EE fined £1m over customer complaints failings

An investigation by the media regular revealed that the EE was failing to tell customers about its alternative dispute resolution scheme or that they could request a ‘deadlock’ letter entitling them to seek help from the arbiter.


Cliff Curtis as Travis  and Kim Dickens as Madison - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 1, Episode 1 - Photo Credit: Justin Lubin/AMC

BT to become the exclusive UK home of AMC

A raft of major new dramas are heading to BT’s TV service after the ISP struck a deal to become the exclusive UK home of AMC, the US cable network. AMC’s past hits include Breaking Bad, Mad Men and Walking Dead. Today’s deal means Fear the Walking Dead, a spin-off of the last of these, will premiere in the UK exclusively on BT TV.

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Review: Terminator Genisys

This time round Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) is sent back in time to stop a T-800 (Schwarzenegger and youthful double) from killing 20-something Connor only to find she’s already prepared for the would-be assassin and has an unlikely partner – an older T-800 (Schwarzenegger) committed to keeping her alive.


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Cash squeeze sees 1,000 BBC jobs axed

Some divisions currently have as many as 10 tiers of staff, in future this will be capped at 7 tiers in all areas of the organisation. Work is also underway to “simplify and standardise procedures” across the organisation to eliminate duplication and waste.

The Transporter Refuelled gets new trailer

Set to hit UK & Irish cinemas on September 4th, The Transporter Refuelled sees Ed Skrein take on the role of Frank Martin / The Transporter. Martin is the best driver and mercenary money can buy. He’ll deliver anything for a price and abides by 3 simple rules: never change the deal, no names, never open the package…

Ant-Man – new clip released

Marvel has released a new clip for Ant-Man, the much anticipated big screen debut of one of the Avengers founding members.

Steve Jobs – Danny Boyle’s biopic gets new

The film is set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, the all in one desk-top computer which helped propel the ailing company back into the top league.