Motorola Mobility announced ten new IP and cable Set-Top Boxes (STBs) at IBC2012.
Sigma Designs announced financial results and business highlights for its second fiscal quarter ended July 28, 2012.
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.
Rovi Corporation announced that it has signed a multi-year patent licensing agreement with Google.
Technicolor SA announced financial and production results for its second quarter 2012.
ABI Research announced it reckons that Connected TVs and Blu-ray Disc (BD) players will soon surpass game consoles as premium Internet-connected devices in the home.
ABI Research announced it reckons that pay TV companies are struggling to keep up with the latest consumer trends and demands for flexible viewing options.
IHS announced it reckons that, by 2015, nearly half of all devices that receive television services form the largest global pay-TV operators will be PCs, smartphones and tablets.
Sony Electronics announced that its new NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV ($199) will be available on July 22, 2012.
Sigma Designs announced its new SMP8674 media processor, which is intended for hybrid IPTV Set-Top Boxes (STBs), OTT streaming players and WiDi and Wi-Fi display receivers.
Technicolor announced that its Thomson Angers SAS subsidiary (formerly Thomson Television Angers), which manufactures Set-Top Boxes (STBs), has filed for insolvency.
Rovi Corporation announced that it will demonstrate its latest lineup of video discovery, delivery and advertising technologies at the Cable Show 2012.
Rovi Corporation announced that its TotalGuide Solution for Service Providers is now available on Pace’s Dallas HD-DVR Set-Top Box (STB).
HGST (formerly Hitachi Global Storage Technologies) announced its new CinemaStar 2.5-inch hard disk drives (HDDs).