Pay TV giant Foxtel has slashed the price of its streaming product Presto by half, amid rumours the service is struggling in the face of competition from Netflix and local competitor Quickflix.
Foxtel’s movie streaming service Presto is now aiming for your home TV, with support added for Google's Chromecast dongle, alongside select Android tablets.
If you're thinking of picking up a Google Chromecast now that they have hit Aussie stores there's good news - popular open-source media player VLC will soon have Chromecast support in its iOS app, and there are update plans for Android, Linux, Mac and Windows apps too.
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