A raft of home entertainment products announced by Sony at CES 2018 is starting to appear in Australian shops.
This is no superhero movie. One of Marvel’s most beloved characters is framed in a less-than-superhero way in the Blu-ray release of Logan.
Microsoft has launched what it claims is the ‘world’s most powerful console’, and seeing as it runs on AMD processors, will it finally also be a Windows 10 PC?
Blu-ray 4K UHD is protected by AACS 2.0 encryption technology and if a new torrent is kosher then the seemingly uncrackable has been cracked.
The Martian was nominated for seven Academy Awards when it was released in cinemas last year.
Australia’s first UHD, 4K resolution, HRD compatible Blu-Ray player quietly hit the shelves last week. The incredible image quality and reasonable price make this the one to buy – even if you don’t yet have a 4K TV.
Panasonic has launched ‘an optical disk-based data archival solution which extends the lifespan of stored data by up to 40 years’, dramatically lowering costs.
Panasonic has unleashed a stack of new products aimed squarely at business users, including new Toughbooks, 4K broadcast cameras, archival storage, AV, Security and Unified Comms.
Part KickAss, part James Bond and part music video clip, Kingsman: the Secret Service has been released for the home and packs a comic-book level of action in a suave suitcase of new and veteran actors delivering hip dialogue.
Mobile data traffic equivalent to over 10 billion Blu-ray movies will be generated by smartphones, featurephones and tablets over the next four years, but the majority of the traffic won’t be carried over cellular networks.
As the great debate over who should stop piracy in Australia continues to rage, a new player has emerged offering consumers digital copies of their BluRays and DVDs, stored in the cloud.
Toast 12 has been launched, but do you need to upgrade?
We've probably all mislaid a TV remote at one time or another. But what if it were strapped to your wrist?
Ashampoo's Movie Studio aims to make it easy to edit, dress up and convert videos.
One of the problems of the connected lounge room is 'box sprawl' - the need to add a box to add new functions. One way of reducing the clutter without the expense of buying a smart TV is to upgrade to a smart Blu-ray player.
An analysis of local catch-up TV services by Screen Australia revealed that local content accounts for 58% of the available programs.
The venerable disc burning tool is evolving into a media conversion utility.
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