Chromecast is a digital media player developed by Google. It’s an easy way to enjoy online video and music on your TV.
With the free-to-air networks squeezing more new channels into their line-ups and using new technology to do so, older TVs miss out on some of the new offerings. A set top box or PVR plugged into that TV can give you access to it all without spending a fortune on a new device!
With revamped hardware and a brand new software experience to go along with it, the new Apple TV is more of a reboot than an annual refresh. You can still use the Apple TV to AirPlay content from your iDevices and play movies and tv shows purchased from iTunes on your television. But now with a built-in App store, Siri Remote and beefier horsepower onboard, you can do much, much more.
With high quality LCD TVs now so cheap they’re almost an instant buy, the television market has become more about how much you’re willing to spend for increasingly small improvements in picture. Until, of course, you arrive at OLED, the game-changing display tech that’s still reserved for those with cash to spare. Here are the best TVs to buy, based on your budget.
With the NBN rolling out at ever-increasing speed and the plans, options and bundles from dozens of ISPs competing for your attention, what are the key things you should be looking for when shopping around for that all-important broadband connection?
Buying a new TV has always been one of those big purchase decisions. And now, rapid advances in TV technology mean you can get a stunning-looking upgrade for less than you might think. But what’s the best choice for your next TV – and what is OLED all about anyway?