As a media device we loved the Apple TV's simplicity, but we were disappointed by the lack of content available in Australia
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Besides Netflix streaming, Facebook’s Portal TV is getting a new remote with one-touch buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Facebook Watch.
Circles are at it again, bundling together a free year of Netflix and their $38GB plan.
Samsung are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to smartphone videography, courtesery of a new partnership with Netflix.
Foxtel's streaming box now supports Netflix through a dedicated app.
Netflix has raised the price of its Premium subscription tier for Australian customers.
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With more consumers self-isolating in the wake of COVID-19, that quality could become a serious hiccup for the company’s long-term plans to compete with Netflix.
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