German consumer electronics manufacturer TechniSat is making the Woomi video portal available on all of its connected TVs using the ISIO platform.
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Miniweb has launched its cloud-based video distribution platform Woomi on Samsung TVs in the UK. Benefitting from a place on the Samsung home screen, Woomi brings together a clutch of content partners that enable users to perform a site wide search within a few clicks.
New interest in connected TV could take manufacturers back to just making the sets, writes Julian Clover.
Blinkx, best known for its video search engine, has launched a TV API (application programming interface) designed to allow TV and set-top box manufacturers access to the company’s index of over 35 million hours of online video.
Directgov, the central information point for public services, is to shut its interactive service on the Sky platform on December 22. The services will move to the Red Button on The Community Channel.
Project Canvas is one of six industry players that have committed to supplying the Digital TV Group with key documents that will contribute to the first draft UK Connected TV specification. Read the story »
Project Canvas director Richard Halton has said openness is behind the plan to create a platform for the next generation of internet-connected TV devices.
A new range of Connected TVs from Bristol Interactive is demonstrating a true convergence between the internet and broadcast television.
An estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.
Research shows that an estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.