Comcast and ViacomCBS have announced a new streaming service for 20 European countries called SkyShowtime, which will launch next year. The pricing for the service will be unveiled closer to launch.
Sky has announced that Paramount+ is coming to its platform in several European markets next year. It will be included in the price of Sky Cinema or as an add-on for other customers.
Sky has re-branded its NOW TV service and is simply now known as NOW. It also changed the name of Passes to Membership. The new brand will arrive in the UK first then Italy, Germany and Ireland.
Sky Mobile customers can now order a free gift SIM which can be loaded up with their spare Sky Piggybank data that has been built up over lockdown. The gift SIM can be shared with others.
Sky Broadband has announced two new FTTP broadband packages that offer download speeds of up to 145Mbps and upload speed of up to 27Mbps. Both offers are available on an 18-month contract.
The UK's digital regulator, Ofcom, has persuaded several more broadband providers to offer cheaper out-of-contract rates for vulnerable customers. Despite this, Ofcom said things can be better still.
Ofcom has said that several leading broadband suppliers will offer fairer pricing for out-of-contract customers from March 2020. From February, customers will be notified when they're out-of-contract.
Sky Mobile has begun selling the kid-friendly SPACETALK smartwatch. The device lets kids call parent-approved contacts and lets parents keep tabs on their child's real-time and historical location.
Sky has announced that 5G connectivity will be available to Sky Mobile customers from November this year. As Sky Mobile piggybacks on O2's network, it has to wait until O2 launches 5G in October.
Sky has partnered with Common Sense Media to provide data for a new Parents' Guide tool that starts rolling out on Sky Q devices from today. The tool will help parents find suitable content for kids.
Ofcom has revealed the UK's best and worst telecom firms based on customer service. Overall the companies performed better than last year, having a higher customer satisfaction rates.
Ofcom has revealed new rules coming into effect today which will see that customers are "fairly" compensated by ISPs if there are any faults with their broadband or landline service.
Comcast has finally outbid 21st Century Fox in a long acquisition battle for British broadcaster Sky, after it raised its offer to £17.28 per share. The auction puts Sky's value at $40 billion.
Sky has prematurely posted its Sky Mobile tariff offers for the upcoming Galaxy Note9 on its website. No new device details were given other than that there is a 128GB Galaxy Note9 model.
Sky Mobile will continue to operate on Telefónica UK's network after a new long-term deal was signed. The two firms will also work to test and launch 5G over the next couple of years.
If you love your Amazon Echo 2, but wish you could bring it with you while out and about, Ninety7 released a battery pack called SKY that will give you up to eight hours of runtime.
Netflix and Sky have inked a deal which will see Netflix become integrated into the Sky Q platform. Sky said it'll be available in the U.K., Ireland, Austria Germany, and Italy but announced no price.
All the major ISPs have now begun issuing educational alerts to suspected pirates. Sky has gone a little further and is asking suspected infringers to remove piracy-enabling software.
Satellite TV provider Sky has announced plans to offer its subscription TV service via broadband next year for some customers, a notable departure from its traditional satellite delivery model.
Sky has reported a new peak on its broadband network which caters to six million customers. The peak was observed late on Christmas day, when the data crossing its network reached 5Tbps.
Aside from a reduced cost on its entry-level broadband offer, Sky will also be offering a free LG TV, a Lenovo laptop, or a £100 reward to those who buy Sky TV bundles. The offers end December 4th.
Sky will begin pre-orders for its upcoming mobile service, Sky Mobile. When it becomes available, Sky will become a quad play provider, boosting its ability to attract and keep customers.
Sky has announced in a briefing to shareholders that it has been working on Sky Mobile, its attempt to enter the UK mobile carrier market. The company has already done tests and plans to launch soon.
Sky has almost finished off its upgrade to IPv6. The move should see Sky customers connections become more reliable as there won't be disconnections caused by IPv4 address renewals.
Sky has announced a new broadband package featuring 76Mbps and unlimited usage. With that speed, this makes Sky Fibre Max, as it is known, Sky's fastest offering to date. It'll cost £25 + line rental.
Now TV has begun offering contract-less phone and broadband offerings that come bundled with one of its TV passes which lets you watch movies, sports and box sets. Prices start at £27.98.
Sky has announced that its Broadband Shield will be enabled by default for new and existing users. It follows a trial which showed, when enabled by default, people were more likely to use it.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.
Sky and ITV are jumping on the eSports bandwagon after investing in GINX eSports TV, which will give the UK its first around-the-clock video gaming channel later this month.
Sky is the latest big brand to launch a new app on the Windows Store. Its Football Score Centre app offers plenty of resources for fans of 'the beautiful game', including the handy Sky Pub Finder.
The UK's largest pay-TV provider has launched its long-awaited app on Microsoft's Xbox One, bringing access to live and on-demand content for customers with Sky Go Extra or Sky Multiscreen.
Greater user control and recommendations are added to the popular UK video platforms as they try to keep users from moving to rival video services.
A European court has blocked Microsoft's attempt to trademark Skype's name in the EU, on the grounds that it is too similar to Sky's - but the effects of the ruling do not require a Skype rebrand.
The new subscription-free service from the BBC, Channel 4, ITV and Sky will offer live TV, catch-up and on-demand content - but it seems you'll need a new TV or set-top box to be able to access it.
From Surface success and the Office touch, to revenge porn, Amazon stores, flagship Lumias and a serving of HTC (c)rap, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Adding to its TV, broadband and landline packages, Sky is set to become a 'quad-play' provider with the launch of its own mobile voice and data services, running on the O2 UK network.
As the battle between Internet service providers and their customers who want to view adult content on the web rages on, TalkTalk has become the latest UK ISP to filter such material by default.
Various ads from Virgin Media have been banned after BT and Sky complained to the ASA over claims that Virgin customers could expect to download "five times faster" than on its rivals' networks.
Sky has announced the launch of its NOW TV on-demand streaming service on the Xbox One, bringing some of its top movies, sports and entertainment to the console for the first time.
Sky has continued to improve it's HD PVR boxes for their Satellite service over the past few years and today we are covering their latest top-end box, the Sky+HD 2TB which now includes built in Wi-Fi.