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  • Smart TV will replace pay TV in 2011: Samsung

    Smart TV will replace pay TV in 2011: Samsung

    Samsung hopes its range of Smart TVs will replace pay TV and laptops in the lounge room within six months, by supplying video content and web browsing though your connected television, an industry conference in Hobart heard today. 2

  • Warner Bros brings movies to Facebook

    Warner Bros brings movies to Facebook

    Warner Bros is apparently hoping to attract new fans by offering movies for viewing on Facebook. 2

  • TiVo cutbacks could cause price drop

    TiVo cutbacks could cause price drop

    The distributor of TiVo in Australia could be set to halve the price of its recorder following a significant restructuring in December 2010. 8

  • Sony 'Headman' 3D visor first look

    Sony 'Headman' 3D visor first look

    Sony has shown off its new prototype 3D visor (the "Headman") at CES in Las Vegas, which can be used to display movies or even games in three dimensions. 6

  • Topfield cuts prices on PVR range

    Topfield cuts prices on PVR range

    Topfield has announced a price reduction of up to 40 per cent on its personal video recorders (PVRs) in the lead up to Christmas. 4

  • 'Ultimate' Avatar Blu-ray lands, but not 3D yet

    'Ultimate' Avatar Blu-ray lands, but not 3D yet

    The 'ultimate' 2D version of Avatar is about to hit stores but fans will have to wait a lot longer until the 3D edition hits stores. 3

  • Aliens Anthology brings Mu-th-ur mode to Blu-ray

    Aliens Anthology brings Mu-th-ur mode to Blu-ray

    The collection makes use of the high capacity of Blu-ray discs and has come up with some novel ways to access all its bonus content. 1

  • Stream free classic movies on your PlayStation

    Stream free classic movies on your PlayStation

    Sony Computer has announced that PlayStation 3 owners will be able to stream and discuss classic movies through the new Mubi service from 4 November. 4

  • Sony PlayTV price reduced

    Sony PlayTV price reduced

    Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has dropped the price of its PlayStation 3 personal video recording (PVR) add-on, PlayTV. Dropping by AU$20, the recommended retail price for PlayTV is now AU$149.95. 6

  • Foxtel on Xbox 360 channels, pricing announced

    Foxtel on Xbox 360 channels, pricing announced

    The service will offer five subscription packages starting from $20 per month. 10

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