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2006-09-11 TI adds mobile TV features to Hollywood IC
Texas Instruments is adding two features to its mobile broadcast TV product not normally associated with handheld video viewing.
2008-01-31 SK Telecom to bring Hollywood movies to handsets
South Korean mobile carrier SK Telecom has signed a deal Sony Pictures Television International to offer the latest movie content to its mobile subscribers.
2007-12-13 IBM to aid Hollywood's green efforts
Supporting Hollywood's green initiative, IBM announced it is applying its Project Big Green to uniquely address energy efficiency for the media and entertainment industry.
2008-07-23 Hollywood to bring 3D viewing to TVs
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is forming a task force that will set the stage for an effort to define a stereo 3D mastering standard for content viewed in the home.
2013-02-06 Digital Hollywood faces dry spell
Digital Hollywood has had a pretty tough time as 3D TVs have disappointed, Ultra HDTV has been labelled a useless extravagance and quality video streaming through wireless has been underdeveloped.
2007-02-01 Build bridge between Web and TV, says Hollywood
The Internet is becoming an important source of video, but neither Hollywood studios nor systems makers know how to bring video from the Web to the TV screen, said a senior Hollywood executive.
2005-10-25 Warner to back Blu-ray and HD-DVD format
Warner Bros. Entertainment, up to now a key HD-DVD backer among Hollywood studios, announced it would release films on the Blu-ray format as well.
2006-12-18 Single IC embeds DVB-H in handsets
Startup Newport Media Inc. rolled out a single chip for mobile TV that H packs a tuner, demodulator and the memory needed to support the DVB-H mobile-TV standard for cell phones in a 7-by-7mm package.
2008-04-03 Full-length movies soon on cellphones
Thanks to Sony Pictures Television, 'Karate Kid' and 'Ghostbusters' may soon be viewed on the cellphone by U.S. users.
2008-08-26 Association gauges Blu-ray's 3D future
The Blu-ray Disc Association is developing its position on stereoscopic 3D under growing pressure from Hollywood studios who want to create a home video market for their rising number of stereo 3D movies.
2007-02-06 Panasonic builds Blu-ray testing center
Panasonic Corp. of North America will put up a Panasonic Hollywood Blu-ray Testing Center (PHBTC) within the existing facilities of Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory.
2007-09-10 HD DVD vs. Blu-ray: A high-definition confusion
The HD DVD vs. Blu-ray format battle waged among Hollywood studios and CE giants seeking to control the high-definition DVD market boils down to three words: 'Confusion, confusion, confusion!'
2008-04-18 DRM debate spins more buzz
The battle over DRM resumed at ESC when a Hollywood studio proponent of DRM went head-to-head with an attorney who demanded unfettered consumer rights to use and share copyrighted video.
2005-11-14 Blu-ray Disc/HD-DVD battle highlights digital home fault lines
Blu-ray Disc now has enough momentum to ensure it becomes Hollywood's preferred standard for high definition content, according to Strategy Analytics.
2002-04-02 'Parallel' migration to blue-laser DVD urged
A proposal put together by a Hollywood studio suggests that blue-laser-based high-definition DVD recorders will initially become available as VCR replacements only in the Japanese market.
2015-11-02 Wireless vision able to capture images behind walls
MIT researchers developed a technology called RF Capture that lends itself to potential applications such as virtual reality, smart homes and even film-making.
2009-05-06 Wireless chipset delivers 1080p HD content
AMIMON Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the second generation transmitter and receiver chips (AMN 2120/2220) designed for the Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) standard.
2006-03-01 Will FMC heat up or fizzle out?
Nothing is hotter today than fixed/mobile convergence, the latest in a long line of convergences.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2006-06-02 Vista OS sags, FlexGo scores
A new system concept for emerging markets called FlexGo stole the show at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference last month.
2007-09-25 Virtual world market opens doors for chipmakers
The Internet is gearing to move across virtual worlds of cinematic quality with new forms of entertainment, conducting business, and socializing, providing chipmakers with unprecedented opportunities.
2010-07-12 Video processor enables wireless displays at home
Cavium Networks' CNW56XX video processors enable standards-based wireless display solutions over 802.11 Wi-Fi at high-volume consumer price points.
2008-07-25 Update: CEA to look into 3DTV spec proposal
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) will explore the possibility of setting standards for 3DTV, seen by many observers as the next big thing in home entertainment.
2008-09-22 TV big shots lack stereo 3D patents
LG, Matsushita, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba currently have no significant patents on stereo 3D, according to an initial patent search by EE Times.
2008-01-15 Turnkey ref design supports both Blu-ray, HD DVD
Broadcom's BCM97440 reference design incorporates complete software stacks that meet Blu-ray, HD DVD and universal player requirements, enabling manufacturers to introduce mass-market HD solutions to market quickly and at the right price points.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2003-10-07 Tiring of royalties, China seeks compression spec for video
China is pushing to define a homegrown A/V compression technology that would rival MPEG-4 and H.264.
2006-03-13 TI adopts multidisciplinary approach for 4G design
Texas Instruments is using vertically oriented engineering teams to ensure the success of its fourth-generation wireless design and development efforts.
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside.
2010-09-08 STBs struggle out of rut
The launch of the AppleTV gives STB makers a glimpse into a hopeful future where their product will be able to offer more services and will be given more respect and attention.
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