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The e-commerce giant has revealed a plethora of shopping deals, including bargain Samsung TV sets and over $115 in free top paid apps for Android devices.
Country's smallest telco has revamped its Internet TV service replacing its three-year-old offering, 1box, with more online content such as e-books and apps.
The company is to open up a new centre near the Barbican, bringing together the teams from Lovefilm and Pushbutton, the Amazon subsidiary that developed Lovefilm's apps for smart TVs, consoles and the iPad
The Google Nexus Q has been rooted. Anyone can follow the instructions to install an Android launcher in order to run apps and games on their television set. The device's $300 price tag no longer looks so steep.
If done right, Google TV with its web browser, search engine, and apps, could be a game changer in the living room.
Take Citys' Breakfast Television with you, wherever and whenever with the new Breakfast Television app for iPhone. This new app will...
The Swedish furniture company is planning a TV built into a home entertainment system that includes a wireless subwoofer and support for online apps from YouTube and others.
For the most part, the library for exclusive Google TV apps is still lacking as it only has several dozen apps available -- compared to the hundreds of thousands available in the Android Market for mobile devices overall.
# The first interactive comedy now on iPad! #Experience TV the way you deserve. Kiss or Miss is an interactive television app where...
Microsoft is set to roll out voice control for TV sets connected to an Xbox 360 gaming console and Kinect controller.A free update for the Xbox 360 will be made available on Tuesday, bringing not only voice-controlled search but also new apps from various Microsoft partners.
Korean electronics maker inks alliance with Singapore government agency to jointly develop educational TV apps for Samsung's Smart TV ecosystem.
Google is bringing its connected TV platform, Google TV, to the UK, according to reports.The platform runs on the Google Android operating system and allows people to watch TV, browse the internet, access Android apps and access on-demand video services such as Netflix and YouTube HD in the US.
With Netflix and Hulu Plus now offering their very own Android apps, television and movie fans are finding a special kind of solace in AndroidBut Netflix and Hulu are not alone. This October, the pair will be joined by 20th Century Fox, which is bringing digital versions of its films to Android.
As Internet-connected TVs grow in popularity, those platforms are going to need more apps. Panasonic has launched a new developer portal for its own cloud-based TV service, Viera Connect.
Forget about mobile apps. Yahoo wants to sell you apps for your 'net-TV.
Samsung announced the addition of new apps from HBO and MTV to its television-based app store, giving consumers more reason to ditch the cable box for good.
It's a big day for Android apps. Already available for iOS, Comcast has outed the Xfinity TV app for Android-based devices.
The BBC has released iPad and Android iPlayer apps as part of its plans to deliver iPlayer content to a range of different devices.The apps — which allows streaming of BBC TV and radio content — include many of the features from the desktop version, such as series stacking, access to catch-up TV from the last seven days and live TV and radio streaming.
One of the more notable game developments from CES 2011 was the deal struck between cloud-based gaming service OnLive and budget TV maker Vizio (which we’ve previously mentioned here). The OnLive service is going to appear in future Vizio TVs as an app, literally building games into the set, no console required, and it’s potentially one of the most intriguing gamification plays of 2011.
AirPlay video has finally arrived. It allows you to stream video from your iOS device to your Apple TV, but isn't fully integrated with all of the iOS apps yet.
Amid a few more jabs from Apple, Adobe rolled out its AIR 2.5 platform, which allows developers to create apps across multiple devices such as TVs, tablets, smartphones and PCs.
Despite having its own Internet@TV technology providing access to online apps for its connected HDTVs and Blu-ray players, Samsung is apparently considering whether to add Google's Android OS to its future sets.Samsung has already embraced Android for its mobile products, including its new Galaxy Tab tablet, so extending its use of the OS to its living room devices makes sense.
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