Twitter has launched a new system that will insert targeted ads into viewer’s social network feeds based on programmes currently on live TV and new options for companies to link video clips into sponsored content.
Sony is testing a faster method of streaming online video for users of its PlayStation store.
The wait is over – the Xbox One is here and it packs plenty of Smart TV punch.
An Apple fan has created his own concept video showing how an Apple iTV might work in tandem with an iOS device like an iPad.
Internet TV service FilmOn has acquired the rights to classic matches from the Premier League archives.
Google is developing another new media player device as a possible replacement for the ill-fated Nexus Q, which may have something to do with the Hitchikers Guide To The Galaxy.
TalkTalk has posted its results for the last financial and its YouView TV service has grown to almost 230,000 subscribers.
Windows Phone users now have a proper YouTube app for their mobile platform of choice. Unfortunately, Google has demanded that Microsoft take it down due to terms of service violations.
Google has announced software upgrades for Google TV and a new release schedule that should keep it up to date alongside other Google products.
The tests into the effects of 4G signals on Freeview reception have failed to find any problems.
Sony has released the launch date and pricing for the new Sony Bravia X9 4K range of TVs.
Hardware changes mean that Google will not be announcing a Google TV upgrade at tomorrow’s Google I/O event, according to industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Around a quarter of Smart TV owners will be shopping via their TVs by the end of next year, says a new report commissioned by Samsung.
LG has launched its cloud storage solution, LG Cloud at an event in Singapore.