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Freeview's next-generation smart TV platform will launch in October with upgrades to Panasonic TVs and further products from Panasonic, Humax, Manhattan TV and Vestel.
Freeview Play will combine catch-up TV from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, on-demand services and live television in a subscription-free platform which works on all existing broadband services.
Brits watch 14 times as much timeshifted TV today as we did in 2005—more than other European nations—according to data-wranglers IHS Technology,
Analysts have revealed that we watched 43 minutes of recorded or catch-up shows per day in 2014, compared to just three minutes in 2005, at least 15 minutes more than viewers in France, Germany, Italy or Spain.
The world's CE industry descended on Berlin this week for an IFA rich in Ultra HD news. Here are a few highlights:
The UHD Alliance has announced its growth to almost 30 members including leading film studios, consumer electronics manufacturers, content distributors and technology companies.