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Quickflix has announced a new range of subscription plans which provide “unlimited” access to a library of 60,000 movies and TV shows via a combination of video streaming and DVD/Blu-ray rentals. Pricing starts at $14.99 per month with no lock-in contracts. Here’s how the new deals compare to other options on the market.
UltraViolet (UV) is a cloud-based video distribution service designed to give you instant access to your entertainment library via any device you see fit. The main selling point of UV is that all your purchases will be stored under the one account, regardless of the retailer, media player or hardware platform you happen to be using at the time of purchase.
Foxtel has launched a new internet delivered TV service dubbed Foxtel Play in a bid to make further inroads into the lucrative IPTV market. The new service will be available for a range of TVs, consoles and mobile devices, including Android handsets. Better yet, it requires no lock-in contract to join.
In some ways, this is the argument that never ends. Over the weekend, American director David Petrarca stated that he wasn’t fussed about people pirating Games Of Thrones, because it creates a “cultural buzz” around the product. I’m not entirely convinced.
Today, Sony officially launched the PlayStation 4 video game console, putting an end to months of speculation, rumour and touted PS4 logos. The launch event unveiled fresh details about the new machine and also showcased a swathe of next-generation games, including new epics from Bungie, Square Enix and UbiSoft. Here’s what we love about the new machine (and a few things we remain unsure about).