Roku announced its new Roku 3 streaming media player ($99.99).
Yamaha Corporation of America announced its new BD-S673 ($329.95) and BD-S473 ($229.95) Blu-ray Disc (BD) players.
Belkin announced its new @TV that allows users to watch, record and view television content at home or on the go.
Parks Associates announced that it will host a special research session entitled “The Rise of the App Platform in the Mobile and CE Markets” at the upcoming CONNECTIONS conference.
DTS announced that NXP Software is adding DTS audio support to its LifeVibes smart player offerings for Android and iOS smart phones and tablets.
Apple announced that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners have downloaded more than 25 billion apps from its App Store since launching less than four years ago.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that shipments of tablet PCs will grow from 72.7 million units in 2011 to 383.3 million units by 2017.
The Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) provided an update on the roll-out of UltraViolet at CES 2012.
Technicolor announced its new MediaEcho app, which synchronizes secondary content with Blu-ray, Video-On-Demand (VoD) and broadcast programming.
The NPD Group announced its latest survey suggests that the video game industry is adding 2-17 year-olds at a rate greater than that age group’s population growth.
Lite-On announced that it has launched its MyDisk Suite optical disc burning application for the PC, iPad and iPhone.
Adobe Systems announced Flash Media Server 4.5 and Flash Access 3.0 software at IBC 2011.
Bungie, LLC announced its new Aerospace venture to help independent developers create mobile and social games.
Apple announced its new suite of iCloud services for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC.
Lite-On announced that it will preview its MyDisk Suite optical disc burning application for the PC, iPad and iPhone at Computex 2011.