The BBC and Sky may represent polar, warring opposites of the broadcasting business, but that doesn’t mean their technology platforms can’t get along. Following a promise made all the way back in January, internet-connected Sky+HD boxes will be able to access BBC iPlayer from today. The service has been integrated into Sky’s world-class program guide, with users even able to plump to catch available shows in high definition. The announcement also let slip that 4OD, the last remaining holdout to the service, will be added in early 2013. If you’ve yet to hook your Sky box up to the internet, you just need an Ethernet cable or wireless adapter — but let’s hope for your sake they aren’t at opposite ends of your house.
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