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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.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 11 August 2021 21:24

Salesforce announces streaming service Salesforce+

Move over Netflix; Salesforce is the latest streaming service on the block except the focus is engaging business stories, live events, thought leadership, and expert advice. Salesforce+ is the streaming service to inspire and motivate everyone.

Published in CRM

Webroot research has found 92% of illegal streaming sites were found to contain some malicious content, in a warning that targets not only Euro 2020 viewers, but for anyone hoping their illegal sports streaming doesn't end up souring your computer like a lemon.

Published in Home Tech

Aussies are watching more content online, with 55% of them watching video via online subscriptions in a week.

Published in Entertainment

Camera retailer digiDirect is expanding into computers, mobile phones, gaming and streaming products, and has made two appointments to support the move.

Published in People Moves

Epos Audio has released a range of high-quality audio equipment over the last two years and today announced its first microphone - and what a microphone it is. The Epos B20 is a studio-quality microphone with a premium feel but at an affordable price.

GUEST INTERVIEW: The livestreaming trend is taking off and the market is projected to be worth $184.3B by 2027, according to Restream, and Bigo Live aims to be an even bigger part of the trend than it is now.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: The livestreaming trend is taking off and the market is projected to be worth $184.3B by 2027, according to Restream, and Bigo Live aims to be an even bigger part of the trend than it is now.

Published in Entertainment

Qobuz is the world’s first music platform to offer hi-res streaming and downloading, and it has arrived in Australia, making its growing catalogue available to Aussie music lovers and audiophiles for true aural pleasure.

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The days of watching F1 on any free-to-air network are numbered, if the analysis from analyst firm GlobalData is correct, with an estimate loss of US $246.49m from ticket sales a worst-case scenario.

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Opensignal has released its Global Mobile Network Experience Awards 2021, and while neither Telstra, nor Optus or Vodafone appear in the top two award tiers anywhere in the world, Telstra has beaten Optus in every third-tier award category save one.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Chinese smartphone brand vivo conducted a live demonstration of 8K UHD video streaming powered by mmWave 5G, which the company says highlights its "strength in the research and development of 5G mmWave technology."

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A new player has arrived down under with a range of "high quality, cost effective range of microphones, web cameras, headphones and accessories into the A/NZ market", billed as perfect for the "music recording, broadcast, post product and streaming markets."

Published in Home Tech

From today, the Apple TV app, including Apple TV+, is now finally available on Google's rather excellent ChromeCast with Google TV, with more Google TV devices to come, according to a new blog post by Jonathan Zepp, the Director of Media & Entertainment, Android and Google Play.

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Whether it's Netflix, Disney+, Stan, Binge, Foxtel Go or some other TV streaming service, Finder has found 44% of Aussies "freeload off a friend or family member's" subscription, equating to an estimated 8.5 million Australians "moochers".

Published in Entertainment

European professional audio products vendor Thronmax has entered the Australian and New Zealand markets, claiming it can provide everything that is needed to start a career as a successful content creator.

Published in Entertainment

Billing it as a "giant leap forward for sports streaming with Kayo", Telstra says its Kayo Sports partnership will "deliver a world-class sporting entertainment experience with more value and more sports on more screens for Live Pass customers."

Published in Entertainment

BIGO Live - it's a live video streaming app with over 400 million users in 150 countries, and at its gala awards event overnight, over 100,000 Aussies and New Zealanders were there to cheer on six regional representatives.

Published in Entertainment

Turning the phrase "Netflix and Chill" on its head, Finder says that buffering issues experienced by those watching streaming media services are suffering from "Netflix and freeze".

Published in Home Tech

Billed as the "race that stops the nation", there's talk that the 2020 version will be the "race that starts the nation" given the COVID-19 craziness, so how you do watch The Melbourne Cup live from anywhere you can get a mobile or Wi-Fi data connection?

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