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JVC Rolls Out Quantum DOT TVs and Smart Home Audio at CES 2018

JVC announced its latest Quantum Dot High Dynamic Range (HDR) television and home audio products at CES 2018.

Haier to Launch Google Android TV Series

Haier announced it is expanding its relationship with Google and will launch multiple series of Android TVs globally in 2018.

VIZIO SmartCast P-Series 4K Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro TVs Hit Canada

VIZIO, Inc. announced its new 2017 SmartCast P-Series 4K Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro TV collection is now available in Canada.

LG Flaunts 4K Ultra HD HDR Monitors At CES 2017

LG Electronics Canada announced that it will be showing off its latest 4K Ultra HD HDR-compatible monitors at CES 2017.

CyberLink Rolls Out PowerDVD 16

CyberLink Corp. announced its new PowerDVD 16 media playback software, which is available in Live, Ultra, Pro and Standard versions.

Streaming Media Players Prove Popular

Parks Associates announced it reckons that 14% of U.S. broadband households plan to buy a streaming media player by the middle of 2016.

Chromecast Still King of the Hill

Strategy Analytics announced it reckons that Google’s Chromecast commands 35% of the connected TV device market.

TV Academy Drops DVD Screeners for Chromecast

The Television Academy announced that it is replacing its watermarked DVD screeners with distribution over Google’s Chromecast.

Americans Embrace Streaming Media Players

Parks Associates announced it forecasts that more than 25% of U.S. households will own a streaming media player by 2015.

TVs over PCs for Watching Online Video

Parks Associates announced that its latest research suggests that TVs are outpacing computers as the preferred platform to watch Internet video.

CE Devices Continue to Get Connected

Parks Associates announced that one of its surveys reports that 64% of U.S. broadband households have at least one consumer electronics device connected to the Internet.

Connecting TVs Gets Serious

The NPD Group announced it reckons that there will be a little over two hundred million Internet-capable TVs and related devices in U.S. homes by 2015.