DTS, Inc. announced that CinemaNow and other digital video storefronts powered by Rovi will soon offer content incorporating DTS-HD surround sound audio.
SENSIO Technologies announced that its 3DGO! Video-On-Demand (VOD) service for Connected and Smart 3DTVs is now rolling out to consumers in the United States.
The Diffusion Group announced it reckons that 56% of all US broadband households have at least one TV connected to the Internet.
The NPD Group announced it reckons that nearly half of all Internet-capable TVs, video game consoles, Blu-ray Disc (BD) players and streaming media players are connected and used for their online capabilities.
The Smart TV Alliance announced that five new members have joined its ranks and the association will introduce an updated SDK at CES 2013.
LG Electronics announced that it will show off its latest and greatest lineup of Smart TVs at CES 2013, including 84-inch Ultra HD and 55-inch OLED models.
IHS announced it reckons that shipments of large-sized LCD panels rose in September due to retailers stocking up for Black Friday sales.
SENSIO Technologies announced that it is now beta-testing its new 3DGO! Video-On-Demand (VOD) service for Connected and Smart 3DTVs.
Yahoo! and Samsung announced an expanded multi-year agreement to integrate Yahoo!’s Broadcast Interactivity platform into Samsung’s 2012 Smart TVs.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts Smart TV shipments to grow 15% worldwide in 2012.
The NPD Group announced it reckons the number of consumers reporting that the TV is their primary screen for viewing paid and free video streamed from the Web has risen from 33% to 45%.
TP Vision announced its new 6900 series of frameless Philips Smart TVs, including 42″ (42PFL6907) and 47″ (47PFL6907) models, at IFA 2012.
Rovi Corporation and Decipher Research released results of a three-part study that explores connected TV device usage and advanced advertising in Germany.
The Diffusion Group announced it forecasts that, despite accelerating global demand for Smart TVs, manufacturers will be largely unsuccessful in generating new revenue from these net-connected devices.
IHS announced it forecasts that global consumer spending on connected TV video gaming will grow to $1.6 billion in 2016, up from $88.0 million in 2012.