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Ofcom refers Sky's Pay TV movie practices to Competition Commission

Ofcom refers Sky's Pay TV movie practices to Competition Commission

By 4 August 2010

After an investigation into Sky's Pay TV movie packages, Ofcom has decided to refer the company's practices to the Competition Commission. Rival service providers Virgin Media, BT, Setanta and Top Up TV submitted complaints over 3 years ago over the way... >>

Top Up TV+ Digital Television Recorder goes on sale

Top Up TV+ Digital Television Recorder goes on sale

By 2 July 2007

Top Up TV, a provider of TV content on the DTT platform, today announced that its Digital Television Recorder (DTR - what's more usually known in the UK as a PVR) will now be available both in store and online from John Lewis priced £139. The Top Up... >>

Digital TV set to kill video

Digital TV set to kill video

By 26 April 2007

2012 is a popular date here in the UK with everything set to change from sport right through to TV as the digital switch over happens. When digital TV becomes the way to watch television then VCRs and DVDs will apparently become redundant, creating a... >>

Top Up TV gets price drop

Top Up TV gets price drop

By 27 March 2007

Top Up TV has reduced the price of its the Top Up TV Digital Television Recorder from £180.00 to just £149.99 in an attempt to drum up more trade. The new price includes the Top Up TV DTR and starter pack, connection to the Top Up TV Anytime service... >>

Men actually do follow instructions

Men actually do follow instructions

By 29 January 2007

Contrary to popular belief, men actually do take time to read instruction book when setting up household appliances and gadgets. Sixty-seven per cent of men take time to read instructions when setting up things like DVD players, while women actually refer... >>

Older surfers not interested in downloading media

Older surfers not interested in downloading media

By 6 December 2006

The older generation may not be as tech-savvy as proviously thought, according to a new survey by ICM, commissioned by BiBC. The results of the phone survey show that nearly 50% of respondents aged between 55 and 64 don't and aren't interested in downloading... >>