Two things drive OTT/IPTV (Over the Top/Internet Protocol TV) streaming content and the demand for bigger, better TV screens. Sports is one of them.
The challenge for companies today is to maintain control of the wide-ranging opportunities and siloed usage in the cloud.
Mobile devices aren't about turning a blind-eye to the TV set but about getting more out of the show's you watch or multitasking by checking out something else.
Net neutrality and open Internet are more than just power words. They're a vision that Vint, Push, Manny and all of the others set out to build.
Content was king at this year's NAB (National Association of Broadcasters), especially 4K content.
The beginning of the end for cable's linear, scheduled TV approach comes when the Internet players have too many subscribers for the content rights holders to ignore.
The good thing is, every network/station is getting their shows up to 4K as quickly as possible to capture even more eyeballs (ad dollars), so when you get your UHD TV set, you'll have plenty of content.
There are people who refer to the post-storage era; but frankly, I can't figure out what in the heck they're talking about. It can't simply exist ‚Ä¶ somewhere.
Buckets Full - Filling every nook and cranny to overflowing, companies large and small helped draw more than 150,000 people to Vegas for the annual "hope to gawd you like me" CES event.
It's true that with many of the companies and products, much of the problem can be laid at the feet of management. They become overconfident that whatever they offer, consumers will snap them up.
More than anything 2014 is going to be a year of beauty, acceptance, and becoming more comfortable with the fact that we're not alone. even in our own thoughts.
Publicists who focus on filling senior executive hours with the most meetings are only focused on body count, no matter what it takes.
There has to be some way to separate the wheat from the chaff, the frivilous/worthless lawsuits from the honest patents based on hard, sweaty creative efforts that deserve protection.
Today's advanced BD preservation media delivers a data life of 50 years or more without constant media migration or requiring power (except when read/written) or AC, delivering piece of mind and savings.
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