Roy Morgan survey data suggests that Netflix is king of the hill, site blocking legislation gets passed, Ludlam asks some hard questions about the Aussie gaming industry and Batman bugs out on PC.
Netflix has crossed into two comma territory, according to a Roy Morgan survey. But other streaming video subscription services are eager to challenge some of the data.
Are we on the brink of a new era of Windows and Intel dominance? Will Apple Music make money from music streaming? Is Australia's internet about to be filtered? Will we buy an Oculus in 2016? (The answer to all of the above is 'yes'.)
There's big rumblings across the whole video-on-demand landscape, Panasonic mixes Netflix appeal into its TV range and the Federal Budget adds GST to your online services on this week's Girt by CNET.
Australia and New Zealand get added to Netflix's ISP Speed Index, the service's own rankings of ISP performance based on Netflix streaming during peak times
Consumer VR headsets are finally on their way to retail, or at least will be by 2016, Tesla parks itself in your home and Stan kicks off local original content for Aussie viewers.
Foxtel weighs in on the site blocking legislation while we ask why Australians still get hardware so late in the game, wax lyrical about Windows 10 and even offer some gift ideas for Mother's Day.
Having already announced development deals for two shows, Stan has commenced production on a third: a comedy series called "No Activity."
Kim Goodwin's photo was picked by Apple to feature in its latest iPhone 6 campaign. She reveals her favourite apps and tips for budding photographers.
The popular video streaming service has announced a number of Australian shows and comedy specials that will be available when it launches locally next month.