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Amazon Unveils The “Fire TV Cube” With Streaming And Alexa – When Will It Come To The UK?

A new device is joining the Amazon Fire TV family of streaming devices – and this time, it’s a hybrid of an Amazon Echo, a Fire TV streaming device, a speaker – and even a universal remote of sorts. The device is available for pre-order now for $120 (or $89.99 for Prime users – for one day only) – but unfortunately, it’s only available in the US for the time being. As

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Starz Launches In The UK Via Amazon Prime – With A Disappointing Selection

Starz, the popular American premium TV network is finally launching in the UK – sort of. The channel, responsible for hit shows such as Outlander, Power and Ash VS The Evil Dead, will be available as a paid add-on channel for Amazon Prime Video subscribers. However, most of Starz’ hit shows will actually NOT be part of this new channel – at least for now. Amazon Channels is an add-on service for

BBC Report Record Figures For iPlayer: UK Cord Cutting On The Rise?

More than 285 million programmes were watched via the BBC iPlayer during February 2018 – a 4% increase over February 2017, the BBC reports. Those numbers are not much of a surprise, when you consider more and more people are moving to TV streaming options. And while the cost of watching the BBC (a TV licence) doesn’t change depending on HOW you watch (over the air with an aerial, or

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UK TV Cord Cutting Cost Calculator – How Much Money Can You Save By Ditching Sky/Virgin/BT TV?

(Update: We have removed the actual calculator for technical reasons, and are looking to implement a new solution soon). TV Cord Cutting – the act of cancelling expensive TV packages and moving to online streaming services such as Netflix, can save you a lot of money. Instead of paying for all those channels you never watch, you only pay for the ones you do – and have the flexibility of cancelling

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Google Blocks YouTube On Amazon’s Fire TV, Due To Ongoing Feud Between The Two Companies

Get ready to say goodbye to YouTube on Amazon’s Fire TV devices – unless a new agreement can be reached before January 1, 2018. This week, Google announced they’re going to block access to YouTube on Amazon’s “Echo Show” device (a version of Amazon’s personal assistant that also comes with a screen), AND on the entire Fire TV range. This is the second time Google are pulling YouTube from the

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