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MeeGo TV working group established

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organisation dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, has revealed¬† the formation of the MeeGo Smart TV Working Group. MeeGo is an open source Linux…

Verimatrix partners with Vestel to create versatile connected TV

Verimatrix, the specialist in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-screen digital TV services around the globe, today announced its partnership with Vestel to create a versatile IP-enabled range of connected…

OTT will outstrip IPTV by 2013

OTT will outstrip IPTV by 2013

According to research by Informa Telecoms & Media, OTT-to-the-TV viewers will outnumber IPTV viewers by 2013. It forecasts that by 2015, 380 million people globally will view online video via…

Opera and TARA HbbTV solution

Opera Software and TARA Systems, the independent provider of flexible software solutions for TVs and other devices, have announced the availability of a fully-integrated HbbTV solution for connected TVs and…

HBO GO app on Samsung TVs

HBO GO app on Samsung TVs

Samsung Electronics has revealed that its Smart TVs will soon offer immediate access to more than 1,400 titles of HBO programming through an upcoming HBO GO app to be offered…

Lenovo online TV product suite

Chinese computer maker Lenovo Group said that it will launch its own television product in the “near future”, as part of its recent efforts to expand outside the PC industry.…

iPad: Sky News fee, BBC 2m streams, Time Warner overwhelmed

iPad: Sky News fee, BBC 2m streams, Time Warner overwhelmed

The iPad, and the PC tablets that follow in its wake, are hitting the top of broadcaster agendas. Sky News has announced the launch of its first iPad app. For…

LOVEFiLM with Onyx browser

LOVEFiLM with Onyx browser

LOVEFiLM has launched its WatchNow video service on Oregan Networks’ Onyx media browser, which will further increase LOVEFiLM’s platform capability to address a broader cross section of Internet-connected televisions and…

VDS unveils Watercooler

VDS, developer of broadcast automation software, content design and plug-in products, has introduced its first automated social media tool for television, called Watercooler. With Watercooler, broadcasters can engage viewers and…

Telus adds Facebook app

Telus adds Facebook app

Telus has launched a new application that allows users to access Facebook on their TVs without missing a second of their favourite shows. At a click of their remote control,…