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Telefonica seeks alternatives to smartphone duopolyJuly 01, 2013Spanish multinational operator Telefonica has announced a marketing partnership to promote sales of Microsoft's Windows Phone handsets in selected markets. As part of the one year agreement,...
Time Warner Cable adds live mobile video to iOS appApril 18, 2013US pay TV Time Warner Cable has updated its TWC TV iOS app, allowing subscribers to view live and video-on-demand programming outside of the home via a Wi-Fi connection. The app, which is available for iPad,...
Apple unveils new additions to its iPod lineupSeptember 12, 2012Alongside the iPhone 5, Apple also introduced two new iPods. The fifth-generation iPod Touch shares many of the same features as the new iPhone: a 4-inch, 1136 x 640-pixel display and front side camera;...
Amazon ups the ante with new Kindle lineupSeptember 10, 2012Amazon has announced the refresh of its lineup of Kindle ereaders and Kindle Fire tablets. The new models feature a number of hardware and software upgrades.The company’s range of tablets has seen the...
Comcast boosts multiscreen offering with wide availability of AnyPlayAugust 14, 2012Seven months after introducing AnyPlay in Nashville and Denver, Comcast has finally announced the wide rollout of its service enabling live TV streaming to a variety of devices in the home. Serving effectively...
Microsoft announces Xbox TV content dealsOctober 05, 2011Microsoft has announced new content partnerships in 20 countries that will bring a number of new services, partners and functionality to the Xbox 360 as part of a major expansion of content available through...
Adobe Announces Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0September 09, 2011
Adobe is expanding on its mobile delivery options with the release of Adobe Flash Media Server (FMS) 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 products, which allow its media server products to distribute video to iOS devices.
Adobe Announces Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0September 08, 2011Adobe is expanding on its mobile delivery options with the release of Adobe Flash Media Server (FMS) 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 products, which allow its media server products to distribute video to iOS...
Roku Hits Walmart StoresJune 29, 2011
Start-up connected set-top box (STB) company Roku has announced that its Roku XD player is now available in Walmart retail stores across the US. The set-top box has landed on Walmart shelves under its own Roku brand through a direct relationship with the big box retailer and not under a third-party OEM.
Roku hits Walmart storesJune 28, 2011Start-up connected set-top box (STB) company Roku has announced that its Roku XD player is now available in Walmart retail stores across the US. The set-top box has landed on Walmart shelves under its own Roku...
Amazon introduces ad-subsidized KindleApril 13, 2011Amazon has announced the launch of a discounted version of its popular Kindle e-book reader which will feature on-screen advertising. The new WiFi only device, called Kindle with Special Offers, will be...