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Opera TV Launches Over-the-Top Certification Program

Opera TV announced that it has launched a certification program for Over-the-Top (OTT) video apps and connected TV devices.

Opera TV 2.0 Debuts at CES 2016

Opera Software ASA announced the next generation of its HTML5-based Opera TV application platform at CES 2016.

Adobe Does TV and Video at IBC 2015

Adobe Systems announced that it is showing off its latest video and television tools and technology at IBC 2015.

Espial Powers Sharp 4K Ultra HDTV Features

Espial announced that Sharp Corporation will begin shipping its newest lineup of AQUOS 4K NEXT Ultra HD LCD televisions, which incorporate Espial’s HTML5 client software, in July 2015.

Corel Uncorks VideoStudio X7

Corel Corporation announced that it has released its new VideoStudio Pro X7 ($79.99) and VideoStudio Ultimate X7 ($99.99) video editing software.

Panasonic Unleashes Smart VIERA WT600 Ultra HDTV

Panasonic announced its new 65-inch Smart VIERA TC-L65WT600 Ultra HDTV, which features a 4K 60p input based on HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a specifications.

VIZIO Launches Internet Apps Plus

VIZIO, Inc. announced the availability of its new VIZIO Internet Apps Plus Smart TV platform.

BlackBerry 10 Arrives

BlackBerry (formerly Research In Motion) announced its new BlackBerry 10 mobile platform as well as two new smartphones.

Smart TV Alliance Expands

The Smart TV Alliance announced that five new members have joined its ranks and the association will introduce an updated SDK at CES 2013.

Smart TV Shipments Grow 15 Percent in 2012

NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts Smart TV shipments to grow 15% worldwide in 2012.

Panasonic Unveils 60-inch SmartVIERA LED TV

Panasonic Europe announced its new 60-inch SmartVIERA (TX-L60ET5) LED/LCD passive 3D television at IFA 2012.

VIZIO Launches Co-Star With Google TV

VIZIO announced its new Co-Star Stream Player, which features the latest version of Google TV and OnLive cloud gaming.

Qumu Streams to Mobile Devices

Qumu announced that it has updated its Video Control Center (VCC) platform to support mobile devices including Windows Phones, iPhones and iPads as well as Android phones and tablets.

OverDrive to Offer Browser-Based eBook Reader

OverDrive announced that it plans to launch its new web browser-based eBook reading platform later this year.

Adobe Unveils Creative Cloud

Adobe Systems announced its new subscription-base Creative Cloud service (US$49.99 per month), which is centred around the company’s Creative Suite 6 software.