Kogan, the rogue one, has introduced a massive 75-inch TV for under $2K with enough power to destroy the profits of an entire set of competitors.
The rapidly changing landscape of home entertainment, which has seen the rise of OTT in recent years, has claimed a major scalp in Australia. TiVo, once so popular it was a verb in the US, is bringing its Australian run to an end.
Goodbye Windows Media Centre, or Center as Americans spell it, you won’t be in Windows 10 but it sounds like video recording is coming to the Xbox One.
Network DVR (digital video recorder) technology enables content to be stored in the cloud rather than in the hard drive of a traditional DVR or set-top box.
Bush reckons its new Mini BVR320FV DVR is the smallest on the Australian market.
Stephen Conroy, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, is reportedly foreshadowing changes in the legislation to stop Optus offering its TV Now service, following the company's court win last week. Any changes are likely to whittle away at the exemption we currently enjoy to time-shift programs.
The same old TiVo with a bigger hard drive is an insult to loyal Australian TiVo users.
Oops: It's been a day of expensive humble pie for Ruslan Kogan as he decides to honour hundreds of massively discounted orders made thanks to a 'web bug', but in an additional gesture of goodwill is making free shipping available until midnight.
Always seeking to turn adversity into opportunity, Kogan has launched a new campaign in the midst of what the company dubs 'increasingly frugal retail conditions', promoting affordably priced and desirable digital technologies.
The growing use of digital video will be assisted by WD's latest high-capacity drives.
Ooyala's aiming to put commercial video content on all your devices. One login may serve across each screen.
Kogan has ripped retailers a new one claiming that when Apple decides to cut third party retailers such as JB HiFi out of the loop, a huge part of their business will simply evaporate.
The widespread use of VCRs made a lot of us comfortable with the idea of fast-forwarding through the ads. And the emergence of DVRs/PVRs added pristine video quality to the mix. But ads have survived, and at least one industry watcher thinks they'll continue to flourish.
The Koganator has gone on the attack again, presumably striving to continue being the anti-Gerry Harvey, this time by delivering what he calls 'Australia's cheapest and most feature-packed LED TVs'.
The Freeview DTV consortium has announced a new EPG for those equipped with Freeview badged devices. Behind all the bluster and diversionary tactics, this new EPG does add one nice feature that is enticing, but don't rush out and buy a Freeview device.
EyeTV, the highly regarded Mac OS X compatible PVR software from Elgato, has been updated with more 64-bit goodness and some crunchy bug fixes. But there are no new features this time.
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