Watching TV shouldn't be such a hassle. Sharon Profis offers a solution to remote control clutter on "You're Doing It All Wrong."
Technically Incorrect: He's given little North an iPad. Now she's apparently being pestered to buy things.
As the Federal Government looks to introduce GST to online purchases, the Commissioner for Taxation has indicated that overseas companies only collect it on a voluntary basis.
We bid a fond farewell to EzyFlix, the video download service everyone had totally heard of, as well as checking on TPG sending Fetch TV to live on a farm and the 'expanded GST' set to affect online purchases.
Netflix, Amazon, Steam and Google Play are all on notice as state and federal treasurers agree to apply GST to all goods and services sold online into Australia.
The $16.6 billion deal will see the companies combine their networking and telecoms strengths.
Australia's State and Territory leaders have offered "in principle" support to charge GST on online purchases from overseas, meaning goods worth less than AU$1,000 could be hit with a 10 percent tax.
The acquisition will give BlackBerry access to more corporations and government agencies that use AtHoc's crisis communications software.
Customers in the US, UK and elsewhere will no longer be restricted to ordering the watch online.
On July 1, the payment-services company will start offering buyer protections for services, e-books, software downloads, digital music and much more.