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Onkyo Expands its High Resolution Music StoreFebruary 20, 2015Home AV hardware company Onkyo has launched a digital music store, Onkyo Music, in the UK, the US, and Germany. Onkyo Music offers “hundreds of thousands” of high resolution music tracks for purchase. The e-Onkyo music download service first launched in 2005 in Japan, and Onkyo Music is the company’s expansion of the concept. The store is a partnership with digital music specialist 7Digital, and is a download-to-own service with no streaming option. High resolution music is priced at $15-25 per album and $2-4 for single tracks, and the site allows search and download of lower-resolution CD-quality tracks as well. Onkyo is currently developing the Onkyo Music app for iOS and Android, and plans to allow files to be downloaded to multiple devices, whilst also being stored in a cloud locker.Subscribers Only
Apple and Beats: Strategic Synergy or Questionable Value?June 11, 2014Apple is to buy Beats Electronics for $3 billion, which is not only the largest acquisition in the Cupertino-based company’s history, but also its most high-profile strategic investment to date. The deal comes after handset competitor HTC recently sold the remaining half of its $309 million, 50.1% controlling interest of Beats back to the company for $265 million in September 2013.
Comcast and Netflix sign deal for transit, not carriageFebruary 25, 2014Comcast and Netflix have signed a deal for ‘interconnection’. No terms of the multi-year deal have been disclosed except the companies have made it clear that the agreement has been developed over ‘many months’ and that under the deal Netflix traffic receives no preferential treatment at a network level.
WWE to roll out international OTT network in 2014January 15, 2014WWE is set to launch an OTT network in 2014. By focusing on OTT, WWE is bypassing a traditional live linear channel on pay TV. The WWE Network is due to launch on February 24 in the US, with the UK, Canada,...
Microsoft Targets Always-On Relevance With Xbox One's Integrated Entertainment SolutionMay 22, 2013Overall Positioning With the unveiling of Xbox One, Microsoft has put forward its vision for the evolution of its positioning of the Xbox platform as home entertainment hub, by building a hardware, software...Subscribers Only
Barnes & Noble unveils a new generation of tablets and announces Nook VideoOctober 03, 2012Barnes & Noble, the North American book store giant, is to update its range of Nook tablets with the 7-inch Nook HD starting at $199 (8GB) and the 9-inch Nook HD+ starting at $269 (16GB)....Subscribers Only
Adobe acquires advertising platform AuditudeNovember 03, 2011Adobe has announced the acquisition of video advertising solutions provider Auditude. Adobe plans to integrate Auditude's video advertising platform into its suite of analysis and optimisation tools. The...
Amazon unveils Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire tabletSeptember 28, 2011Amazon has renewed the Kindle lineup with the some incremental upgrades to the dedicated Kindle eReaders and launch of the Kindle Fire, its first colour screen tablet in its Kindle line-up. The company...
Microsoft's Windows 8 announcements: Xbox Live Integration & Windows StoreSeptember 19, 2011At the recent BUILD Windows developer event, Microsoft re-confirmed its intention to incorporate Xbox Live (XBL) functionality into Windows 8 and its Metro style user interface, specifically built with...
Red Bee launches RedPlayerJune 15, 2011Broadcast and media service provider Red Bee has launched its first online video platform (OVP), dubbed RedPlayer. The OVP is available as a managed service, targeted at broadcasters, studios and content...