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Sky News Update: Battle Won Against Microsoft

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Sky News Update: Broadcasting company have won their battle against Microsoft to rename their online storage service after claiming copyright infringement. Sky have had successful news recently, concerning their complaint against Microsoft, who has initially named their cloud storage service, SkyDrive. The service was first release in 2007 and since then has gained over two hundred and fifty million users around the globe. The company claimed that the choice of name was a form of trademark infringement and therefore sued Microsoft.

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Sky News Update: Upgrading of Set-Top Boxes To Ward Off BT

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Sky News Update: The company are set to upgrade and promote their set-top boxes, after BT offer free Premier League coverage to their broadband consumers. The broadcasting and broadband company are currently under a reasonable amount of pressure due to the tight competition with competitor British Telecom. The company are therefore having to think up new ways in which to entice new customers to subscribe to their service, as well as keep their current consumers. However, this is extremely difficult as BT are already offering an impressive deal to their broadband customers, who receive acces...

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Sky News Update: Apology For Blocked Mad Men Premier

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The Mad Men season six premier of the first show of the season was scheduled to be shown last Wednesday at 10pm. However, although widely advertising that users would be able to watch the new episode on their iPads and mobiles using the SkyGo service, it appeared that when 10pm came, users were not able to view the programme due to it being blocked. The message that viewers received was that restriction rights didn't allow them to access the programme and therefore it can’t be played.

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Sky News Update: Battle of the Dapper-Dressed Presenters

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Sky news update: As Sky and BT Sport begin their campaigns against each other for dominant coverage of the Premier League, their presenters dress to impress. The Premier League got underway this week and with that came the launch of new channels from BT to rival Sky’s coverage of every live match. For BT there were multiple positives, in the week leading up to the launch they had more than one million viewers who were interested in taking the new channels and 1.8 million more from Virgin Media.

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Sky News Update: Review of Sky Sports Ashes

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Sky News Update: As The Ashes draws to a close, Sky look at how successful, or not, their dedicated cricket channel has been with their viewers. In England, the summer is synonymous with images of village cricket teams playing in glorious sun, drinking cups of tea and eating tiny sandwiches. That is at least for those who don’t actually partake in these activities; most that do know that the glorious sun basking the square is, unfortunately, only too rare.

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Sky News Update: Sky Advert Banned

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Sky News Update: Television advert for Sky broadband starring Bruce Willis banned for detailing misleading information regarding the prices of the services. Bruce Willis is a one of the biggest film stars in the world, making movies such as the Die Hard series, RED, The Sixth Sense and so on. But he’s hit a bump with one of his recent roles in a television advert for Sky broadband. The Advertising Standard Authority (ASA) have deemed that the advert does not contain enough information with regards to the service they are offering.

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