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Panasonic has confirmed that BBC iPlayer will be available on all its 2011 Viera TVs equipped with Viera Connect, its cloud-based internet portal.
Previously iPlayer was available on Freesat Viera models and the company’s Blu-ray/DVD Freesat recorders.
Now 70% of Panasonic’s 2011 TVs get the BBC catch-up service, along with a range of other services including games, social networking, music and video.
Ustrream and SHOUTcast are among the new music and video services provided, joining existing ones such as YouTube, Acetrax and DailyMotion.
Social networking apps added to …
We’re taking part in the Westminster eForum on the Future of Radio today, and the debate about the switchover to DAB is hotting up. Here are the highlights:
• Andrew Harrison, CEO of RadioCentre, says speculation about the future of digital radio is totally fanciful while DAB coverage is non-existent in some areas
• More than twice as many UK households have a broadband connection than a DAB radio
• Five people have spoken so far, and not one yet is pro-DAB. We hope the Government attendees …
Cyrus has a problem at the top end of the market.
As individual and unusual as the company’s long-running die-cast chassis is, it’s also small, light and plain – none of which appeal to a typical high-end buyer.
It’s understandable: you want to feel like you’ve got your money’s worth, and the best way of doing this is to make it big, heavy and expensively finished.
Using similar casework makes sense for brand and cost reasons, but it means the build of this £2550 monobloc seems no better than that …
Go!Places, a heritage tourism startup, has put out an App (application) for iPhones “Phonoguide to the Taj Mahal,” that allows users to experience an audio tour of the Taj Mahal, the famous Indian monument of love and widely acknowledged to be one of the seven existing wonders of the world. It has been developed by Rage Communications.
A press release issued by Rage Communications said the App is an audio tour of the Taj Mahal with incorporated mood-setting music and sound effects. It contains detailed information as well interesting anecdotes about …
Saville Audio Visual has announced the opening of a new Executive Briefing Centre at Moorgate in the City of London.
The new facility enables visitors to see and try AV and IT technologies installed within a typical working business environment. These include the latest Crestron control systems, digital media distribution, Cisco videoconferencing, Smart interactive collaboration, NEC flat screen displays and Mode-Al mounting systems.
Saville southern head of business services, Darren Pitt said: “It was a strategic decision to locate our facility close to AMX and Polycom’s London showrooms. This will allow our …