With Netflix set to launch its Australian service on March 24 this year, there are a lot of rumours and whispers doing the rounds -- we break down the actual facts.
So Netflix has taken the plunge and named the date, but come March 2015 will the service find a suitable broadband infrastructure to work with?
The popular US video service has announced a launch date in Australia alongside some other telco and device news, ending months of speculation.
After service providers and rights holders were called on by the Australian Government to develop a code to address copyright infringement, the industry has responded with a three-strikes scheme for pirates.
The Australian streaming video service adds cult-favourite TV show Community to its lineup of exclusives.
Fetch TV is set to become the first Australian pay TV service to get Netflix, thanks to a dedicated app slated for when Netflix launches in March.
After LG announced the global launch of its VR for G3 virtual reality headset, the company has confirmed the device will come to Australia, but quantities will be "limited".
After launching in the States, Milk Music has made its way down under, offering free radio-style music streaming across multiple Samsung Galaxy mobile devices.
As Australians wait to learn what the local version of Netflix will offer when it arrives in March, the company has announced a raft of content pre-launch, thanks to a global deal with Disney.
Never one to shy away from unique marketing campaigns, not all of which have gone smoothly, Uber is delivering kittens in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane in a bid to raise money for charity.