Compiled by Patrick Avenell

The Wiggles have launched their own internet TV channel, which is available exclusively on Sony compatible products, such as Bravia IPTVs and internet-connected Blu-ray players.

Available for $6.70 per month, Wiggle Time! TV promises three hours of new videos every month, with users able to access content on demand.

"A lot of what we do comes from a child's perspective,” said Blue Wiggle Anthony Field. “Many parents have asked us if our shows can be made available on demand, so this is great news!”

Continuing this wiggling enthusiasm is Sony Australia head of corporate communications Jenny Geddes.

“Gone are the days of having to watch web videos crowded over a computer.  With Internet TV, it means the whole family can watch content over the web directly on the TV in their lounge room.  The Wiggles certainly belong on the big screen – and now they have their own TV channel on our BRAVIA Internet Video service.”

The X Games are coming to ESPN on Foxtel, with fans of extreme sports able to enjoy the fun across three channels, including 3D, and online.

ESPN, ESPN2 and Foxtel’s 3D channel (201) will broadcast the Games from 29 July 2011, as will, which is an internet streaming site.

There’s 25 hours of live coverage across the four days of competition, plus delayed broadcasts and replays. To view the X Games in 3D, one needs a compatible 3D TV and an iQHD Sports Tier subscription.

According to the broadcaster, Australia has 15 athlete competing in the games, which is the second most of any participating country.

Logitech has announced the release of the M325 Wireless Mouse. Features of this device include 18 months battery life, 3-year limited hardware warranty and a precision scroll wheel, which has four times as many ratchets as a standard scroll wheel, according to Logitech.

The M325 is 59.

The new, precise, Logitech M325.