Monthly Archives: January 2013

Apple TV Sales Hit 2 Million Units In Q4’12, But No Sign Of iTV

Apple’s share price dropped to an 11-month low as it reported slightly disappointing sales over the fourth quarter in 2012, but it wasn’t all bad news for the US technology giant as it announced that sales of its Apple TV media streaming box hit a purple patch with more than two million units shipped during the last quarter. Apple TV ... Read More »

Sony ColorWorks To Offer Ultra HD 4K Content Post-Production

We were all pretty impressed with the awesome range of 4K TVs on show at CES 2013. Clearly, ultra high-definition (UHD) is set to be the next big thing in home entertainment for a few years while manufacturers grapple with the problems of making OLED TV display technology more affordable, but in the meantime there’s another issue that’s preventing many ... Read More »

LoveFilm Gets Channel 4’s 4oD Content Like Peep Show & Shameless

LoveFilm has just stepped its game up a notch, tying up a deal with Channel 4 that allows them to stream popular 4oD shows such as The Inbetweeners, Teachers and Peep Show on its internet TV service. The move to secure 4oD content follows last week’s deal with NBC Universal that saw LoveFilm add popular US television shows like Knight ... Read More »

Almost Half Of Brits Haven’t Heard Of YouView: Catch-Up TV Survey

New research has revealed that nearly half of the British public has never heard of YouView, calling into question claims by its chief proponent Lord Sugar, who at the time of the subscription-free digital service’s launch had promised it would “revolutionise the way we watch television”. Almost half of Brits haven’t heard of YouView: catch-up TV survey The surprise findings ... Read More »

Sky Go Extra App Allows Movie Downloads On iPhone, iPad & Android

British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) has announced a big expansion of its popular Sky Go service, allowing subscribers to download exclusive on-demand content for up to four users per subscription for an additional fee of just £5 per month. Sky Go Extra app allows movie downloads on iPhone, iPad & Android The satellite television broadcaster confirmed that Sky Go Extra will ... Read More »