Netflix says the change is meant to “ensure our standard of quality for viewing is being met.”
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Owners of Sony's Android-powered Bravia TVs now have access to a dedicated Foxtel Now app.
Apple reported to launch its new video service in April or May, without Netflix, Hulu, and possibly HBO
Apple is going to have trouble getting its service off the ground without the biggest names in streaming.
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Australian streaming service Stan has inked a new deal that will see Disney-produced movies and TV shows come to the platform.
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If you take your home entertainment seriously, the Shield TV is a product that’s seriously worth considering. More casual users might want to wait for the software-side of the equation to mature a little before buying in.
Football Federation Australia partner with Telstra on mobile rights, new streaming app to launch later in the year
Telstra and Football Federation Australia have announced a five year mobile rights and sponsorship agreement, with Telstra securing the live mobile rights for football until 2023.
Fetch TV and Netflix have announced that they have entered into a new agreement that will see Fetch subscribers gain access to enhanced features in the coming months, including a faster way to access Netflix and more ways to discover and search for Netflix content.
Kogan has launched its first ever range of Google-powered televisions.
The Amazon Fire Stick is, all things considered, a pretty simple product - even if it is one that handily achieves what it sets to do.
Even if the overall package does succumb to a number of shortcomings, the Foxtel Now box still feels like a significant step forward for the brand and as close to a must-have as Foxtel customers are going to get.
Foxtel has announced that its Foxtel Now service is now streaming to Apple TV via the popular AirPlay feature.
The new Telstra TV looks to the future, making the jump to 4K, while also finding the time to look back, adding integration with traditional free-to-air TV. Beyond that, it maintains the same Roku-powered - albeit slightly-refined - media box experience of the first gen device.
Foxtel is heating up competition in the streaming device market by unveiling its new ‘plug and play’ Foxtel Now device, only weeks after the launch of Telstra TV.
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