primed for its arrival.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 04 October 2017 15:12

NFL a flop for Amazon Prime Video?

There's no indication that live NFL matches are a drawcard for Amazon Prime Video in Australia.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 28 September 2017 15:09

NFL leads Amazon Prime Video October schedule

Amazon is making a play for the sports audience in its Prime Video line-up for October, but the geek market isn't overlooked.

Published in Entertainment

Bingeing on multiple TV episodes one after the other is prevalent amongst Video-on-Demand subscribers, as consumers flock to VOD services in droves, according to a new global market report.

Published in Entertainment

So-called Over the Top (OTT) TV providers like Netflix and Amazon Prime are expected to generate $31.6 billion by 2019, up from just under $8 billion last year, and posing an increasing competitive threat to traditional broadcasters.

Published in Entertainment

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