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Research: Untapped market for connected devices in US

According to a report by The NPD Group, there is a large and untapped market for devices that offer connected capabilities and the digital content played on those devices. NPD’s…

Zune ’3 screen’ goes international

Zune ’3 screen’ goes international

Microsoft is taking its Zune service international to offer a “three-screen” music and movie service, across its games console, PCs and mobile phones. Consumers will be able to buy and…

Sky Deutschland: HD on iPad

Sky Deutschland: HD on iPad

Sky Deutschland plans to launch its Sky Sports HD 1 and Sky Sports HD 2 channels on the Apple iPad at the end of October. Meanwhile, ESPN America HD is…

Disney, Nielsen TV companion iPad app

Disney and Nielsen have partnered to launch a free iPad app that can turn the device into a companion screen for content and social media synchronised to a TV programme.…

Sky Deutschland iPad app powered by Irdeto

Irdeto’s Broadband solution for content management and distribution is at the core of the newly launched Sky Deutschland VOD iPad application.  The VoD iPad application, which enables consumers to access…

US mobile data outpaces Europe

– UK (19.35 per cent) – US (18.88 per cent) – India (10.82 per cent) – South Africa (8.82 per cent) – Indonesia (4.08 per cent) Adam Kerr, VP of…

T-Mobile Dutch mobile TV

The channels will be distributed via the T-Mobile's UMTS/HDSPA network, using the Windows Media player, Real Time Streaming Protocol, H.264 video-coding and AAC+ audio-codec…

Telcel, ROK mobile TV Service for Mexico

Powered by ROK technologies, Ideas TV will offer 10 channels, to include 3 live channels and 7 pre-recorded looped channels, and will be available to Telcel's 3G customers. The service…

Handheld Olympics a hit

Alcatel-Lucent supports trial of BCAST mobile TV

The trial, which began in early this month, is based on Alcatel-Lucent’s industry-leading Mobile Interactive TV solution, which will power the DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) platform for the trial. The…