Sky, ITV partner with Ginx for 24-hour esports channel
To reach 37 million homes.
To reach 37 million homes.
Trion has announced a new MMO, Defiance, to tie in with a new SyFy TV series.
The BBC is going to be creating games based on shows like Doctor Who and Top Gear.
A California-based startup is claiming that its Laser Phosphor Displays - which offer higher viewing angles, better contrast, and no motion blur - represent the future.
Microsoft has officially launched a new Sky Player for the Xbox 360.
Microsoft and Sky have announced a new deal to bring the Sky Player service to the Xbox 360 in the UK.
Activision is currently rumoured to be working on a reality TV series based on Guitar Hero, as well as a Call of Duty film.
Nintendo is said to be getting ready to launch a new TV channel for the Wii, dubbed Wiinoma.
The videogame of Lost has finally arrived much to the joy of series fanatics everywhere. Formed from a collaboration of the Lost team and Ubisoft, the game offers a brand new glimpse at the Lost franchise and a chance to immerse yourself in the story. But is it any good?
Rob Yescombe, games writer for Free Radical Design and the mind behind the upcoming Haze, takes the microphone in a new guest column. He asks, just why is it that there are no good TV shows about games and whether this could change any time soon?
Joost has announced that its peer-to-peer Internet TV service is now ready for public consumption - the beta is now open to anyone.
An online survey conducted by IBM suggests that more people are turning away from their television and turning to the internet as the primary place for media usage.
UPDATED! The BBC iPlayer which offers on-demand online TV has come under fire for being a massive bandwidth hog. Also, pictures of Bindi!
The Kworld PlusTV card could be the one stop solution for all our TV viewing needs, but first it has to survive our comprehensive reviewing course. Beware - Judge Judy within!
With Internet TV and on-demand content both making big waves in the television world, one provider is trying to make a solution that bridges the divides between TV, the Internet and the viewer. But is Joost as good as it could be? We have a look at how things are developing in this exciting new service.
It seems everyone wants you to download TV or movies to take on the go now. But the Eurpean Commission has let out a warning to these companies - Get a standard, or we'll give you one.
The sports authorities have enlisted the help of a company called NetResult in a bid to stop the streaming of football and other sports for free over the internet. Will they succeed?
Sony Computer Entertainment America has acknowledged the upscaling problems we reported last week and is reportedly working on a fix...
Nintendo Wii arrived in the US and practically everyone who wanted one was able to get one.
Microsoft has announced a new video download service that will allow Xbox Live users to download movies and television shows.
3D Television may be in our future - A European Consortium is looking into everything from stereoscopic to holographic TV, with some interesting predictions.
This June you will be able to download Warner Brothers Studios films and TV shows legally using BitTorrent, in a first-of-its-kind deal announced today. The Matrix, Harry Potter, Batman Begins and others will be available.
Sky+ Killer? If you're on Telewest then maybe. Today the company recently acquisitioned by NTL announced it is taking orders on it's new PVR system, TVDrive.
The date is unknown, the place is wherever and the person could be anyone. With a description that vague you just HAVE to read it!
ATI are back with a new version of their All-In-Wonder card, based on the X800GT chipset. This card has one added bonus however - digital tuner! All you lucky folk with DVB-T reception can rejoice - read more inside...