Now TV’s Latest Sports Pass Lets You Watch Men Hit Tiny Balls With Sticks

If you want to watch lots of sport, but don't want to shell out for Sky TV, the only real (legal) option is to go for Now TV and its sports passes. Those can be quite expensive if you buy them repeatedly, but if you're a golf fan you're in luck, because Sky has launched a Golf-centric pass so you can watch golf all summer long for a fraction of the cost. Read More >>

Sky Celebrates the Royal Wedding With Discounted Sky Q and a Half Price LG TV

Whenever there's an excuse for companies to peddle extra stuff you didn't think you wanted, they will. Whether it's Star Wars day, Valentine's Day, or because a member of the Royal Family is getting married. That's exactly what Sky is doing anyway, trying to flog subscriptions to Sky Q using the Royal Wedding as an excuse. Read More >>

Sky Will Celebrate the Royal Wedding by Broadcasting it in 4K With Sky Q

If you want to watch TV on 19th May, your options for watching anything other than a man and woman getting married are dwindling quite quickly. Sky has just announced that it too will be joining in the Royal Wedding celebrations, by revealing it will be broadcasting the entire thing live and in 4K UHD resolution. Read More >>

Sky Mobile is Bringing Data Rollover to Tablet Tariffs, But No iPads Yet

For people who don't have unlimited data plans, which let's be honest is the vast majority of you, it can be frustrating to pay for a set amount of data each month and not end up using it all. Until the networks stop being stingy and start offering unlimited deals again, data rollover perks are the best way to make sure you get the most out of your money. Sky Mobile has bet a lot on offering rollover on its smartphone tariffs, and now it's bringing it to tablet deals. Read More >>

Netflix is on its Way to Sky Subscribers

A high power meeting of people who put television in the faces of the world has resolved one of the biggest content delivery woes of our times -- how to get Netflix on Sky. Soon it will happen. A deal has been done to allow a Netflix app to run on the satellite broadcaster's Sky Q boxes, bringing the online service's delights to the UK's masses. Read More >>

US Cable Giant Comcast Outbids Fox’s Offer to Buy Sky

We already know that Murdoch-owned Fox made a deal to buy out the 61% of Sky it doesn't already own has long been in the works, but today a rival bid has landed on the table. Comcast, the largest cable TV provider in the US, has made an offer to beat Murdoch's. Read More >>

Spotify and Extra Voice Functionality and HDR Are Coming to Sky Q

Sky has just announced the next round of updates that will be appearing on your fancy Sky Q boxes at some point this spring. Heading the latest changes is support for Spotify, as well as extra personalisation options, additional voice functionality, a new interface and an all-new kid's mode. Read More >>

Fox’s Proposed Takeover of Sky is ‘Not in the Public Interest’

Fox currently has a 39% stake in Sky, and has been trying to buy the remaining 61%. However, the Competition and Markets Authority in the UK (the CMA) has said such a deal would not be in the public interest thanks to media plurality. Read More >>

BT and Sky Sign BT Sport/Sky Sports Content Swap Deal

People who actually use BT TV -- instead of just getting angry about how much money the company is investing in it instead of making the internet better -- are in for a treat, as BT and Sky have signed a deal to allow both their sets of subscribers to access previously exclusive content through each others' networks. It's like they're friends now, although Sky's almost certainly only pretending and waiting for BT to give up. Read More >>

Sky is Launching a New Channel that Will Only Show Superhero Movies

If you can't get enough of all the superhero movies that are hitting the cinema, and why wouldn't you, you'll be happy to hear that Sky is launching a brand new channel that show nothing but the costumed antics of various film stars. Read More >>

Sky’s Launching its Three Christmas Movie Channels From Next Week

Halloween is over, and unless you count Black Friday as a national holiday there's nothing stopped everyone from going full on Christmas. Sky is sticking with its annual traditions, and has announced that three new movie channels will be available to subscribers over the Christmas period - starting next week. Read More >>

Sky’s Buy & Keep Has Added Blu-rays and Digital Downloads

A while back Sky launched something called 'Buy & Keep' which basically meant that if you purchased a digital copy of a film you could also get a DVD sent to you in the post. Which was a nice idea, since DVDs don't always come with digital copies, and means you can enjoy both without having to rip the disc. Read More >>

Sky Sports Kodi Streamer Made Example of With £16k Fine

A Sky subscriber who streamed his precious sporting stuff to a wider audience via the internet and those hot potato Kodi boxes has been hit with a large fine for doing so, with the high court asking him to pay Sky around £16,000 by way of an apology for rebroadcasting its live streams. Read More >>

Sky Q’s Voice Search Just Got a Much-Needed Improvement

Given how much it actually costs to get Sky Q, you'd expect it to be pretty much perfect. But as is the way with, well, everything, there are always improvements to be made. Sky just revealed a bunch of new ones for its premium-tier service, including a very helpful improvement to voice search. Read More >>

Karl Pilkington is Coming Back to Our TV Screens

Karl Pilkington, who made a name for himself being Ricky Gervais' guinea pig, is coming back to our TV screens — this time in a sitcom where he plays a version of himself. Read More >>