Easter came early this year, with price reductions on Amazon’s excellent TV streamer – the Fire TV
The annual TV Licence fee is going up next month – but there’s still time to save some money
In a surprising announcement, Sky say they will finally add a Netflix app to their NOW TV streaming boxes
After a long delay, Amazon Echo devices in the UK can now be used to control Amazon Fire TV devices, hands-free
Sky have raised prices on their NOW TV Sports Passes for cord cutters – what other options have you got?
At £15, the NOW TV Smart Stick is one of the cheapest streamers in the UK. But how does it stand against the Amazon FireTV Stick and Google’s Chromecast?
The service that lets you stream Freeview Channels plus premium ones via Broadband, just got a whole lot better
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
We’re collecting the best UK Black Friday 2017 deals on streamers, TV sets, gaming consoles and more devices and services for TV cord cutters
Netflix announced yesterday (October 5) they would be raising their subscription prices in the US. Sharp eyes, however, have noticed the company quietly raised their prices in the UK as well – effective immediately for new subscribers, and at a later date for existing customers. Also See: Our Full Netflix UK Review And Guide Worth
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