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HD / HD DVD
New DVD Home Theatre Systems Join Pana Line     New DVD Home Theatre Systems Join Pana Line
If you want to bring cinema style surround style entertainment into your home affordably, there's now even more choice, thanks to Panasonic.

Illegal DVD Film Racket Busted     Illegal DVD Film Racket Busted
More than 10,000 DVDs, 55 DVD burners and 11 hard drives containing five terabytes of data have been seized by police in Melbourne.

Toshiba Offers Free BigPond Movies     Toshiba Offers Free BigPond Movies
With the holiday season approaching, Toshiba and BigPond have joined forces to promote a deal where consumers will get one month free rental of BigPond movies when purchasing any Toshiba DVD player.

Palsonic All-In-One TV-DVD Player     Palsonic All-In-One TV-DVD Player
Australia's own Palsonic has released two new TVs, one of which has a built-in DVD player, HD tuner and speakers.

Budget DVD Player With Bells And Whistles     Budget DVD Player With Bells And Whistles
Harman Kardon claims it has produced a DVD player that covers all a users needs including HDMI 1.2a output and 1080p upscaling.

New Bravia Sync Technology For Sony Bravia LCD TVs     New Bravia Sync Technology For Sony Bravia LCD TVs
Sony's latest range of LCD TVs come with the company's Bravia Sync technology allowing connectivity between Sony's other HDMI products, such as home entertainment systems and handycams, without having to utilise multiple remote controls.

Olympians Push Latest Panasonic Roll Out     Olympians Push Latest Panasonic Roll Out
Aussie Olympians Matt Shirvington, Tamsyn Lewis, Bronte Barratt and Ky Hurst have signed up as the faces of Panasonic for the 2008 Beijing Olympics

Consumers Want Web DVD Features     Consumers Want Web DVD Features
According to a report from TDG, consumers are warming to the idea of having web-enabled features on their next DVD player, a good sign for technology vendors looking to sell truly interactive, customised media experiences to buyers.

HD DVD Costs Toshiba $1 Billion Rethinking Future     HD DVD Costs Toshiba $1 Billion Rethinking Future
Toshiba may have lost roughly $1 billion on its failed HD DVD business over the last year. That's according to an article by The Nikkei, the daily business newspaper in Japan. As a result of the report Toshiba shares have fallen 2.3%.

Microsoft Exits HD DVD, Digital Downloads Tipped     Microsoft Exits HD DVD, Digital Downloads Tipped
Microsoft has announced it will stop manufacturing HD DVD add-on players for the Xbox 360, but remains committed to offering consumers digital distribution of HD content at home.

Upscaled DVDs Equal To Blu-ray Claims Toshiba     Upscaled DVDs Equal To Blu-ray Claims Toshiba
Senior Toshiba executives claim that a HD DVD player that upscales a normal DVD movie will deliver quality almost equal to a HD DVD movie or a Blu-ray movie. They also claim that a consumer will struggle to notice the difference if playing it on a new generation plasma or LCD TV. As a result the company will not be refunding consumers who will still be able to play up to a 1,000 released HD DVD movies and watch upscaled DVD movies on their Toshiba HD DVD players.

What Now For Toshiba     What Now For Toshiba
Later today Toshiba Australia will hold a press briefing to outline the impact that the withdrawal from the HD DVD market will have on the company. Analysts are saying that the company that has spent hundreds of millions fighting Sony's Blu-ray now has a lot of work to do amid the demise of HD-DVD.

It's Official HD Format War Over, Blu-ray The Winner     It's Official HD Format War Over, Blu-ray The Winner
The champagne corks are popping at Sony after Toshiba officially announced that they are pulling the plugs on the HD DVD format. As tipped by SmartHouse on Saturday, Japan's Toshiba Corporation has admitted defeat and quit the HD DVD market after losing the support of key studios and retailers.

HD DVD Consumers Set To Be Left With Dead End Player     HD DVD Consumers Set To Be Left With Dead End Player
Tens of thousands of consumers who purchased a HD DVD player, some costing over $1,500, could be asking for their money back after news leaked that Toshiba are set to pull the plug on the format.

Toshiba Quits HD Format War, Blu-ray The Winner     Toshiba Quits HD Format War, Blu-ray The Winner
Toshiba is set to announce that they are pulling out of the HD DVD business after Warner Bros and US retailers Wal-Mart, K Mart and Best Buy said that they are only going to support Blu-ray. Also contributing to the decision was a move by retailers globally to support Blu-ray over HD DVD.





LATEST REVIEWS
New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
Product Rating 0

REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones   REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones
If you are one of those people who love technology but struggle to manage the hundreds of apps and the endless capabilities that today's smartphones are capable of delivering then the new Samsung Note 3 is not for you.
Product Rating 5




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