Wurl has entered into an agreement with Samsung to power select programming on Samsung’s TV Plus service.
New research from Parks Associates finds 24% of UK broadband households that own a smart speaker with personal assistant would like to control their smart TV via this device, nearly twice as many as any other device.
M7 Group has launched its smart TV app on webOS for LG TVs in Belgium.
Vewd and iflix, the entertainment service for emerging markets, have partnered to make iflix available on millions of Vewd enabled devices.
US Technology company Connekt has worked with Sony Electronics to enable T-Commerce on select Sony Smart TVs and Blu-ray Disc Players in the US.
In the past six months, the Dutch Consumentenbond (Consumers Association) received almost 300 reports of apps disappearing from smart TVs that are less than five years old. The Association contacted the manufacturers to draw attention to this problem.
TRT World, the English-language international TV channel of Turkish state broadcaster TRT, has rolled out a global app on NetRange’s smart TV portal.
New research by Ampere Analysis reveals that TV/movie viewers have been rapidly switching from tablets and PCs to smartphones and smart TVs.
In the US, at the end of 2017, 210 million devices were installed in consumer homes actively delivering internet connectivity to the TV screen, and by the end of 2021 there are forecast to be 275 million, according to The NPD Group.
Foxxum has signed a long-term agreement with Vestel to make Foxxum the single worldwide Smart TV partner for Vestel branded and OEM products running on its Linux-based operating system.