DVD & PVR news

  • Coming to Xbox 360: ABC iView, SBS On Demand

    Coming to Xbox 360: ABC iView, SBS On Demand

    Microsoft Australia has announced that the ABC's iView and SBS On Demand catch-up streaming services will soon be available via the company's Xbox 360 console. 3

  • Optus turns 3G phones into free-to-air PVRs

    Optus turns 3G phones into free-to-air PVRs

    Optus is taking the TV out of watching TV by launching a new service, which lets you record shows to an Optus server and stream them later to your phone. 1

  • Quickflix joins streaming services for Sony devices

    Quickflix joins streaming services for Sony devices

    Australian DVD rental company Quickflix has announced a new partnership with Sony where it will provide its first movie downloads service on compatible Sony devices by the end of 2011. 2

  • Foxtel coming to Telstra T-Box

    Foxtel coming to Telstra T-Box

    Telstra T-Box customers can now access Foxtel content streamed over their internet connection, without paying installation costs or committing to a long-term subscription. 2

  • ACCC should act on Austar/Foxtel: Optus

    ACCC should act on Austar/Foxtel: Optus

    Optus chief executive Paul O'Sullivan has requested the nation's competition regulator intervene in the proposed $1.9 billion merger of pay TV giants Austar and Foxtel.

  • Foxtel on Xbox 360 offers new channels, unmetered data

    Foxtel on Xbox 360 offers new channels, unmetered data

    From May 30, Foxtel will offer Telstra BigPond customers six new TV channels as well as eliminating data charges on its Xbox 360 service.

  • Austar: no deal with Foxtel yet

    Austar: no deal with Foxtel yet

    Regional pay TV provider Austar has confirmed reports that it's entered discussions with Foxtel that may result in a takeover offer from its bigger peer. 1

  • Panasonic launches Smart Viera TVs

    Panasonic launches Smart Viera TVs

    Panasonic has launched its 2011 range of entertainment gear with a new phrase, "Smart Viera", and a focus on interacting with your TV through services such as Skype.

  • Optus to offer FetchTV and mobile services

    Optus to offer FetchTV and mobile services

    Optus has announced it's dipping its feet into the IPTV waters by launching FetchTV to its customers in the second half of 2011 across both TV and mobile devices. 1

  • Budget 2011: $308m for free TV kit

    Budget 2011: $308m for free TV kit

    Communications Minister Stephen Conroy confirmed over the weekend that the Federal Budget due to be delivered on Tuesday night contains $308.8 million to continue a scheme that is seeing pensioners provided with a free set-top box to assist them with making the switch to digital television.

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