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TV panel unit shipments are expected to fall nearly 7% in 2016, according to IHS Research.

MindMeld has unveiled MindMeld for TV, an artificial intelligence (AI) solution designed for pay-television and over-the-top (OTT) content providers.

The Kudelski Group has entered into a patent licence agreement with Yahoo! Inc.

Video technology provider Kaltura has announced what it calls a landmark, ‘disruptive’ pay-as-you-go platform that enables operators to bring video everywhere.

Telestream has released version 3.0 of Switch its cross-platform media player and inspection tool.

Immersive technologies such as virtual reality (VR) will have a huge cultural impact and will create new kinds of media, but in the next five years at least they will exist alongside traditional TV, says a Digital Production Partnership (DPP) study.

AT&T has launched ultra-fast, video-friendly Gigabit Internet service in parts of California, including San Francisco, San Jose, Dublin, Mountain View, Santa Clara and San Ramon.

The INTX expo has highlighted the growing adoption of software compatible with the Reference Design Kit (RDK) common framework for powering customer-premises equipment (CPE).