Roku announced that Hitachi, Mitsubishi and a handful of other consumer electronics companies have pledged their support for Roku’s upcoming Streaming Stick.
Sigma Designs announced that Best Buy has integrated Z-Wave technology into its new Insignia connected televisions.
Best Buy announced its new Insignia Connected TV, which will be available in 32-inch ($499) and 42-inch ($699) models and feature TiVo design.
Sonic Solutions announced that, over the holiday season, its RoxioNow platform will power online movie delivery to a multitude of new HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc (BD) players, Digital Media Adapters and mobile handsets from well-known manufacturers.
Widevine announced that Best Buy has chosen Widevine to be a preferred provider of adaptive streaming, virtual DVD-like controls and digital rights management (DRM) on Insignia connected products such as Blu-ray Disc (BD) players, televisions and media devices.
Best Buy Co., Inc. announced its new Insignia 5.1 Home Theater System with Audyssey audio technology. According to the statement, available exclusively at Best Buy, the Insignia Home Theater System is a complete 5.1 surround sound system that boasts 110-Watts per channel, includes five speakers and a 120-Watt subwoofer. Also featured are three HDMI 1.4 [...]
TiVo Inc. and Best Buy Co., Inc. announced that development is underway to integrate TiVo’s software and television services into broadband-connected Insignia televisions.
Best Buy Co. Inc. announced the availability of its new digital video service CinemaNow, which will provide customers same-day instant access to new release movies and TV shows.