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Sky happy to explore opportunities of Xbox One, YouView not so much

Sky happy to explore opportunities of Xbox One, YouView not so much

By 24 May 2013

Sky has told Pocket-lint it is happy to explore any future opportunities offered by the Xbox One suggesting that we could see a strong tie-in between Microsoft and the broadcaster in time for the launch of the console at the end of the year. "We enjoy... >>

Sky Sports iPad app updated for Champions League final, 20 camera angle choice

Sky Sports iPad app updated for Champions League final, 20 camera angle choice

By 20 May 2013

Sky has added a new feature to its Sky Sports iPad app just in time for the Champions League final. It is now possible to select from 20 different camera angles to watch a match. Called Sky Sports 360, it isn't the first time that Sky has been experimenting... >>

BT Sport channels to be free to BT broadband customers, £15 for Sky

BT Sport channels to be free to BT broadband customers, £15 for Sky

By 9 May 2013

When BT first announced it was bidding for some of the Premier League live football rights, many were unsure how they would be used. Now we know. BT Sport will be comprised of a suite of channels, with BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 2 joined by the newly acquired... >>

Best Android movie player apps

Best Android movie player apps

By 2 May 2013

There are lots of options when it comes to watching video on your Android phone. Nearly every manufacturer has some sort of offering unique to its take on how TV and films should be on Android to try to persuade you in its direction. On top of that there... >>

Sky to debut Hannibal and other TV shows on demand, as catch-up popularity grows

Sky to debut Hannibal and other TV shows on demand, as catch-up popularity grows

By 2 May 2013

Sky has released its third-quarter financial results and revealed that its catch-up services have grown dramatically in popularity. The company says 45,000 of its customers connected their set-to-boxes to home broadband services every week in the first... >>

Sky Go: Now available on SGS4, Xperia Z, and HTC One

Sky Go: Now available on SGS4, Xperia Z, and HTC One

By 18 April 2013

Sky has added more Android devices to the list of those compatible for Sky Go, the on demand video and TV show service from Sky for its customers. Sky has added support for the latest flagship Android handsets on the market including the new Sony Xperia... >>

The Masters 2013: Why this year's coverage will be Sky Sports' most advanced yet

The Masters 2013: Why this year's coverage will be Sky Sports' most advanced yet

By 4 April 2013

Sky is the first foreign broadcaster permitted to use hardware on the Augusta National course during this year's Masters Golf Tournament from 11 to 14 April. It will be placing ball flight-tracing cameras behind the tees on the 10th and 13th holes, next... >>

Game of Thrones piracy is a compliment, says HBO

Game of Thrones piracy is a compliment, says HBO

By 2 April 2013

Game of Thrones returned to UK screens on Monday night, US on Sunday, for its third season and so is bound to top Sky Atlantic's viewing charts for several weeks. It will also undoubtedly top another, less salubrious chart, aping former seasons' "honours"... >>

Sky Go gets Disney Movies, Syfy, Universal Channel and more, now offers 49 live channels

Sky Go gets Disney Movies, Syfy, Universal Channel and more, now offers 49 live channels

By 28 March 2013

A swathe of new channels has been added to Sky's mobile live and on-demand TV platform, Sky Go. Disney Movies will be available from 6pm tonight (28 March) to Movies subscribers and then during the same time slots as its broadcast TV equivalent every... >>

Now TV to offer Sky Sports as pay-as-you-go service without need for Sky subscription

Now TV to offer Sky Sports as pay-as-you-go service without need for Sky subscription

By 19 March 2013

Sky's Now TV service has announced that it has added Sky Sports to the on-demand service, bringing all six Sky Sports channels to those happy to pay £9.99 for 24 hours of access on a pay-as-you-go basis.  The on-demand service, which has been available... >>