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Leading Swedish cable company Com Hem has embraced the growing world of virtual reality (VR) with a concept for testing the service in a purpose-built environment.

About a quarter of US broadband households are concerned about their privacy and security when using connected CE devices.

The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit has broadly upheld the FCC’s reclassification of broadband as a Title II service.

Smart TVs are the latest target for ransomware, with analysts finding that the FLocker Android ransomware is a police Trojan that pretends to be US Cyber Police or another law enforcement agency.

Leading Brazilian meta data provider Revista Eletrônica has formed a strategic alliance with Rovi to offer what the firms say will be an advanced metadata solution targeted at pay-TV and entertainment content providers.

Norwegian public service broadcaster NRK has employed the services of leading independent media asset management (MAM) technology solutions specialist Tedial.
Dish Mexico is implementing an end-to-end satellite ecosystem from Inview.

Aiming to federalise content production in Latin America’s second largest audiovisual market, the Argentinean Government has launched a $30 million investment plan.