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Netflix will partner with Vodafone to launch a 4G mobile video streaming service in New Zealand on 24 March.

The secular decline in physical media in the US has been highlighted once more by NPD research showing that connected TVs are now used more than Blu-ray Disc players in delivering apps to TVs.

A low-cost, portable, disposable screen designed and produced by Spanish company Viuing is attracting the investors, as it allows audiences of live sporting events to receive data from the event in real time.

Ericsson has joined what seems a growing line of companies taking Apple to court for patent infringement.

Connected mobile screens, over-the-top (OTT) and video-on-demand (VOD) platforms are to change the telecoms market forever, and Spain - where telcos have already seen income reduced by 40% since 2010 – is predicted to have 100 million connected devices by 2017.

Total mobile video traffic of the next six years will be around 17 times that of last six years according to Ericsson's latest mobility report.

With the intent of letting driving parents not hear the words 'are we there yet?', Deutsche Telekom has launched a family-oriented entertainment app featuring films, shows and audio.

Adapting to changing consumer viewing habits, music TV channel MTV is to give mobile network operators on-demand access to its content through the launch of two new international over-the-top (OTT) apps.