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Apple turns on TV, again

Apple turns on TV, again

  Apple has unveiled the new Apple TV which offers users the ability to choose from the a large online selection of HD movies to rent, including first run movies…

Set Top Box Round Table 2010

The Set Top Box has been key to all new television developments in the last 20 years but has it had its day? Will functionality migrate to the Cloud leaving…

TiVo loss, and predicts more

TiVo loss, and predicts more

TiVo, the digital video recorder maker, has reported a narrower loss than expected thanks to a pick-up in sales for its new Premiere recorder, but forecast a wider-than-expected net loss…

Home Networks feature from Euromedia 2010

Home Networks Feature Euromedia MAR/APR 2010 THE SEAMLESS TRANSPORT OF ANY MEDIA TO ANY DEVICE AROUND THE HOME IS THE MOST IMPORTANT NEAR-TERM CHALLENGE FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS. IT IS A…

Altibox deploys Agama STB

Agama Technologies has confirmed that the Norwegian triple-play service provider Altibox (formerly Lyse Tele) has selected to commercially deploy a full-scale Agama Embedded Monitoring Solution in their set-top box population.…

Digital TV Labs delivers DVB-T2 receiver testing

TiVo recommends deal

The alliance is part of a push by TiVo to differentiate itself from digital video recorders offered by cable companies, which have managed to find a bigger audience.…

TiVo: rare profit

Revenue climbed 4% to $65.2 million, though that disappointed some analysts expecting a bigger gain. Significantly-lower marketing costs compared to a year ago helped boost profits. The company had 1.7…

TV shipments up 11% in North America

North America enjoyed particularly strong growth in Q2 with total TV shipments surging 28 per cent year on year after just 5 per cent growth in Q1 of 2008 and…

Brits break free of TV schedule

Of the tens of millions of Brits now watching digital TV, almost half (48 per cent) in the survey say they now control what they watch and when they watch…