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Game of Thrones is back and Kiwis are reacting with hilarious glee
The latest season of Game of Thrones premiered in epic fashion yesterday and the world rejoiced as the long wait for this season came to an end...
Sony promises to steal Kiwi breaths (and pocket money) with their latest OLED TV
No stand, no speakers and eight million self-illuminating pixels all promise to make this one of the most high-tech TVs to date...
Sky TV is increasing the price of its Fan Pass subscriptions to watch sport online
Sky TV released its own streaming app called Fan Pass a few years ago so it was more affordable for fans to watch sport. Now the price has risen.
The WWE is touring New Zealand later this year for a Christchurch show
The WWE is touring New Zealand again as the professional wrestling company is returning to Christchurch after nearly a decade long absence.
PHOTO GALLERY: Launch night of the Samsung 2016 SUHD TV range
Samsung recently announced the availability of their elegant new line-up of TVs at a celebratory event in Auckland - check out the pics here.
3News: It should be about the content, not the branding
Is it just me or this obsession with the medium rather than the content an unhealthy thing?
Samsung announces new TVs and sound systems
Samsung Electronics Australia has today announced the local pricing and availability for its 2015 home entertainment range of products.
Apple snubs NBC for upcoming TV streaming service
In the past few weeks, rumours have been floating around that an Apple-branded streaming television service would launch this year, with 25 channels.
Game development and zombies: Capital E launches school programmes
Capital E Digital Studio is hosting two programmes for juniors and seniors taking place in this year’s April school holidays.
Netflix is coming to New Zealand next year
Netflix has announced the internet movie and TV subscription service will be available in New Zealand and Australia in March 2015.
LG partners with RSA and Clubs NZ, debuts new TV ahead of Cricket World Cup
LG is providing access to a range of its premium TVs at not-for-proft rates to all registered RSAs and New Zealand Clubs, as a way to help Kiwis watch Cricket World Cup games.
Light up, Light up, because now you have a choice...
"You can head home tonight, sign up to the Lightbox 30 day free trial and choose from hundreds of great TV shows online - all ready to go whenever you are."
TV review: The Killing, Season 4 starts
At one point I could hear myself breathing and all that was happening was Sarah standing in the middle of a room.
Kiwi demand for TV shopping on the rise...
New Zealand consumer demand for TV shopping is on the rise with one shopping channel reporting increases of more than 1,000 new customers per month.
Samsung NZ launches world’s largest curved UHD TV… Will Kiwis tune in?
There’s absolutely no question that the television is the centrepiece of how New Zealanders enjoy movies and TV, and for many it’s a case of the bigger the better.
Let the Sky Fall… TV giant bans Slingshot adverts
Sky TV has banned Slingshot’s Global Mode related advertisements, a move which the Internet Service Provider brands "unjustified and petty."
Telecom takes on Sky with 5000 hours of Lightbox content...
Lightbox will provide up to 5000 hours of TV content for Kiwis, as Telecom takes the fight to internet-television industry rival Sky.
Yahoo! Community goes to the web...
The news that Commnity is headed to Yahoo for a sixth season has delighted fans (and me) of the now un-cancelled series.
Is Samsung ahead of the curve when it comes to TV tech?
In delivering the ultimate immersive experience, Samsung is asking customers to not only open their eyes, but open their mind to the endless potential of its curved-screen Ultra HD (UHD) 4K TV.
Series finales worth watching (not How I Met Your Mother)
Now that most of the hype about that disgusting series finale of How I Met Your Mother is dying down, I thought I would take a look at some other finales that did a much better job wrapping up the show.
Are Kiwis ahead of the curve with digital devices?
While New Zealander’s love affair with television endures, TV sets alone are no longer enough to satisfy Kiwis appetite for content.
Farewell, old friend.
It's becoming far more normal for people to not own televisions, and not just because they're hipsters.
PlayStation TV set for NZ release...
Following PlayStation TV's launch in Asian countries, Sony has now announced its launch in New Zealand this coming year.
Samsung NZ: Ahead of the curve for Kiwi homes
Samsung New Zealand claims products "so ahead of the curve" that they are "setting the pace internationally for innovation and design across the industry."