Analysis & Opinion
Microsoft and Sony have released more complete details, including pricing, of their new home consoles in the past day at the E3 conference in Los Angeles
Microsoft announced the Xbox One on Tuesday in Redmond, Washington. Given that the Xbox 360 has been around since 2005 and sold over 70 million units worldwide, finally seeing the next-generation console from the #1 player in the market is a pretty big deal.
Microsoft’s reveal of the Xbox One yesterday evening in Redmond signaled the culmination of its ambitions to be at the centre of the future living room entertainment landscape.
A new codec war is looming! The peaceful reign of H.264 is over, the end is nigh, and HEVC is ready to battle to prove its worth, steal the crown and prove itself the one true king (guess who just got caught up on Game of Thrones?).
BT’s announcement that it will offer its forthcoming premium-sports channels for free to all its broadband customers lays down the gauntlet in what is set to be a ferocious tussle between the UK’s largest telco and dominant pay-TV provider Sky.
You’ll be hard pressed to have missed the hype surrounding Netflix’s new House of Cards series. A high-profile ad campaign has accompanied its launch, including blanket coverage on London’s Underground, among other places.
Informa Telecoms & Media’s Analysts have identified eight key themes to look out for at this year’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
The news that Liberty Global plans to acquire Virgin Media could signal a change atop the global pay-TV hierarchy – if a deal goes ahead, the long-time number-two cable operator and dominant European player will overtake US giant Comcast to become the world’s largest cable MSO.
Attribution Bias is a cognitive partiality that causes us humans to make systematic errors when evaluating the actions of others and ourselves. In a nutshell, when good things happen to me, it’s skill. When they happen to you, it’s luck. And when bad things happen… I think you get the idea. Attribution bias affects not...
One of the more ambitious and promising initiatives announced at CES was AT&T’s Digital Life, an application and services platform that will offer a broad range of services to consumer households including media management, home security services, home energy monitoring and a broad variety of sensor-based services such as water leak detection and water main control.
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