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E3 old guard adopt mobile tactics

Friday, June 8, 2012 | More »

While the giant screens showing forthcoming blockbusters from video game publishers and console makers still dominated this week’s E3 trade show, it was their response to the challenge from much smaller screens that was more striking. Consumers are increasingly seduced by the experiences that grow...

Apple CEO sees TV as area of “intense interest”

Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook said technology for televisions was of “intense interest” but stressed the company’s efforts would unfold gradually amid speculation the iPad and iPhone maker was on the brink of unveiling a revolutionary iTV. In one of his more revealing intervie...

31 May, 2012 | More »

WD Adds Vimeo And PlayJam As Content Partners

Western Digital (WD) has added a high definition (HD) video service and a casual gaming portal to WD TV Live Hub media players in partnership with Vimeo, a video sharing website and PlayJam, an interactive casual games network, respectively. Both the services are available on WD TV Live Hub media pl...

22 November, 2011 | More »

Sony Starts Moves To Overhaul Struggling TV Biz

Consumer electronics giant Sony Corp said on Monday it will split its television business into three divisions to make operations more accountable as part of efforts to turn around the loss-making business. With the TV business heading for its eight straight annual loss, Sony has begun to ratchet up...

31 October, 2011 | More »

Facebook Builds Tighter Integration With Music, TV

Facebook unveiled new ways for users to listen to music and watch TV, offering tie-ups with the likes of Spotify and Hulu, as it attempts to make media an integral part of its social networking service. The features, which Facebook unveiled at its annual f8 developers’ conference in San Franci...

23 September, 2011 | More »

Yahoo buys TV “check-in” company IntoNow

Yahoo Inc said on Monday it has bought IntoNow, a start-up that enables users to identify and share television programs with their friends, in its continuing drive to boost its social media credentials. Financial terms were not disclosed. IntoNow, which is led by Adam Cahan, a former executive with ...

26 April, 2011 | More »