The new IPTV offering from Foxtel has landed on PC, Mac, Samsung connected TVs and Xbox 360.
The software giant says the sale -- for slightly less than $200 million, according to a person familiar with the deal -- will allow it to focus its TV efforts on Xbox, which will be updated this year.
Foxtel has been thinking outside the box, and with good reason. But can partnerships with Samsung and Xbox help it win as a premium IPTV provider?
Sony has unveiled its 2011 range of Bravia televisions in Australia, with image quality and "network services" the major focus of the 22 new models.
Internet TV, or IPTV, is going to change the way we watch television with more convenience and more choice, and all you need is a broadband connection.
Foxtel has announced its first IPTV service via the iQ2, which enables customers to download TV and movies through the box's Ethernet connection.
Movie studios and television networks are still the ones calling the shots, despite the spread of the Net-connected TV revolution.
Some lucky Canadian residents will be the first to get streaming TV through their Xbox 360 with a new service from telecommunications provider Telus.
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) is a concept that has been a long time coming, but it looks like 2010 is the year that it gains a foothold.
Consumers want their video content free to go anywhere, at any time, to any device. So, what's the holdup? In this year's Next Big Thing Supersession, CNET will gathers industry leaders to find out.