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  • HD on DTT: DTG responds to Ofcom

    by User Not Found | Jan 30, 2008
    At the Westminster eForum's Digital TV seminar today, I spoke on a panel discussing HDTV on the DTT platform. I was lucky enough to be drawn ahead of Dermot Nol... ...
  • Westminster eForum: Digital Dividend and Switchover

    by User Not Found | Jan 30, 2008
    Today in London the Westminster eForum held a seminar assessing the progress of the switchover from analogue to digital terrestrial television and the issues a... ...
  • Nokia hits 40% share: how long can it last?

    by User Not Found | Jan 25, 2008
    It's the classic business dilemma: where do you go when you're number one? And in the case of Nokia, which has dominated the global mobile phone market for near... ...
  • Mitsubishi’s Laser TV: Putting off the inevitable for projection TV

    by User Not Found | Jan 10, 2008
    As promised, on Monday night Mitsubishi announced its new TV technology to great fanfare and accompanied by a very loud soundtrack. It was presented in a rear p... ...
  • Hillcrest Labs: Death of the remote control?

    by User Not Found | Jan 09, 2008
    We spent some time yesterday with Hillcrest Labs's Andy Addis. Hillcrest has been working on improving the TV control experience since the beginning of the deca... ...
  • Microsoft and BT Bring BT Vision To Xbox 360

    by User Not Found | Jan 09, 2008
    Microsoft and BT have confirmed widespread and longstanding rumours that they will enable Xbox 360 owners in the UK to access BT Vision through the console. Det... ...
  • Chambers Confirms Cisco’s “Switzerland” Strategy

    by User Not Found | Jan 09, 2008
    I raised my concerns over potential conflicts in Cisco's consumer strategy a few weeks ago. This week I had the opportunity to raise them directly with John Cha... ...
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    by User Not Found | Jan 06, 2008
  • SiBeam TV

    by User Not Found | Jan 06, 2008
  • SiBeam Video Camera

    by User Not Found | Jan 06, 2008
  • WirelessHD: first demo at CES

    by User Not Found | Jan 06, 2008
    Strategy Analytics surveyed various emerging wireless video connectivity technologies early in 2007. We concluded at the time that a winning standard was unlike... ...
  • Game Over for HD-DVD as Warner Sides With Blu-Ray

    by User Not Found | Jan 05, 2008
    On the plane back from last year's CES (Jan 07) I was chatting with a technology journalist who was drooling over the prospect of writing endless articles on th... ...
  • Xbox Live problems highlight business model challenges

    by User Not Found | Jan 02, 2008
    There have been widespread reports over the holiday period of problems with Microsoft's Xbox Live service, and Larry Hryb, Director of Programming, has confirme... ...
  • Pace and Philips: Partnering for Retail Success

    by User Not Found | Dec 20, 2007
    Pace's agreement to acquire Philips' set-top box business seems to make sense for both parties. Pace acquires significant market share, and particularly in the ... ...
  • After Sony’s exit, can lasers save projection TV?

    by User Not Found | Dec 19, 2007
    Sony in the US has confirmed that it will stop selling rear projection TVs (RPTV) based on LCoS and LCD technology once its current inventory is exhausted. Give... ...
  • C-Scape Wrap

    by User Not Found | Dec 13, 2007
    One of Cisco's execs summed it up nicely today when he said John Chambers is extremely careful in treading the fine line between serving media companies and ser... ...
  • Cisco’s business relationship challenge

    by User Not Found | Dec 12, 2007
    Well, after day one at C-Scape I'm not much the wiser. The consumer tech vision is clear, but then it's not new either. What surprises me is that no Cisco exec ... ...
  • Cisco commits to $20bn consumer target

    by User Not Found | Dec 11, 2007
    At Cisco's C-Scape event today John Chambers confirmed the company's plan to become a $10-20bn player in the consumer electronics market. Cisco has made a numbe... ...
  • Why Google should avoid set-top boxes

    by User Not Found | Nov 22, 2007
    Or at least, boxes that are provided, ie "managed" by traditional TV companies like cable, satellite and IPTV service providers. The rumours are rife that Googl... ...

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