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YouView found by High Court to be infringing on YourView copyright of Total

YouView found by High Court to be infringing on YourView copyright of Total

By 16 June 2014

The High Court has ruled that TV service YouView is infringing on the copyright name YourView owned by Total Ltd. YouView, a joint venture between BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, BT, TalkTalk and Arqiva faces an injunction from Total Ltd. Mr Justice Sales... >>

BT Extra Box service launches for multi-room YouView viewing

BT Extra Box service launches for multi-room YouView viewing

By 2 June 2014

BT now offers its Extra Box option for users who would like to have their channel subscriptions in more than one room. The additional YouView+ box will work with all the same subscription channels and bolt-ons as the main box in the house. The second... >>

A week in reviews: 12 - 16 May

A week in reviews: 12 - 16 May

By 17 May 2014

This week smartphones are the big news. In addition to our full review of the affordable and often brilliant Huawei Ascend P7, we've seen the new budget Motorola Moto E and small-scale HTC One mini 2 announced too. We've also been driving in sunny Portugal... >>

BT YouView+ Humax DTR-T2100 review
4.5 out of 5

BT YouView+ Humax DTR-T2100 review

By 16 May 2014

YouView isn't standing still and the YouView hardware supplied by BT isn't either. The Freeview PVR and catch-up TV service set-top box needs to keep evolving in the face of both Sky's and Virgin's formidable - albeit expensive - services, and that's... >>

UK ISPs agree to send piracy alert letters to suspected offenders

UK ISPs agree to send piracy alert letters to suspected offenders

By 9 May 2014

After years of talks, internet service providers in the UK are about to sign a deal to help cut down on piracy by sending alert letters to suspected offenders. However, they will be educational in tone rather legal. And after four alerts, ISPs will take... >>

BT Sport will be second broadcaster available through Chromecast in UK

BT Sport will be second broadcaster available through Chromecast in UK

By 1 April 2014

BT Sport plans to add support for Chromecast, making it the second UK broadcaster available through Google's HDMI dongle. John Petter, consumer division head at BT, announced via The Financial Times that BT Sport is coming to Chromecast, though only BT... >>

YouView’s future secured, all major backers agree investment extension - including BBC

YouView’s future secured, all major backers agree investment extension - including BBC

By 28 March 2014

Contrary to rumour and speculation in recent months, the BBC has joined the rest of the original YouView backers in pledging further investment to the service for another five years. The new agreement includes ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, BT, TalkTalk and... >>

Got Google Chromecast? Got a BT Home Hub? You might want to read this

Got Google Chromecast? Got a BT Home Hub? You might want to read this

By 19 March 2014

Google Chromecast owners with a BT Home Hub will need to make a change to their settings to get all the functionality out of Google's HDMI streaming stick. Setup for the Chromecast is very simple. It only takes a couple of minutes to register it on your... >>

BT YouView+ box gets downsized, now fanless

BT YouView+ box gets downsized, now fanless

By 25 February 2014

BT has launched a new BT YouView+ set-top box that has been substantially downsized as redesigned over the previous iteration. When we first saw BT's YouView box in October 2012 we were told there would be other boxes coming in the future, but that BT... >>

ITV screens top adverts remade in Lego to celebrate Lego Movie release (video)

ITV screens top adverts remade in Lego to celebrate Lego Movie release (video)

By 10 February 2014

As part of the hype for The Lego Movie, one of the commercial breaks during last night's Dancing on Ice on ITV featured some special versions of genuine adverts. They had all been remade using Lego. Recognisable ads from the British Heart Foundation,... >>