analogue tv holding on for now

By now you’ve probably heard about the impending digital migration for South African broadcasting. Initially, this shift from old-school, analogue technology to newer, more efficient digital technology was set to take place in 2015 but the deadline for a national migration has been pushed out several times.

What to look for when buying a television G6 Android TV

With so many technological advancements that cater to various needs, and endless options on the market, buying a new TV for your home can be pretty daunting. Given the role a TV occupies in the home – providing entertainment, relaxation and a window to the world for the whole family – it’s not a purchasing decision to be made lightly.

LCD vs LED vs OLED

TVs and monitors have a number of specifications, including resolution, size, refresh rate, and panel type. While resolution is the defining feature of display quality, the type of panel used is equally important. When shopping for a TV or monitor, the panel types you will see are typically LED, OLED, or LCD. These panels each have their own advantages and disadvantages…
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netflix vs showmax vs othersI have been using Netflix for some time now, adding a DNS server that allows my media PC to think it is in the United States – and I have been very happy – something that I thought was really impressive was the wide variety of content that I could choose from. Lots of hype and fanfare about being released in South Africa, and they offer 730 of the 7000 odd titles! And at the same price you pay in the USA – Aaag Nee Man!  Jan Vermeulen provides some good comparisons in his My Broadband article.
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live rugby world cup 2015Rugby Fans, the greatest event of the year is happening in the United Kingdom, for those without DSTV or those who want to catch a game on their computers - there is a solution.

PCCWA new video-on-demand player backed by PCCW will take on Netflix, Showmax, FrontRow, and Vidi in South Africa. Bloomberg reported that the PCCW service, which is backed by Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li, will be unveiled to South Africa as early as next week.
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