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Analogue TV signal to be switched off tonight in London

The ancient analogue TV signal is being finally switched off tonight across London, heralding a new era of digital transmission brilliance.

By 18 April 2012


Ceefax says goodnight as digital switchover makes way for 4G

We bid a fond farewell to BBC Ceefax, the world's first teletext service, as the analogue TV signal makes way for 4G.

By 24 October 2012


CNET UK Podcast 284: What's on your TV?

Analogue television is no more after the digital switchover. We discuss how we watch TV in the age of boxsets, Netflix and smart TVs.

By 20 April 2012


UK 4G coming in 2013, after Ofcom auction later this year

Speedy 4G services -- and better reception for everyone -- are set to roll out in the UK in 2013. Hooray!

By 24 July 2012


iPad 3 rumours: Release date, specs and more

As the iPad 3 release draws nearer, our video guides you through the rumour mill and reveals what to expect from the next big Apple launch.

By 3 March 2012


TV recorders and receivers buying guide

If you love TV, then you need a digital TV recorder. We take a look at some of the big differences between models.

By 27 October 2011


Bentley Continental GTC Series 51: Putting the 'extra' back into 'extravagant'

With its enhanced personalisation options, the Bentley Continental GTC Series 51 delivers a level of opulence usually reserved for people with 'Your Highness' or 'MC' in their name

By 28 May 2010


Freeview HD launch: BBC HD and ITV1 HD now available -- sort of

On 2 December, Freeview HD launched, at least technically. Sadly, there's no equipment that can receive the broadcasts at the moment, but the channels are certainly up and running

By 4 December 2009


BBC HD on Freeview signals shutdown for two 'Red Button' channels

The BBC has announced it will close some of its 'Red Button' channels in order to make space for HD programming on Freeview. Wimbledon fans are devastated

By 21 October 2009


TVonics MFR-300: Tiny Freeview receiver for old TVs

If you have older, analogue TVs that you still love, and want to continue using, TVonics has a device that will turn them into digital TVs, even if they don't have a Scart socket

By 2 July 2008