Broadcom, Cisco, DirecTV and Samsung are to participate in a new grouping that will develop a full-features “pixel accurate” Remote User Interface to aid the sharing of digital content in the connected home.
Miniweb has announced a collaboration with Metrological Media Innovations, the Dutch provider of middleware and reference designs, that will offer converged internet and broadband TV services onto Intel CE 3100 powered devices.
The success story that is Mediaset Premium continued into the first half of 2009.
Blockbuster has announced it will make its library of premium digital entertainment available via select new Samsung HDTVs, home theatre systems and Blu-ray players.
The French broadcaster NRJ has announced the launch of its service on the Philips NetTV portal.
A new range of Connected TVs from Bristol Interactive is demonstrating a true convergence between the internet and broadcast television.
Sony has announced that the on-demand video service VidZone is now available for free for European PlayStation 3 owners.
LG HDTVs that are able to carry Netflix streaming Watch Instantly service without need for a separate box are available now in the US.
Since they made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this year, everyone seems to be talking about Yahoo’s Widgets, the on screen indicators that can add information about news, business sport and the weather.
Multiroom DVR, premium content delivered direct to the TV set over the internet without the need for a set-top box and addressable advertising were among the technologies demonstrated by NDS at its Innovation Showcase.