At least in the UK
The number of British people subscribing to TV services like Netflix, Amazon and Sky’s NOW TV, has overtaken traditional satellite and cable TV for the first time, media regulator Ofcom has announced.
According to estimates from media agency Zenith, next year, for the first time, people will spend more time using the internet than watching TV.
Collected viewing data
Telly maker Vizio has agreed to pay out $2.2 million to make a case claiming it unlawfully collected viewing data on its customers go away.
Because you can never have enough moles
China seems to expanding its AMOLED capacity, according to Digitimes Research.
Japan a bit too pricey
Foxconn and Sharp are to set up a $6.95 billion10.5G or 11G LCD TV panel factory in China. Needless to say Foxconn is stumping up most of the cash and Sharp is to providing the manufacturing technology.
As the company acquired Vizio too
LeEco is a company that used to be known as LeTV and now, since they have phones, TVs, smart bikes and many other products they decided to change the name to LeEco. The company plans to launch a few TV devices and a few phones in less than a week, and it is a great step from the Chinese based manufacturer.
Doing better than HD TV's did
Despite having limited content, 4K Ultra HD televisions are expected to double sales to 15 million units in the US in 2016.
FCC filing appears
Nvidia might be getting ready to launch a new Shield Android TV console later this year.
The Ramsey Bolton approach does not work any more
Fruity cargo cult Apple killed its own TV product because it honestly believed that Big Content would do what it told them and played the roll of Game of Thrones's Ramsay Bolton even after its castle wall had been breached.