Both models of Sky+HD box distributed in the UK from now on will have Wi-Fi built into the box, with both the standard unit and the 2TB whopper now able to hook into your home network without the need to shove wires under the carpet. Read More >>
Sky's held up its hands and admitted to being a bit slack when it comes to integrating its Sky Go system and Android, with the boss of product design and development at Sky stepping up and taking responsibility for the mess. Read More >>
For some utterly bizarre reason, probably to do with an enormous amount of Korean Won hitting ITV's bank account, Samsung and ITV have joined up to make the updated ITV Player Android app a Samsung exclusive -- meaning you need a Samsung phone or tablet to install it. Read More >>
Want to watch the likes of Shameless, Peep Show, or even Grand Designs on your Android of choice? Well now you can, and without having to mess around with a web app, either. Download the official 4oD app from Google Play and stream shows, via Wi-Fi only, to your hearts content. Well, if you're not rooted that is.
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Virgin Media's Virgin TV Anywhere portal is now live, letting Virgin subscribers access content through desktop and mobile web sites or an app. The app option is for iOS only at the moment, so Android users will have to make do with the mobile site for now. Read More >>
BBC's iPlayer content is now available in homes running one of satellite broadcaster Sky's Sky+ boxes, with Sky claiming around 6.7million households can now catch up on the latest miserable events in EastEnders through their Sky boxes. Read More >>
Because that's the big idea of MTV UK's new streaming service, which gives users a pay-as-you-go option when it comes to watching its range of intellectually stimulating documentary programming about the history of World War II. Read More >>
Sky’s continuing full speed with its push to release its content from its satellite lock-in. Sky Anytime+, which lets you stream Sky’s TV roster plus on-demand catch-up from the likes of the BBC, can now be pulled down across any internet connection as predicted, not just Sky’s own-broadband service. Read More >>
We might get to finally use the YouView catch-up internet TV service later this year, with TV execs giving the launch of the Freeview-based TV-on-demand system a rough arrival date of May. Read More >>
Sky has a very interesting new TV product lined up for 2012, which will allow those who don't currently subscribe to its satellite TV service to watch some of its more popular shows over the web on a pay-as-you-go basis. Read More >>
Microsoft has come through with its promise to deliver a few UK-themed catch-up channels for those who do their TV watching through Xbox 360, with archive content from both Channel 4 and Five now available. Read More >>
Popular US video streaming site Hulu might be about to move into Europe according to reports coming out of Germany, with TV executives said to be discussing options for its first official EU appearance. Read More >>