Monthly Archives: December 2012

YouView Releases Remote Record Mobile App On iOS But Not Android

Ever known that ghastly feeling, when you set off somewhere on your Christmas holidays, only to realise to your horror that you forgot to programme your YouView set-top box to record the Eastenders episodes to watch when you come back? YouView releases remote record mobile app on iOS but not Android Well, worry no more because now YouView has come ... Read More »

Sky Go App Hits Android Jelly Bean Devices Like Google Nexus 4 & 7

BSkyB (British Sky Broadcasting) has delivered an early Christmas present to thousands of Android lovers with the news that its popular Sky Go service is now supported by an additional 14 devices running the Jelly Bean operating system, including the Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 7, plus a host of devices from Samsung, HTC and Sony. Sky Go app hits ... Read More »

Japanese TV Makers Panasonic & Sony May Sell Assets To Raise Capital

Cash-strapped electronics firm Panasonic is considering selling off assets worth more than £800 million as it battles to stay afloat this Christmas. Japanese TV makers Panasonic & Sony may sell assets to raise capital Reuters reports that the struggling Japanese TV manufacturer is desperately seeking buyers for buildings and other assets that it owns, following a second year of record-breaking ... Read More »

Sky Films Queen’s Christmas Message In 3D For Broadcast On BBC HD

Never one to shy away from the big screen when given the chance, the Queen is set to build upon her impressive performance at this year’s Olympics opening ceremony with yet another milestone, delivering her upcoming Christmas speech in the third dimension for the first time. Sky films Queen’s Christmas message in 3D for broadcast on BBC HD The news ... Read More »

OLED TV Prices May Be Lowered By New Polymer Development

There’s been a lot of excitement generated by the thought of having OLED TVs taking pride of place in our living rooms over the course of this year, but this has yet to transpire due to the extremely high cost of manufacturing the televisions. OLED TV prices may be lowered by new polymer development As we reported previously on HDTVTest, ... Read More »