The Amazon Fire TV has long been my go-to streaming device in the UK (see my full review here), and yesterday Amazon finally announced the 3rd generation: The all-new Fire TV with 4K HDR. While the new device has some impressive new picture quality capabilities, it also has some downsides over the previous Fire TV
Sky’s streaming TV service, NOW TV, have raised their prices starting August 15: The Entertainment Pass, which is the package that includes TV programmes and Sky’s live TV channels, now costs £7.99 per month, instead of £6.99 – an increase of almost 15%. While there are still ways of reducing that cost (by buying several months in advance, for
Many months after it’s debut in the United States, Amazon announced this week that it will be adding “Amazon Channels” to its Amazon Prime video streaming service in the UK (along with Germany and Austria). The service, which is only available to existing (or new) Amazon Prime subscribers, will enable viewers in the United Kingdom
Sky’s NOW TV subscription-free video on demand service adds subtitles. How can you get them, and what content is available?
The updated version of the Amazon Fire TV Stick video streamer is finally coming to the UK, bringing with it Amazon’s popular voice assitant, Alexa
Good news for UK viewers who need (or prefer) subtitles, as digital video providers will be required to follow the “traditional” broadcasters
New EU rules will change the way Netflix and other streaming services are allowed to use Geo Blocking. How will this effect UK subscribers?
BBC iPlayer is one of the most important services in any UK cord cutter’s tool-set. The ability to instantly stream the BBC’s programmes, movies and live channels is a god send, and really helps with the ditching of traditional cable packages. Soon, however, if you happen to have a Windows Phone – your iPlayer app
Saved At The Last Moment: In a move straight out of a (Discovery?) docudrama series, Sky and NOW TV will get to keep Discovery’s group of channel, after the two companies managed to reach a financial agreement. As we reported last week, Discovery, a US company responsible for channels such as Animal Planet, TLC and –