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RCA Video On Demand Player (Akimbo)

RCA's broadband video box delivers a promising combination of Akimbo and Movielink video content, but slow download speeds and potentially expensive pay-per-view pricing limit its appeal.

27 September 2006

3 stars Editors' rating 27 September 2006

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Nine Entertainment confirms Fairfax as partner for StreamCo video service

Nine's subscription based video-on-demand offering will be joint venture with Fairfax.

By 27 August 2014

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NFL Now app to hit the gridiron on Apple TV -- report

The service, unveiled in January, offers everything from on-demand highlights to game archives.

By 5 August 2014

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Apple Store offline ahead of expected iPhone 6 preorder rush

Online store apparently prepping for consumer demand for pair of new handsets, which feature larger screens than their predecessor.

By 12 September 2014

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Why I don't play console games on my smartphone

(Commentary) Madden NFL? Need for Speed? BioShock? These games demand big screens and handheld controllers, dammit!

By 6 August 2014

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Australia pays less for VOD movies according to industry body

According to new research commissioned by the peak home entertainment industry body, Australia is close to parity when it comes to pricing of video-on-demand new releases.

By 18 September 2014

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Uber arrives on Windows Phone

Windows Phone users can finally hail the on-demand car service from a native app, instead of via the mobile website.

By 24 July 2014

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NBN Co expands satellite services for remote Australia

With broadband supply outstripped by demand and satellite services already at their limit, NBN Co is expanding its satellite offering for remote communities.

By 22 July 2014

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Nine Entertainment buys out HBO's stake in Quickflix

The Australian video on demand service has confirmed that Nine Entertainment Company has bought out of all HBO's Quickflix shares.

By 21 July 2014

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EzyFlix offering "disc-to-digital" conversion for a nominal fee

You can now get digital versions of movies you own on disc via Australian video on demand service EzyFlix, for as little as AU$2.

By 11 September 2014