Movie Frenzy – the promotion that makes selected recent movies available to rent for $3 or less – is back. Its latest incarnation runs from 1 October to 7 October 2021.
Xgimi is a projector brand that you'll find on sale at online stores like Amazon, Catch, Dick Smith, Mobileciti and a number of Australian computer resellers in a range of form factors, with the company's latest model the XHMI Elfin.
App developers need "fair and reasonable terms" when dealing with app stores and "better processes" for the approval of apps to help address the consequences of Google and Apple’s power in the app market, according to a new ACCC report.
Movie Frenzy returns with another chance to watch digitally-delivered movies at cut prices.
Though the US social commerce market is growing at a rapid pace, China is not likely to lose its position of dominance in the near future, according to Italian financial analyst site Finaria.
In what is clearly not a pointless move, Google wants to make a real point of its new Google Play Points program that lets you earn points and rewards for the ways you already use Google Play - and it's free to join with no monthly fees.
The war between Apple and Epic Games is heating up with Apple now stating it will remove Epic Game’s developer account, which not only affects Fortnite but the Unreal Engine too.
An epic battle is shaping up over the fees mobile store owners charge developers. Fortnite developer Epic Games isn’t happy about giving a 30% cut of the millions it makes weekly through these stores.
Australians have a growing taste for sports and video entertainment content sending the Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services market to new heights, reaching 12.3 million total subscriptions at the end of June, according new research from technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
Linius Technologies has entered into a Master Services Agreement with SportsHero Limited via their respective wholly-owned subsidiaries.
Google has shocked the world by banning Huawei from future OS versions and security updates, but existing Huawei handsets will continue getting Google Play app updates, while Huawei promises it will issue security updates instead.
More than $5 million was lost to scams in 2018 involving gift cards — a 38% increase compared to 2017 — with iTunes cards accounting for $3.1 million in losses, according to Scamwatch, the competition watchdog ACCC’s scam warning service.
Cabcharge has officially rolled out its Digital Pass on Android to allow corporate travellers to pay their fares via Google Play.
Telstra-owned video software and services company Ooyala is collaborating with Netherlands-based ODMedia Group to integrate the group’s video localisation and delivery capabilities with Ooyala’s video production, management, distribution and monetisation services.
Symantec has released new research on mobile app privacy on iOS and Android that uncovers how much personal info your apps are gathering, along with a list of 68 fake Android apps featuring aggressively awful adware.
The makers of dodgy apps that are uploaded to the Google Play Store are tricking users into downloading them by inflating the number of times that the app has been downloaded.
Does trying to park sometimes elicit the "crow call" that Graeme Kennedy made famous back in 1975? Well good news, finding parking spots has left last century and has arrived in 2018 with UbiPark.
Ride-sharing service Ola has launched in Melbourne and has flagged future launches in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart.
Vodafone has expanded the areas where its NBN service is available, launched a new 4K HDR Android TV-powered set-top box with terrestrial TV tuner capability, and offers 12 months of Netflix on its top two NBN plans.
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