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Displaying items by tag: HDTV

The stars of Sony's latest range of TVs are what the company claims to be the first 55in and 65in 4K models in the country, but there are also some interesting features in the new lineup of HD models.

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The BBC broadcast some of the London Olympics in 8K super high definition; the first 4K TVs are already on sale in Japan and you can buy (on a USB stick) the first full length movie shot in 4K resolution.

Published in Entertainment

New surveillance cameras from Axis are low-cost and easily installed, making them ideal for home and small business applications.

Published in Security
Thursday, 08 March 2012 09:08

New Apple TV goes full HD

Despite all the rumours, Apple has introduced a new version of the Apple TV, not a standalone TV.

Published in Entertainment
Saturday, 13 August 2011 11:45

NBN Co reveals details of Multicast offering

NBN Co has revealed details of its planned multicast service that will enable ISPs to deliver bandwidth intensive content destined for multiple users (typically video) as a single data stream to the NBN rather than replicating that data stream for each individual customer.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 19:47

Samsung's new Smart TV: iPad 2 smart?

Samsung's new 'Smart TV' range for 2011 puts a ton of computing smarts into what was once just a basic flat panel, building in as standard what once took a separate PC or advanced set-top box, with even 3D models and glasses very nicely improving over last year's latest and greatest.

Published in Entertainment

If you've purchased a TV from JB Hi-Fi anytime in 2011, Ruslan Kogan wants to give you a free HDMI cable to 'expose' the cable con which sees HDMI cables that should cost less than $10 selling for up to $199 in traditional retail.

Published in Home Tech

At long last, the iPad 2 has ceased being a rumour and has become reality at last, with a range of rumours coming true and surprises like full mirroring of what's on the iPad 2's screen finally being able to be sent to an HDTV, albeit via an add-on HDMI connector, giving plenty of great reasons spurn the droids and plonk down the cash for an iUpgrade iNstead!

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 02 September 2010 16:08

Jobs launches new Apple TV - a new reali-tv?

It's that time of the year again, with Apple launching a new Apple TV, new iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod Touch, a new social-music-network-aware iTunes 10 and the new iOS 4.1 with several bug fixes, all available either now, within the week or in the Apple TV's case, by month's end.

Published in Entertainment

Fox Sports is aiming to make Australian television history with a dedicated live sports broadcast of the Socceroos' last home match before the 2010 FIFA World Cup, all in HD 3D.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 11 March 2010 18:27

Elgato Netstream shares the TV love

I've been a fan of Elgato's EyeTV family for some time, and the Netstream networked tuner appears to be a worthy addition.

Published in Core Dump
A new study suggests that your average Brit spends just over £3,000 each, every year, on gadgets. But that's not the half of it...
Published in Home Tech
All the brouhaha about Blu-ray needing to watch out because researchers have created a disc that can store 1.6TB of data today (and 10TB to come) is a bit of a load of bollocks, with the technology up to a decade away from commercialisation and even 10TB due to look teensy-weensy by then.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Claiming that the Melbourne Herald Sun newspaper had misled Australians in a report on Monday that claimed millions of plasma and LCD televisions would become obsolete from 1 May, 2009 due to changes in the way broadcasters transmit,  a seething free-to-air TV broadcasters' body Freeview has issued a statement to sooth the frayed nerves of consumers.

Published in Beerfiles
Hard drives that connect directly to a TV and other home entertainment gear for media playback are becoming increasingly common. The ScreenPlay Pro HD is Iomega's latest entry.

Published in Entertainment
Although there’s no official notification on YouTube’s blog as yet, the option to watch videos in much higher quality “HD” mode has now launched, replacing the previous option to watch in “high quality”, with the “watch in normal quality” option still available for those on slower networks or lower download limits.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 01 December 2008 14:49

Buy a Toshiba HDTV and get a free Toshiba netbook

Looks like every TV manufacturer is trying its hand in giveaways to get you to buy an HDTV this Christmas season, with Toshiba offering its 8.9-inch NB100 netbook computer as a free bonus.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 28 November 2008 06:29

Panasonic set to Wii over HDTV competitors

Sony used free PS3s to shift Bravia HDTVs in a promotion earlier this year – now Panasonic is offering a “Bonus Wii” with every VIERA Full HD Plasma TV to boost sales in the most crucial Christmas season ever in the face of the global economic crisis.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 09 October 2008 09:40

A Blu-ray drive for Xbox 360 ready to roll

It has been talked about for some time, but plans are firming for the release of an Xbox 360 Blu-ray drive.

Published in Radioactive IT
Foxtel is progressively rolling out its “four tuners” functionality that allows 2 shows to be recorded while you watch one live – but what’s happened to the fourth tuner?!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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