After months of speculation and rumours, Netflix finally announces it will launch in Australia and New Zealand in 2015.
New research shows Australians are still unimpressed with content availability in this country, saying the answer to tackling piracy is cheaper and quicker access to TV shows and movies, not increased regulation.
Prime Minister Abbott has indicated data retention reforms could now require ISPs to track Australians' browsing history, and be used for "crime fighting more generally".
"Love Is Now" is an Australian feature film shot entirely on dSLRs. The director of photography describes the process and offers tips for would-be filmmakers.
In line with 10th anniversary celebrations, Blizzard has shocked Australian fans with the announcement of local servers set to go live October 28.
Ahead of its launch later this year, Samsung has released some firm pricing and retail dates for the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 4 and the Note Edge.
Fairfax and Nine Entertainment's joint push into the streaming market has a new name and a new look -- meet Stan.
More than a quarter of Australian media subscribers use Netflix through VPNs, but that may soon change as local rights holders move to have the US version of the service blocked.
This week the Girt by CNET podcast takes a slightly different tack and takes a broad look at two of the bigger tech stories of the year -- piracy and metadata -- as well as dipping its toe into the muddy water of the TPP.
Sony's latest flagship Android handset -- and its smaller cousin -- have finally got local pricing and carrier availability details.