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IDC: Consumer tech-spend $1.7 trillion this year

IDC: Consumer tech-spend $1.7 trillion this year

Consumer spending on technology is forecast to reach $1.69 trillion (€1.53tn) in 2019, an increase of 5.3 per cent over 2018. According to the latest Worldwide Semiannual Connected Consumer Spending…

Movies Anywhere launches on Verizon Fios

Movies Anywhere launches on Verizon Fios

Verizon Fios and Movies Anywhere – the digital movie collection app – have announced that Movies Anywhere is now available to Fios TV customers in the US. Movies Anywhere is…

ESPN daily show on Quibi

ESPN daily show on Quibi

ESPN and Quibi have reached an agreement for daily sports programming on the mobile-first platform when it launches in April 2020. As part of the new deal, ESPN will be…

Study: Brits rate Wi-Fi over partner

When at home, 5.1 million people use broadband every single minute, according to UK multiplay operator TalkTalk. There is a new generation of Britons choosing nights in with family, staying…

Research: UK mobile viewing not increasing

Research: UK mobile viewing not increasing

Viewing content on-the-go via a portable device is not seeing any noticeable increase in the UK. Sam Tuck, Associate Director at market research institute GfK, said the firm fully expected…

Report: Mobile video consumption surges 

Report: Mobile video consumption surges 

Cloud services for video provider Brightcove has published the Q2 Brightcove Global Video Index, a report that analyses hundreds of millions of recent data points to provide insights into how…

Research: Kids unimpressed with screen-addict parents

Research: Kids unimpressed with screen-addict parents

A quarter of UK children aged seven to 17 are free to use their devices exactly how and when they want – totally free from any restrictions imposed by their…

IHS: Over 50% use smartphone to access video services

The smartphone has taken a major step in its evolution from a voice-centric device to a media-centric platform, with more than 50 per cent of owners now using their device…

Intertrust tops 2bn OTT content protection devices

Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology specialist Intertrust has revealed at IBC in Amsterdam that ExpressPlay DRM,  its multi-DRM technology available across all streaming platforms, DRM, and media formats, now protects…

Google drops Huawei

Huawei’s next smartphone will not come with Google’s popular apps. Google confirmed in August that due to the US government ban on sales to Huawei, it could not license its…

Virgin, Sky extend content deal

UK pay-TV operators Virgin Media and Sky have agreed a new, multi-year partnership that will see the two companies strengthen their track record of collaboration and bring an even better…

Survey: Europeans well aware of geo-blocking rules

Seven months after new rules against unjustified geo-blocking began to apply, general consumer awareness of the new rules against restrictions for online shopping and cross-border sales is already high. A…

Study: 29% will stream content whilst at Glastonbury

Study: 29% will stream content whilst at Glastonbury

Attendees to this year’s Glastonbury Festival will upload some 35 social media posts, take 143 photos over the whole festival, and make a combined 25.3 million calls, according to a…

Zenith: 27% of media consumption on mobile

Zenith: 27% of media consumption on mobile

Consumers will spend 800 hours on mobile internet this year, increasing to 930 hours by 2021 to account for 31 per cent of global media consumption in that year, up…

Study: Changed viewing habits ‘waste energy’

Study: Changed viewing habits ‘waste energy’

A study from university researchers looks behind closed doors to reveal how UK viewing habits are shifting away from traditional broadcasting with more data-intensive streaming options now the default for…

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