Daily Archive: July 7, 2011

Jul 07

WarnerTV To Debut Network In Hong Kong On Now TV

Tweet Hong Kong – now TV and Warner Bros. International Branded Services announce that the popular WarnerTV linear channel has become available to Hong Kong television audience. The 24-hour general entertainment network, featuring hit TV series and movies selected from the Warner Bros. Entertainment studio specifically for Asian audiences, will be carried on now TV’s …

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Jul 07

How Sony aims to differentiate itself

Tweet Sony knows it must deliver a multi-screen TV experience using its connected TV service in order to compete with the efforts of Pay TV operators, who are making their video available on tablets, PCs and mobile phones. Edd Uzzell, Propositions & Service Development Manager for Sony Europe, points to the introduction of Sony tablets …

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Jul 07

Facebook launches video chat with Skype

Tweet PALO ALTO, California (Reuters) – Facebook will add Skype video chat to its pages, aiming to spice up the appeal of the world’s No. 1 Internet social networking service while fending off increased competition from Google. The agreement, announced by Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg at the company’s Palo Alto, California, headquarters on Wednesday, …

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Jul 07

More than half a billion connected TVs by 2015

Tweet Connected TV was the big story of 2010 and the market shows no sign of slowing down, according to new market data by DisplaySearch. In its DisplaySearch Q2’11 Quarterly TV Design and Features Report, the analyst believes that shipments  of web-enabled flat panel TVs will leap from its current 25% to 47% by 2015, …

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Jul 07

Videociety comes to Philips Net TV

Tweet German video-on-demand provider (VOD) Videociety has joined Philips Net TV offering movies in HD quality with Dolby Surround 5.1 sound. The content is sent into the viewers’ living rooms in HD streaming mode using the internet connection of the hybrid TV sets or Blu-ray players. Videociety recommends a data rate of at least 4 …

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