The world is awash in the most advanced streaming devices ever, with Amazon's new Fire TV Stick 4K Max amping up the processing power, the Wi-Fi support, with Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, a voice control remote and plenty more.
In the war to win the hearts and minds of TV buyers, Sony's 2021 models have a "Cognitive Processor XR" which is designed to "mimic the human brain to deliver a never-before-seen immersive viewing experience."
LG's most sophisticated range of Smart TVs, from the absolute top-of-the-line OLEDs, through to QNED Mini LED TVs and more have launched in Australia, and the full extended launch video is available to watch in this article.
Freeview Australia's enhanced HbbTV service provides more seamless integration between broadcast and on-demand BVOD services.
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.
Amazon promises to take "home entertainment to a new level" with three new Fire TV devices in Australia: the Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Stick and the all-new Alexa Voice Remote.
Hisense’s smart TV operating system interface is called VIDAA, and in its 2021 ULED TV models it is upgraded to VIDAA U5, dubbed as the fastest version yet, adding Google Assistant to the existing Amazon Alexa support, with select models to offer “hands-free” voice control, with new apps and streaming content coming including Kayo for sports lovers - and separately, Hisense TVs powered by Android are also coming.
Do a search for Optus Sport on Samsung TVs and you'll see plenty of people have found ways of doing just that, but now it's officially supported in what is a very sporting decision.
With a redesigned user experience and the introduction of Alexa on Fire TV, the new Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is the company's most affordable Fire TV device, with Full HD streaming, HDR support, Alexa Voice Remote Lite for great voice control and more!
The Internet has overtaken TV as Australia’s main source of news over the last two years, with over 12.7 million Australians (60.8%) now sourcing their news from the Internet - an increase of 1.4 million since 2018, according to new research.
National broadcasters the ABC and SBS are each receiving $2 million in funding from the Federal Government to provide audio description on television programs, making content more accessible for blind and vision impaired Australians.
Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Fiji are set to be the first Pacific countries to have access to more Australian television content delivered through the Australian Government’s PacificAus TV initiative.
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.
Kogan's first Smart HDR 4K LED Android TV range with Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Audio has arrived at special pre-sale pricing of $449.99 for 50-inches, $499.99 for a 55-inch model and $799.99 for a 65-inch model, but the sale ends on at 11.59pm AEDT on October 23.
Broadcaster Foxtel has extended its partnership with CommScope, selecting the broadband services provider to deliver its New Foxtel Experience to subscribers of its TV and on-demand movie services across Australia.
Foxtel and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation have expanded their relationship with the ABC’s iview service to join the suite of on-demand services available through Foxtel’s IQ3 and IQ4 set top boxes.
Chinese consumer electronics powerhouse TCL has launched its "Born a Legend" competition, asking "Aussie content creators to share an ‘everyday hero’ story to win" A$10,000!
What the 4K? Kogan has launched what it says is "the most affordable QLED TV" on the market, with a "quality viewing experience now made affordable" at 55-inches with HDR.
Australian consumers are catching on to Catch-Up TV in record numbers, with new research findings revealing the take up of smart TV’s and devices like Apple TV and Chromecast, are “revolutionising” the way viewers watch content.
The National Basketball Association in the US and Unbnd, an Australian technology company, have announced a content partnership to broadcast NBA TV — the league’s 24/7 dedicated linear channel — and game highlights in a "mixed reality theatre experience" to fans in Australia and Singapore.
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