Virtual reality is not 3D TV: that's the consensus in the wake of the Consumer Electronics Show, where the technology got plenty of attention thanks to a heavy hype cycle. The reason certainly isn't hype, a new FierceCable special report says-- companies like Facebook are investing billions of dollars in VR.
Amazon is in a unique position to help shepherd 4K from its place today as a novelty and hoped-for savior of the TV-set manufacturers to a mainstream consumer product. Will its 4K strategy succeed?
Time Warner Cable thinks Netflix is playing on an uneven field when it comes to its Open Connect private CDN, making it difficult for ISPs who do not partner with the streaming video provider to have access to new enhanced content.
If, as Oscar Wilde wrote, a dirty mind is a constant picnic, Penthouse has just added another course. The publisher of adult content and online video has just reached a deal with SES Astra to roll
Sonic Solutions, looking to take full advantage of the initial surge of 3D TV sets that consumers brought home for the holidays, not to mention 3D video cameras, is rolling out new editing software
Couple of big disappointments shaping up to close out 2010: Google TV hasn't come close to living up to the expectations, as evidenced by Sony's price cuts on TVs featuring the Google TV platform,
A new study from DisplaySearch says that global sales of connected TVs will top 40 million units by the end of this year, and forecast the market will top 118 million by 2014, giving over-the-top
Portland, Ore.-based Elemental Technologies, which provides massively parallel video processing solutions to the video industry, is moving aggressively into transcoding 3D video, collaborating with
With golf and World Cup soccer having had good experiences with 3D, NASCAR is next up, announcing it's partnered with Turner Sports to roll out its own 3D broadcast from the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona