OpenTV and Nagravision, two subsidiaries of Swiss technology company Kudelski, have filed three patent infringement suits against Apple at the Düsseldorf District Court in Germany.
Amazon Instant Video moved from 5th place to 3rd place, passing both Hulu and Apple in terms of the volume of video streaming traffic consumed from their site to US broadband subscribers, says video delivery firm Qwilt.
Kudelski Group has announced that its OpenTV and Nagravision subsidiaries have filed a patent infringement suit against Apple in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Apple is reported to be in talks with Comcast over an agreement for a streaming TV service.
The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its cloud-based digital movie service, Disney Movies Anywhere in cooperation with Apple.
France 24 is launching a new version of its iOS app, compatible with all Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, iPad Air and iPod Touch) available now for free.
Apple is launching iTunes Radio in the US, a free Internet radio service featuring over 200 stations and music from the iTunes Store.
The BBC’s governing body has rejected a complaint that development of new features and upgrades to the BBC iPlayer favoured Apple iOS over other platforms with a greater market share.
Companies such as Netflix, Hulu, Apple, and Amazon helped drive the OTT video market past $8 billion in 2012, according to ABI Research.
Dutch incumbent KPN has upgraded its KPN Interactieve TV Online service to include streaming to Android and iOS smartphones. For the moment, the TV Everywhere service is only available in the subscriber’s home.