Further details of how TiVo are losing their once magical touch. NDS are talking up their PVR offering and it would appear that DirecTV are listening.
Archive for November, 2004
Net-atHome™2004 is the 7th edition of the event annually hosted by Homega Research and targeting organizations and industry associations already active in the field of Home Networks and Gateways, Connected Appliances and Integrated Services, or interested in penetrating European or worldwide markets in this field.
If O2 do pull off a deal with i-mode, could they win the 3G content race?
CNN is delivering its news to mobile phones – free of charge to the consumers, thanks to Xerox sponsoring the service.
The winners show the current state of the in-home entertainment market.
The battle is on for 3G content. Three bring Entertainment Now to their network. We chat to APTN’s product manager.
Electronics giant Philips drops shares in the Paris-based media conglomerate, Vivendi Universal.
While Digiworld’s major players have been forced to focus on recovery, the initial excitement stirred up by the internet has not died down. On the contrary, it continues to engender unexpected and often destabilising initiatives, raising important questions over future developments.
This is the opening of “Act II” in which players will have to find fresh avenues of growth, innovate, form new partnerships and prove their staying power in the competitive Internet arena.
To open the International Conference, dedicated to Internet Act II, IDATE and its partners are organising workshops and specialised seminars:
- 3rd International Video Game Forum
- Broadband for all
- Corporate Telecom Services
- European enlargement and ICTs
Federal Judge in California blocks movie studios’ approach to lawsuits targeting film file-sharers.