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Sharp takes Hisense to court over ‘shoddy’ TVs

In news that has caused a stir in the TV world, Sharp is suing Hisense, claiming that the Chinese company has released low-quality TVs with its name attached.

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BBC iPlayer to require username and password login

After nearly 10 years of no-nonsense, account-free availability the BBC looks set to finally introduce a little more regulation to iPlayer. Within a matter of weeks it’s expected that you will...

Is OLED TV the best for picture quality?

If you’re looking for the best possible picture quality, most people will say you should go for an OLED TV. Replacing plasma screens as the technology found on high-end TVs,...

Sky Q finally receives long-awaited features in new update

For the last week Sky has been rolling out a major update to Sky Q set-top boxes that brings along some major new features. Undoubtedly the biggest change brought on...

Could Hisense slash the cost of a Best Buy TV?

Premium features with pocket-friendly prices is growing Hisense's brand reputation in the UK. Should the likes of Samsung and LG be worried?

Christmas catch-up – watch festive TV online

Whether it’s Doctor Who or Downton Abbey, slouching on the sofa enjoying some great telly is part of the Christmas experience. But with family and friends around, arguments over what to...

Get the most out of BBC iPlayer

You can use iPlayer to watch the BBC’s programmes up to 30 days after they’ve aired – but do you know what else the service offers?

Does the new BBC Store offer value for money?

The BBC Store, the Beeb’s all new online video outlet, launched last week. But how does it compare to the likes of Amazon Video, the Google Play Store and iTunes...

Panasonic Firefox OS smart TV review

The popular Firefox web browser is now also an operating system on smart TVs, including 2015 sets from Panasonic. Read on for our expert Firefox OS review.

Why Sky Go is no longer working on Google Chrome, and what to do about it

If you have a Sky TV subscription, you’re automatically given access to its on-demand service Sky Go, which allows you to watch programmes on a smartphone, tablet, desktop PC or laptop. But not –...

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