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Netflix to release its first movie in cinemas and at home in 2015, Crouching Tiger 2

Netflix to release its first movie in cinemas and at home in 2015, Crouching Tiger 2

By 30 September 2014

Netflix has announced that it will make the sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon as its first movie release. The film will be available on both Netflix and in IMAX cinemas at the same time when released. This will be the first time Netflix has released... >>

Tesco Clubcard TV canned ahead of Hudl 2 launch

Tesco Clubcard TV canned ahead of Hudl 2 launch

By 29 September 2014

Tesco has announced the closure of its free online video streaming service Clubcard TV. Offered to customers with free Tesco Clubcard accounts, the service provided access to movies and television shows, including The Smurfs and Speed Racer. However,... >>

Dolby Atmos explained: What is it and how do I get it?

Dolby Atmos explained: What is it and how do I get it?

By 25 September 2014

Say the words "home cinema" to many members of the general public and they will likely first think of all-in-one-box solutions from brands such as Panasonic, Samsung and LG. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. However, true home cinephiles... >>

BT Sport Extra red button service now available on BT, Sky and Virgin Media, offers more live footy

BT Sport Extra red button service now available on BT, Sky and Virgin Media, offers more live footy

By 25 September 2014

BT Sport has introduced a red button service to offer even more live football than its existing channels can handle. As part of its battle with Sky, which launched Sky Sports 5 HD last month to show continental football, BT Sport has lined up a large... >>

Spoiler alert: New Netflix site will spoil the plot of your favourite programmes

Spoiler alert: New Netflix site will spoil the plot of your favourite programmes

By 24 September 2014

Ever wonder what happens to the character of Jenny in Forrest Gump? Well, if you haven't managed to watch the film at all over the last two decades, you should probably just visit Netflix's Living with Spoilers. Netflix has launched a website that aims... >>

Your Apple TV just got a bit more useful, NOW TV available in full

Your Apple TV just got a bit more useful, NOW TV available in full

By 24 September 2014

NOW TV is now available on Apple TV in full. The sports part of the over-the-top video service from Sky was added to Apple's media streaming box at the end of last year, but users have asked for the entertainment and film areas for some time. Sky has... >>

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

By 23 September 2014

Sony has announced the PlayStation TV will release in the US and Canada next month. The set-top box will launch in Europe just one month later. The PS TV, which first released in Japan and other countries, will allow you to access movies and TV shows... >>

Braaiiinnsss!!! Hands-on with The Walking Dead special edition Now TV box and Brain Food Popcorn Bowl

Braaiiinnsss!!! Hands-on with The Walking Dead special edition Now TV box and Brain Food Popcorn Bowl

By 23 September 2014

We're big fans of The Walking Dead here on Pocket-lint, the original Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard comic books and the TV series. And we were already fizzing with excitement that season five is almost on us, starting in the US on 12 October and screening... >>

Apple TV update adds flat icons, Beats Music, Family Sharing, and more

Apple TV update adds flat icons, Beats Music, Family Sharing, and more

By 17 September 2014

Apple has updated Apple TV, following the release of iOS 8 to the public. The new software brings redesigned icons that look very much like the flatter icons Apple introduced in iOS 7. You will also notice the icons for Music, Computers, and TV shows... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook: TV is stuck in the 70s, but Apple TV is still just a hobby

Apple CEO Tim Cook: TV is stuck in the 70s, but Apple TV is still just a hobby

By 12 September 2014

Apple TV is doing better than expected, but it still isn't the answer to TV's problems and it definitely is still considered a hobby device. Or at least that's what Tim Cook indicated today, while ironically, on television. During an interview on PBS... >>