Star Trek is headed to Netflix and streaming services are winning Emmys, but what will this mean for the future of Australian TV? Meanwhile, Apple has unleashed all the new…
Why did Game of Thrones melt Foxtel’s streaming servers? Now that Google Home is finally here in Australia, was it worth the wait? Speaking of Google, will its reborn Glass…
Adam talks Disney’s decision to scrap Digital Copy Plus downloads with new Blu-Rays in Australia while Alex talks computing history at the UK National Museum of Computing in this week’s…
Will Village Roadshow succeed in its latest piracy quest? Will QANTAS’ WiFi Mile High club take off? Can NBN’s SkyMuster satellite service cut the mustard?
Pebble’s death casts doubt on the future of smartwatches, while Amazon looks to the future of supermarket shopping. Meanwhile, we’re getting screwed on LEGO Batman airing dates, but will Apple’s bold cinema plan save us? All this plus Galaxy S8, Surface Phone and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Microsoft’s Surface Book or Apple’s MacBook? Foxtel Play for The Walking Dead, or piracy? All this and more with special guest, TV Tonight’s David Knox in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
A new emulator makes all your old NES games into 3D titles, but is this an improvement, or just a gimmick?
In the latest episode of Vertical Hold, we’re joined by Gadgetguy’s Leigh Stark, talking Apple iTunes rumours, whether moving to TOR will save torrents and what’s happening with Australian TV buying habits!
So the argument goes, because Foxtel Play is awful — and it can be, no doubt — we should just pirate Game Of Thrones. I can’t see the logic in that line of thinking, especially from creative professionals.
Things are hotting up at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, with a great lineup of new gear. Meanwhile content owners are cooling on the idea of a three strikes policy for Aussie pirates, as no-one wants to foot the bill. Elsewhere, Apple has backflipped on the deadly Error 53.