The Seven television network has teamed up with Optus to develop a channel featuring Seven’s coverage of Tokyo 2020 in 4K Ultra HD, which will be exclusively available to Optus 5G Home customers via Fetch.
The Melbourne Cup is the race that stops the nation, and watching online is a great alternative to watching on TV, so what are your options?
Fifty-eight percent of those who consume news in Australia do so on their smartphones, the first time this percentage has overtaken the consumption on computers and tablets, according to the seventh annual Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018.
If you want to watch the Melbourne Cup, and you're nowhere near a TV or a TAB, then you catch watch from your smartphone or tablet, and at around 3 minutes long, you won't ruin your data limit.
The FBI has warned consumers to consider cyber security prior to introducing smart, interactive, Internet-connected toys into their homes or trusted environments.
Online comparison website iSelect has launched its Top-Level Domain (TLD) — .iselect — as it moves to claim a market position as Australia’s “first and only” life admin store.
Twitter Australia and Seven West Media have announced "an exciting partnership allowing Seven to amplify audience reach across Seven’s premium programs and event-based sports content".
If you want to watch the 2015 Melbourne Cup live from your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac, here’s how and where to go.
Presto’s Mr Robot has been described as if ‘Stanley Kubrick wrote Fight Club and it was about hackers”, with one special Ch 7 airing on 21 August.
With all the new legal streaming services in Australia, what are the important things to consider when signing up to a streaming service? Here’s ACMA’s advice.
While Netflix is expected to offer both movies and TV shows for its $9.99 monthly charge, Presto thinks it can charge $9.99 per month just for TV or movies, with both services to cost $14.99 per month.
Presto’s Christmas movie selection is one way the promise of a white Christmas in Australia’s summer can be fulfilled - is it tempting enough?
Seeking to smash Netflix, Foxtel’s Presto has announced a deal with its new Ch 7 partner to bring ‘compelling programming’ to Presto that is ‘so good, you won’t believe it’s legal’.
An analysis of local catch-up TV services by Screen Australia revealed that local content accounts for 58% of the available programs.
Channel 7's catch-up service is available on a growing number of TVs without the need to involve a computer. LG is the latest manugacturer to join the clan.
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