Technology news from the future
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LG partners with RSA and Clubs NZ, debuts new TV ahead of Cricket World Cup
LG is providing access to a range of its premium TVs at not-for-proft rates to all registered RSAs and New Zealand Clubs, as a way to help Kiwis watch Cricket World Cup games.
Light up, Light up, because now you have a choice...
"You can head home tonight, sign up to the Lightbox 30 day free trial and choose from hundreds of great TV shows online - all ready to go whenever you are."
TV review: The Killing, Season 4 starts
At one point I could hear myself breathing and all that was happening was Sarah standing in the middle of a room.
Kiwi demand for TV shopping on the rise...
New Zealand consumer demand for TV shopping is on the rise with one shopping channel reporting increases of more than 1,000 new customers per month.
Samsung NZ launches world’s largest curved UHD TV… Will Kiwis tune in?
There’s absolutely no question that the television is the centrepiece of how New Zealanders enjoy movies and TV, and for many it’s a case of the bigger the better.
Let the Sky Fall… TV giant bans Slingshot adverts
Sky TV has banned Slingshot’s Global Mode related advertisements, a move which the Internet Service Provider brands "unjustified and petty."
Fatso says... Get one month free movies
Look, I’m going to be honest with you. Yes, streaming is the next big thing. But here in New Zealand, it’s really not. You know your internet is s*** and the online selection is woeful.
Telecom takes on Sky with 5000 hours of Lightbox content...
Lightbox will provide up to 5000 hours of TV content for Kiwis, as Telecom takes the fight to internet-television industry rival Sky.
Yahoo! Community goes to the web...
The news that Commnity is headed to Yahoo for a sixth season has delighted fans (and me) of the now un-cancelled series.
Is Samsung ahead of the curve when it comes to TV tech?
In delivering the ultimate immersive experience, Samsung is asking customers to not only open their eyes, but open their mind to the endless potential of its curved-screen Ultra HD (UHD) 4K TV.
Series finales worth watching (not How I Met Your Mother)
Now that most of the hype about that disgusting series finale of How I Met Your Mother is dying down, I thought I would take a look at some other finales that did a much better job wrapping up the show.
Are Kiwis ahead of the curve with digital devices?
While New Zealander’s love affair with television endures, TV sets alone are no longer enough to satisfy Kiwis appetite for content.
Farewell, old friend.
It's becoming far more normal for people to not own televisions, and not just because they're hipsters.
PlayStation TV set for NZ release...
Following PlayStation TV's launch in Asian countries, Sony has now announced its launch in New Zealand this coming year.
Samsung NZ: Ahead of the curve for Kiwi homes
Samsung New Zealand claims products "so ahead of the curve" that they are "setting the pace internationally for innovation and design across the industry."
New comedies for your viewing pleasure (hopefully)...
Starring James van Der Beek aka Dawson’s Creek
ShowmeTV rebrand... Has Telecom lost its spark already?
"In their rush to bring this to life it appears that their due diligence was somewhat incomplete, which can only serve to further erode their brand equity in the eyes of their market."
Aggressive Samsung goes for the jugular in 2014
Samsung has underlined its technology clout in TVs, mobile devices and home appliances by launching a range of category-defining products at the 2014 International CES today.
Vodafone unveils UFB TV service
Vodafone has today unveiled New Zealand’s first, and only, full TV service using the new ultra fast broadband network.
A month with Samsung’s new F series TV...
I was fortunate to spend a month with Samsung’s latest television the UA55F8000 or the F series to you and me.
The future of TV is here…
Television and the way we watch it are undergoing a monumental change as software developers turn their hand to the creation of innovative, useful and user-friendly TV apps.
Is Google leading the online TV streaming race?
The internet search engine is reportedly in talks to create a live streaming TV service, meeting with media companies to negotiate deals.
MSN TV to sign out in September
Microsoft has "made the difficult decision" close down its subscription-based internet television service at the end of September.
Is new-look Intel in the TV business?
Now at the helm of Intel, CEO Brian Krzanich has remained cautious on growing rumours that the company will dive head-first into the Web TV subscription industry.