Tag Archive: technologies

Nov 09

How Cable Is Looking to Capture Startup Innovation

Tweet After years of relying on home-grown innovation, cable operators are hoping to turn more toward Internet startups to help power new services and products. As cable operators evolve toward Internet-protocol video and Web technologies, they’re eager to draw creative energy from the hundreds of thousands of independent Web and mobile app developers. By contrast, …

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Mar 21

‘Smartphones can’t replace TVs’

Tweet A new study has found that mobile media technologies such as smartphones aren’t taking people away from relying on traditional media sources such as newspapers or television. Instead, mobile media are filling the spaces in people’s daily routine in which other media sources are either unavailable or inconvenient to use. That suggests mobile media …

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Mar 14

Content Classification: Industry guidance recommended

Tweet Our content classification system is about to be reviewed to ensure it remains relevant in the digital age, allowing Australians to make informed content choices. Just before Christmas, Attorney-General Robert McClelland and Minister for Home Affairs Brendan O’Connor announced they would ask the Australian Law Reform Commission to review the nation’s classification categories and, …

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Jan 17

Internet TV is coming, but will anybody really want it?

Tweet This year will see two technologies, internet and traditional TV, combine to create the new medium of internet TV. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this month has prepared consumers for what to expect. The industry giants Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic showcased the latest versions of their internet-connected TVs. The electronic …

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