Apple has lost the German court case against Swiss conditional access provider Kudelski regarding video streaming patent rights.
German commercial TV channel Sport1 has released an app for Apple’s new-generation streaming box.
US network CBS is in talks with Apple to bring live streaming content to the planned Apple TV service, CBS CEO Les Moonves said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
Amazon, Apple, Google, and Roku dominate the US streaming media device market with 86% of sales, according to Parks Associates.
Showtime has announced plans to launch its own standalone internet service at a monthly $10.99. Branded simply ‘Showtime’, the CBS-backed premium channel will make its debut in on July 12th, coinciding with new series of Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex.
Ericsson has filed suits in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands against Apple’s products.
Wuaki.tv, the European video-on-demand (VOD) provider backed by Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten, has appointed Sébastien Janin as its head of international business development.
Apple is reportedly in talks with programmers about content deals that would let it offer a streaming TV service, according to re/code.
Virgin Media says Wednesday’s update to Apple’s mobile operating system caused an increase of 10% in peak download traffic, week on week.
The number of on demand services in Europe has topped 3,000 with the UK, France and Germany providing a home to the greatest number of services.