BlackBerry (formerly Research In Motion) announced its new BlackBerry 10 mobile platform as well as two new smartphones.
The Smart TV Alliance announced that five new members have joined its ranks and the association will introduce an updated SDK at CES 2013.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts Smart TV shipments to grow 15% worldwide in 2012.
VIZIO announced its new Co-Star Stream Player, which features the latest version of Google TV and OnLive cloud gaming.
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 announced that it plans to launch its new web browser-based eBook reading platform later this year.
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.
Adobe Systems announced its new Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CS6 Extended digital image editing, compositing and graphic design software.
Corel Corporation announced that it has released its new VideoStudio Pro X5 ($79.99) and VideoStudio Pro X5 Ultimate ($99.99) video editing software.
Research In Motion (RIM) announced its next generation BBX platform for BlackBerry smartphones and tablets.
NVIDIA Corporation announced that YouTube now allows 3D videos to be watched on NVIDIA 3D Vision PCs and notebooks that run the latest version of Firefox.
The International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) announced that its EPUB 3 digital publishing specification is now available for public review and deployment by early implementers.
StreamingMedia.com announced that its annual Streaming Media East Exhibition and Conference will be held May 10-11, 2011 at the Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan.