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Telstra goes from zero to hero, is now the best Aussie ISP for Netflixing

Despite being Australia’s biggest telco, Telstra didn’t rank too well in Netflix’s ISP speed index rankings that were released last year. That’s actually quite an understatement — Telstra ranked dead last in March 2017, only catching up with the rest of the pack later that year in September. Thankfully, the Aussie telco giant has completely turned things around in 2018, with ... Read More »

Comcast is offering Netflix subscription packages

Cable companies are coming to the conclusion the rest of the country came to a few years ago: Streaming is not a passing fad. So now, rather than denying the momentum of the cord cutting movement, cable companies are trying to get into the streaming services’ good graces.  Last week, DISH and Comcast announced a deal that would allow cable ... Read More »

Apple is turning one of the most iconic sci-fi franchises into a TV show

There’s very little doubt that Isaac Asimov’s seminal Foundation series launched dozens – if not hundreds – of sci-fi plots over the years: Written in the golden era of sci-fi in the 1920s through the 1950s, Foundation built the archetypal sci-fi story you’ve come to love in franchises like Star Wars, Star Trek and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, ... Read More »

Panasonic’s new AV gear hopes to tempt Aussies with AI voice control

Panasonic’s got a huge year planned for 2018, today announcing a smorgasbord of AV products for the Australian market that includes an updated 4K OLED TV lineup, multiple 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players and, for the first time, a range of smart hi-fi speakers with Google Assistant built in.  Along with its smart speakers, Panasonic also announced that Google Assistant ... Read More »

Sling TV Packages: Here’s every available subscription package for Sling TV

Cord-cutting has become easier and more appealing than ever thanks to the rise of over-the-top streaming packages, which let you get a bundle of popular channels that work across loads of devices – all without a cable box or satellite dish. Sling TV is one of the most popular options, as the entry-level package is impressively cheap at $20 and ... Read More »

Cutting cable? Here’s when ESPN+ will solve your lack of streaming sports

If you want to survive in the post-cable world, you’re going to need a standalone streaming app – one that doesn’t require you to sign into your non-existent cable provider to watch content.  It’s a move that cable networks like CBS, ABC, NBC, The CW and HBO have already made and others – like Disney-owned ESPN have announced but not ... Read More »

Best movies on Netflix UK (March 2018): 150 films to choose from

Stuck for something to watch? Well you’re in good hands, with TechRadar’s definitive best movies on Netflix UK list, our carefully curated pick of the films you should stream on Netflix right now.  If you only have time for the best and don’t want to waste a moment searching through Netflix’s library, dive right in to the guide we’ve put ... Read More »

Tablo Dual Lite is the cheapest way to get DVR for cordcutters

Life after cutting the cord can be a bit … well, tricky. You can still access all of the channels and services you had while you were lining cable companies’ wallets, but it can take a little more work. Take, for example, DVR.  On a premium cable package, you might have the ability to record a few shows and movies. ... Read More »

Sony’s most affordable OLED TV is now available to pre-order

Call me a good ol’ fashioned capitalist, but competition is a good thing. It makes manufacturers produce better goods at lower prices. Sure, there’s the whole thing about earning a living wage, but c’mon, CHEAP GOODS PEOPLE! Take, for example, OLED TVs.  Sony has just announced the final pricing of its 2018 A8F OLED TVs – the new 55-inch A8F will ... Read More »

LG steps up Samsung rivalry by making webOS platform open source

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result – so the news that LG is looking to make webOS, its proprietary operating system, open source seems to have all the hallmarks of that mistake. After all, WebOS was developed by Palm all the way back in 2009, moved to HP ... Read More »

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