The latest Digital Australia report from the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association shows a sharp spike in PC gaming, but Aussies say that broadband issues are constraining the way they play.
Horror movies fans get looked after by the streaming services this month, while Netflix brings out not one, not two, but five Original Series. Plus Stan breaks out a lot of Hamish and Andy.
Research from the Department of Communications shows Australians are still pirating, but changes to pricing and availability would make them change their minds, rather than ISP warning letters.
With LG's flagship phone finally launching in Australia on July 14, pricing and pre-order offers are starting to trickle out from retailers and telcos. But there's still no official RRP from LG.
If you like depressed anthropomorphic horses, then do we have some good news for you! Plus, get your sardonic binge on with eight seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm on Presto.
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam will lead a Senate Inquiry into the decline of Australia's game development industry.
Tesla is bringing peace of mind to the weekend road trip with a new network of Destination Charging stations connecting major centres across the eastern seaboard.
A new Vodafone-commissioned report has found Australians are paying a "substantial price premium" for Telstra's services, amounting to $20 per month for fixed-line services and $9 per month for mobile.
Looking to scratch that video-on-demand itch this month? Here's some of the new TV and film content you can expect to see across the local streaming services during May.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts will provide refunds to Australians for purchases made on its digital distribution platform after acknowledging to the ACCC that it may have breached Australian Consumer Law.