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New Sky+ EPG and homepage starts to roll out to Sky+HD customers

New Sky+ EPG and homepage starts to roll out to Sky+HD customers

By 18 March 2014

Sky customers will start to get the new Sky+ EPG from today. The new homepage packages different elements of the Sky TV service together as tiles, with the channel listings now an accessible section alongside Catch Up TV, the Sky+ Planner, Sky Store and... >>

Sky+ EPG (2014): What's new? (video)

Sky+ EPG (2014): What's new? (video)

By 18 March 2014

Sky has detailed its new Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) and Pocket-lint was treated to a behind closed doors sneak peak at some of the features ahead of a bigger rollout expected in April. Already being tested by hundreds of Sky employees, the new system... >>

Sky plans to use new EPG to help you decide what to watch next

Sky plans to use new EPG to help you decide what to watch next

By 13 March 2014

Sky is set to offer a new recommendations service for Sky+ customers later this summer, following the rollout of its new Electronic Programme Guide (EPG). The new feature will recommend and suggest content to watch based on what you have saved in on your... >>

Game of Thrones series 1-3 available for catch-up on NOW TV and Sky OnDemand ahead of season 4 premiere

Game of Thrones series 1-3 available for catch-up on NOW TV and Sky OnDemand ahead of season 4 premiere

By 10 March 2014

Winter is coming. But before it arrives in series 4 of Game of Thrones, a catch-up session is available on Sky. From today, series 1-3 of Game of Thrones are ready to watch on Sky OnDemand. The shows, all in HD, can be watched ad-free right now meaning... >>

Sky heralds age of 'connected TV' as 2013 financial results show Sky Go on the rise

Sky heralds age of 'connected TV' as 2013 financial results show Sky Go on the rise

By 30 January 2014

Sky has posted its unaudited financial results for the six months ending 31 December 2013. It made a £647 million profit in the period, but the biggest rise is in the number of Sky+HD customers who have connected their boxes to the internet. Thanks to... >>

Sky unveils new Sky TV EPG to push on-demand content, coming this spring

Sky unveils new Sky TV EPG to push on-demand content, coming this spring

By 30 January 2014

Sky will be updating its Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) for all Sky customers this spring to highlight its on-demand offering better than it currently does. The change is in response to the growing number of Sky subscribers that are choosing to watch... >>

Sky and HBO extend exclusivity deal to 2020, will now make original shows together

Sky and HBO extend exclusivity deal to 2020, will now make original shows together

By 30 January 2014

BSkyB has announced that it has extended its exclusivity agreement with HBO to show the US channel's programming in the UK on Sky Atlantic first. The new deal will run until 2020 and includes an agreement to make new original drama shows together. Sky... >>

Sky On Demand gets catch-up TV from Watch, Gold, Dave and Alibi

Sky On Demand gets catch-up TV from Watch, Gold, Dave and Alibi

By 29 January 2014

UKTV has signed a deal with Sky to add catch-up TV services for four of its channels - Gold, Dave, Watch and Alibi - to Sky's On Demand platform. Sky+HD customers will now be able to access shows from each of the channels on demand after they have originally... >>

Sky Wireless Booster review
4 out of 5

Sky Wireless Booster review

By 29 January 2014

This is a review for Sky customers, as the Sky Wireless Booster is a new product in the company's arsenal. If you already have a Sky Broadband router in your home then, let us guess, its wireless power doesn't quite reach everywhere? In the UK, with our... >>

OneDrive: The new global name for SkyDrive, as Microsoft adheres to court order

OneDrive: The new global name for SkyDrive, as Microsoft adheres to court order

By 27 January 2014

Microsoft has changed the name of its SkyDrive cloud service to OneDrive, after a UK court found in June 2013 that the original name infringed on a trademark owned by British broadcaster and network BSkyB. Microsoft agreed to change the name without... >>


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