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  • Australia misses out on iTunes movie rentals

    Australia misses out on iTunes movie rentals

    Apple's iTunes Store in the US now allows users to rent movies rather than purchase them, but there's still no word when a similar service might be available Down Under. 8

  • Intel: Pervasive Net will change the world

    The ability to connect practically all electronic devices to the Internet will unleash a burst of innovation and business opportunities that will rival the impact on personal computers, Intel CEO Paul Otellini has revealed.

  • Fuzzy picture for Apple TV

    The Internet still isn't the delivery vehicle for TV shows and movies, and that doesn't bode well for a box that Steve Jobs has called a "hobby." 4

  • Swings both ways

    Swings both ways

    Atdec has a new mounting system for big screen TVs designed for flexible viewing angles.

  • Sony lines up iTunes video challenger

    Sony lines up iTunes video challenger

    Sony believes that the weak spot in Apple's iTunes fortress could be in video downloads. Considering that its iTunes rival, Connect, failed so spectacularly, what are its chances of succeeding this time?

  • Pinnacle launches USB TV sticks for Mac

    Pinnacle launches USB TV sticks for Mac

    Two Pinnacle USB TV tuners for Mac have been launched in Australia -- the Pinnacle TV for Mac DVB-T Stick for digital TV and the Pinnacle TV for Mac Hybrid Stick for both analog and digital signals. 3

  • YouTube coming to Apple TV

    YouTube coming to Apple TV

    Next month, Apple TV owners will have the option of watching all that user-generated video has to offer on their big-screen TVs.

  • Look Ma, no wall mounts!

    Look Ma, no wall mounts!

    Skunkworks puts a new angle on flat panel viewing. 3

  • CES 2007: Bravia Internet Video Link brings online video to Sony TVs

    CES 2007: Bravia Internet Video Link brings online video to Sony TVs

    Sony today unveiled the Bravia Internet Video Link, a small accessory designed to deliver online video to compatible Bravia flat-screen HDTVs.

  • Monster protection

    The Monster AV 800 offers can store a spike up to 2500 joules plus it will automatically disconnect all connected equipment in the instance of a serious power surge.

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