Remember UltraViolet? It was a cloud-based video distribution service championed by JB Hi-Fi, EzyFlix and others. It allowed you to watch digital versions of DVDs and Blu-rays on a range of compatible devices via redeemable download codes. After limping along for five years, JB Hi-Fi has quietly shut down its NOW Video service. Here's what you need to do to if you want to keep watching your movies.
Tagged With jb hi-fi now
Google's Australian launch of its Play Music All Access Streaming service means that there's a new round of competition about to begin for subscription music streaming. What's on offer, how much does it cost and which platforms does it support? We've rounded up all the options available in Australia.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Android and iOS mobile apps for JB Hi-Fi's streaming music service NOW appeared back in April. Windows Phone 7 users can now feel the love too, with a dedicated WP7 app.
The launch of the Telstra-backed MOG service in Australia means it's time to update our listing of subscription streaming music services in Australia. While the pricing from every major service is fairly similar, there are some noticeable differences, especially if you want access on mobile devices.
Spotify is getting lots of attention for its launch today, but it is far from the only streaming music service in Australia looking for your listening dollars. We've rounded up all the contenders in an easy-to-compare chart.
JB Hi-Fi only just released the Android and iOS apps for its JB Hi-Fi NOW music streaming service, but the retailer isn't quite done with its digital music ambitions. Next on its development hitlist: Windows Phone 7.
They were promised at launch, and at long last, the mobile companion apps for JB Hi-Fi's NOW music service are available for iOS and Android.
JB Hi-Fi's Now music streaming service has been available since last year, but without being available on a mobile device its appeal is limited. In its results announcement, JB Hi-Fi said the mobile apps for the service will be rolling out within "the next four weeks".
Four months after it was announced, JB Hi-Fi Now, the music retailer's online subscription streaming service, went live today and is offering a free one-month trial for anyone in Australia. Just how usable is it? Here are our initial impressions.
Having revealed some pricing details last week, JB Hi-Fi has now officially launched its JB Hi-Fi Now streaming service. Anyone can sign up for a one-month trial, after which there's a range of subscription options on offer.