IFA 2018 BERLIN. HDR10+ Technologies, founded by 20th Century Fox, Panasonic and Samsung, welcomes the first adapters of HDR10+ technology.
20th Century Fox, Panasonic Corporation and Samsung Electronics have formed a new partnership to create an open, royalty-free dynamic metadata platform for High Dynamic Range (HDR) through an associated certification and logo programme, tentatively called HDR10+.
Turkish Airlines has selected Panasonic Avionics Corporation’s eX1 inflight entertainment and communications system and Global Communications Services for its new fleet of narrow body aircraft.
TiVo has renewed product and intellectual property (IP) licenses with Panasonic Corporation. The multiyear extension for the company’s products in the Japanese market was through subsidiary Rovi.
Panasonic is to be the first manufacturer to launch TVs that run the new Freeview Play connected TV service, Freeview and Digital UK have announced.
The Smart TV Alliance development platform is now compatible with one-third of the global smart TV market.
Panasonic Corporation and Mozilla will develop and promote the new Firefox OS, an open platform based on HTML5 and other Web technologies, for next generation smart TVs.
OTT Solutions provider Southern Cloud has released its app for OTT platform Cloudio TV on Panasonic’s connected TVs.
Massive Interactive has rolled out the Deutsche Telekom Videoload service across Panasonic 2014 smart TVs.
Smart TV application developers can now use a single, integrated process to publish their applications to compliant Smart TV Alliance members’ smart TVs.