Microsoft has reversed its policy requiring the Xbox One console to check-in every 24 hours as well as other restrictions on second-hand games following extensive criticism.
BSkyB is to face an Ofcom investigation over claims that it withheld its Sky Sports channels from BT’s YouView service while offering them to rivals.
Netflix has entered into a deal with Dreamworks Animation that will see the streaming service premier 300 hours of animation.
US cable TV company Time Warner Cable is reportedly offering incentives to prevent hit TV shows being offered to online services like Apple TV.
Freesat has published figures for 2012/13 that shows the freeview satellite service is growing fast.
Samsung is determined to push its Smart TV platform and is pumping a rumoured £14 million into spreading the word.
Rentals of DVD and Blu-ray films is predicted to have fallen to an all time low in the UK.
BT doesn’t believe that smart TVs are a serious competitor to set top boxes, for the time being at least. Alex Green, director, TV for BT Retail was talking to Broadband TV News,…
Virgin Media has seen a rise in the number of customers switching to its TiVo PVR and set top box.
Digital TV Labs has become an accredited Independent Certification Vendor for products wanting to comply with the DLNA home networking standard.
A paradigm shift has occurred with the use of graph-based semantic technologies to achieve next-generation user experiences in web, mobile and enterprise applications.
Virgin’s TV Anywhere service has been given an additional 21 channels, taking the total number of live channels to 66. These include the addition of Channel 4, Nickelodeon and a range of Sky…
UltraViolet, the technology that allows purchasers to download a secure digital copy of movies and TV shows, is to be extended to France and Germany by the end of Q3 this year. The…
With BT having secured the rights to a selection of top Premier League matches every season for the next three years, starting this August, it seems a price war is about get underway…
Samsung offices in South Korea have been raided by local police investigating claims of the theft of LG’s OLED Display technology.