How would you like to get four premium, paid (normally) TV channels – Discovery, Shudder, BFI and MGM, completely free for three months? That’s what Amazon is offering its UK customers this month, ahead of their annual Prime Day. The catch? You need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber (but you can get a free trial of
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
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
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
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