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Chromecast: Google’s answer to AppleTV and Samsung Link

Google has introduced Chromcast, a new hardware device today that enables you to stream (video) content from your mobile phone, tablet or laptop to a TV.
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Is This the End of the Smart TV? Vidora Puts the Smart in Your Mobile Device

Two weeks ago Vidora launched as "a next generation premium video aggregation platform for mobile and tablet devices". I recently talked to Alex Holub, co-founder of Vidora, about the platform and his perspective on the TV industry.
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No Google TV announcement during the Google IO Keynote

Google just finished the keynote that started their yearly Google I/O event and (as expected) there were no big announcements or updates for Google TV. But with Android 4.2.2 Google TV did receive the much needed update to compete with platforms

The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)

During the IBC 2012 session 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)' two teams were speaking for and against this will debate whether the emergence of video devices

The Connected Viewer & ConnectedTV at IBC 2012

With over the top content delivery, second screen interaction and multiscreen 'TV everywhere' solutions the connected TV gets a dominant place within the living room and outside.
Presentation 10 Things You Need To Know About The Future of Television

The 10 things you need to know about the future of Television by Alan Wolk [summary]

KIT digital's Global Lead Analyst, Alan Wolk, offers a view of the state of the television industry and its future. The overview are Wolk’s takeaway from his conversations with everyone from Wall Street analysts to high-level industry executives to tech start-up

What is the future of smart TV, internet TV, connected TV, IPTV, and social TV?

Ongoing developments in the field of television, web video, distribution, and new media technologies, have resulted in a diverse and growing field of television set-top boxes and software platforms, which is changing the way people use and experience television. The rise