Global networking vendor Cisco is supporting the Nine television network’s transition to digital with the network’s North Sydney office being entirely connected to Cisco’s digital infrastructure built on IP fabric to provide increased efficiency, agility and flexibility.
D-Link A/NZ has launched two new advanced HD Wi-Fi Cameras complete with an enhanced mydlink app.
Foxtel shocks with its new $99 Android-powered Box, designed to be "an affordable and easy-to-use device designed to stream the best choice of the world’s biggest new shows, live sport and complete seasons to consumers’ TVs".
Reviews are saying this is a tremendously fantastic TV, taking LG’s OLED panel and adding a stack of Sony smarts that make this TV state-of-the-art.
If you have kids and are a fan of NETGEAR’s awesome Arlo, there’s now a super-advanced Arlo Baby camera to keep watch over your family’s newest and most precious members.
Panasonic's new range of whiteboards includes fully interactive, digital, 75” 4K and 65” HD touch screens.
Who ever heard of an action camera with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor, built-in LTE connectivity, video at up to 120fps, native clients for YouTube, and more?
It’s not hard to understand why SVOD service Stan has finally launched on Xbox One - SVOD services want to be on as many different devices as possible.
Sony has announce an extremely portable handheld projector with screen mirroring, HDMI, 1920x720 HD resolution, a 3400mAh battery and more for $699, coming January 2016
Presto’s tagline is ‘demand more,’ and with the streamlining and updating of its community site, it’s good to see Presto demanding more even of itself.
Yesterday’s Presto HD story was because other news organisations broke today’s embargo, so here’s the official details from the horse’s mouth.
Although Presto has been testing HD content for a while now, the official launch with 2500 hours of HD content starts 1 September 2015.
All six Star Wars films - the three original epics and the three less than epic sequels - are coming to iTunes with stacks of extras.
Netgear’s world-first 100% wireless HD smart home security camera has landed in Australia at last, and for affordable, easy, effortless surveillance it’s a wireless wonder!
There’s only one day to go before Netflix Australia goes live, but a leak to Reddit and Imgur appears to have spilled the beans early.
The world’s first ‘premium waterproof e-ink e-book reader’ has been announced today in late November but won’t make a splash in the Aussie marketplace until the 5 February 2015.
AMD has announced a price drop for its Radeon HD cards, along with a new free game program featuring Saints Row 4.
Aimed at the video conferencing market as well as users of Skype and other video-capable applications, new models in Creative's Live! Cam range provide HD video and noise reduction.
Popular VoIP and messaging application Viber is already available on several smartphone platforms, and has just launched a new beta for BlackBerries and Windows Phones, but without voice calls on those two new platforms – yet.
Nokia Australia has decided to focus on its Lumia range of Windows Phone 7.5 devices and not sell the Nokia PureView 808 in the ANZ region, leaving those interested to wait for future models – or seek the revolutionary 41 megapixel smartphone via grey or direct import channels instead.
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