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After a series of acquisitions and content plays in its core business, UK pay-TV giant Sky is broadening its portfolio with mobile voice and data services.

The second biggest retailer in the world, Carrefour, has launched France Nolim Films, a new multi-platform entertainment service based on the UltraViolet digital locker.

By exclusively launching Cinemax GO for DirecTV subs, HBO Latin America continues to expand its TV everywhere offer throughout the region, enabling audiences to watch online content via Android and iOS devices.

Latin Americans are no longer alone in their living rooms when watching TV, as over 80% are sitting with their smartphones and tablets, and actively using them.

Civolution's Teletrax said that it will offer TV-synced contextual multiscreen advertising during Super Bowl XLIX, scheduled for 1 February 2015.

French broadcaster TF1 has adopted Monterosa's LViS second-screen technology to drive live interactivity with entertainment and sports shows on its MYTF1 digital platform.

Despite a continued uptake of smart TVs, their full potential is being held back by the user experience they offer says research from Philips uWand.

Preschoolers' interactive TV and learning platform Hopster has confirmed the completion of a multi-million pound equity investment round.