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Sky Go on PS4: Sony console starts home entertainment pitch in earnest

Sky Go on PS4: Sony console starts home entertainment pitch in earnest

By 4 December 2014

Sky has announced that Sky Go customers will be able to access the catch-up service on the Sony PlayStation 4 from today via the TV from Sky app in PlayStation Store. However, users will have to pay extra for the feature unless they already subscribe... >>

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

By 7 November 2014

Over the last few years, movie and TV show streaming services have become increasingly important to the way that we want to consume our content in the UK. As well as the big and obvious free platforms from the country's major broadcasters, such as BBC... >>

Sky invests in US TV streaming service Pluto.TV, is Sky Go soon to get a facelift?

Sky invests in US TV streaming service Pluto.TV, is Sky Go soon to get a facelift?

By 13 October 2014

Sky has announced a major investment in the US online video service Pluto.TV. It has paid the firm half-a-million dollars, partly to draw on its experience in streamed content and the new ways people are enjoying television across multiple platforms.... >>

Sky Go to get live World Cup matches as ITV signs up to service

Sky Go to get live World Cup matches as ITV signs up to service

By 4 June 2014

Sky has signed ITV's channels for inclusion in its Sky Go application, which introduces live World Cup matches to the mix. As ITV has half the terrestrial TV rights to the live matches throughout the tournament in Brazil, Sky Go users will be able to... >>

Sky Go and Now TV coming to PS4 from this summer

Sky Go and Now TV coming to PS4 from this summer

By 1 May 2014

Sky has just announced that its streaming services, Sky Go and Now TV, will arrive on Sony's PlayStation 4 from this summer. First to become available will be Now TV, the subscription-free online streaming platform, which will arrive this summer. That... >>

New #WatchOnSky means anyone can watch or record a show straight from Twitter

New #WatchOnSky means anyone can watch or record a show straight from Twitter

By 16 April 2014

Sky has just announced a clever new service that uses Twitter for one click recording or watching of Sky, directly from a tweet. Using #WatchOnSky in a tweet from Sky means a user can click into it and be given the option of how to watch it. From within... >>

ITV Encore will launch on Sky as ITV's first new channel in eight years

ITV Encore will launch on Sky as ITV's first new channel in eight years

By 29 January 2014

ITV has just announced that it will be launching a new channel called ITV Encore, its first new channel in eight years. ITV Encore will be pay to view when it arrives on Sky as part of a wider four-year partnership. That will mean ITV content is made... >>

Sky Go is coming to Windows Phone 8 in Italy but not the UK

Sky Go is coming to Windows Phone 8 in Italy but not the UK

By 5 December 2013

From mid-December Sky Go will be available as an app for Windows Phone 8 users with a Nokia Lumia smartphone. The catch? It’s Italy only. We contacted Sky to see if this means UK Sky users could look forward to a similar offering. Sadly the answer was... >>

Sky Go released on Android tablets today

Sky Go released on Android tablets today

By 4 December 2013

As promised by Sky a few weeks back, its Sky Go Android app has landed on tablets today. Head over to Google Play now to download it for free. The update - which works on most Android tablets running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above - has been... >>

Tank Top TV lets you find where to stream or download box sets, instantly

Tank Top TV lets you find where to stream or download box sets, instantly

By 28 November 2013

Tank Top TV is a website that houses links to more than 2,500 digital TV box sets. It’s a bit like a Google search that only links to videos and has everything you could want to watch. That’s over 73,000 episodes of TV at your fingertips. Imagine... >>


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