The digital video world is moving fast with connected devices and smart TVs. While a couple of years ago a Saturday night trip to a spacious Blockbuster rental store was part of the “movie night” tradition, it mostly got replaced by instant digital downloads, or by automated kiosk systems like Redbox (in case your home [...]
Wondering what happened to Adobe AIR and TIVO? Here is the announcement from Adobe MAX 2011. “The availability of AIR will give us the tools to deliver better functionality, more features and a rich, seamless experience that our users expect from TiVo products,” said Jim Denney, vice president and general manager, Product Marketing, TiVo. “We look forward [...]
My live interview with CNET’s Marguerite Reardon about Digital Media and Devices is available as recording now: One of the questions was will we rather consume content in a web browser on the TV, or in application format. Although technically both options are possible, my personal prediction is applications. The example here is Google TV, which in [...]
Are you wondering how AIR and Flash runs on Digital Home devices? Here is a video showcasing EpixHD, an authenticated service running on both Samsung and Google TV with the same code base – a smooth Flash interface featuring beautiful HD video quality. Learn more about AIR for TV. Visit EpixHD.
We are living in a fast paced world, with technology innovation in the living room happening every week. Although there are a lot of device options, most of them are associated with different content. What is what we truly want from a device connected to the television? Find content easily, and have access to all [...]
Trying to figure out how to combine the need for mobile media with a more and more decreasing attention span? In this case Neave television is the perfect solution for you upcoming Flash Player 10.1 mobile device. All of this is running in the browser – the start menu is authored in Flash. Some additional [...]