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The Nine Network is cashing in on its TV datacasting licence with the launch of the home shopping channel Extra, which began broadcasting at 6am this morning.
The computer maker takes a page out of the playbooks of home shopping networks, and live streams a product demo on Walmart's Web site.
Nokia and T-Mobile partner up with the Home Shopping Network and Walmart to sell the Lumia 521, priced at just $150 off-contract.
T-Mobile will exclusively carry Nokia's new stunning metal Lumia 925, and that's good news for the no-contract carrier.
T-Mobile and Microsoft will sell the budget Windows 8 phone for $150; or grab it at Walmart for $20 less.
Windows 8 systems have appeared on the Home Shopping Network including a touch-screen Acer laptop.
Nine Network affiliate WIN has launched a new digital channel WIN Gold, but before you get too excited, it's a home shopping channel in the style of Seven's TV4Me and Nine's Extra.
We all complain about the state of Australian television, but how bad is it really?
The launch of Nine's Extra channel as a rival to Seven's TV4Me shows that the current licensing regime, which allows each of the commercial operators to run a datacasting service, is too ripe for exploitation.