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Etude sur l'usage de la TV connectée | WS Conseil Une étude de plus de 4000 consommateurs aux États-Unis, au Royaume-Uni, en France et en Allemagne concernant attitudes à l'égard des téléviseurs connectés, des smartphones, des tablettes et des livres électroniques ou eBooks a montré que les téléspectateurs britanniques étaient les moins susceptibles de connecter leurs équipements à l'Internet. Dans son enquête auprès des consommateurs, la recherche indique que 71%, les téléspectateurs français sont les plus susceptibles de connecter les téléviseurs intelligents à l'Internet. Cependant, les 56% enregistrés au Royaume-Uni est le plus faible des quatre pays. Il est prévu que le chiffre augmentera à mesure que des TV compatibles Wi-Fi seront mises à disposition. A l'inverse on pourrait faire valoir que le pourcentage diminue lorsque les 'early adopters' sont sortis de l'équation. Etude sur l'usage de la TV connectée | WS Conseil
Logitech’s Revue set-top box for Google TV was a ‘big mistake’, according to Guerrino De Luca, chairman and acting chief executive of Logitech. During an analysts and investors meeting in New York, he said the company has pulled the plug on Google TV set-top boxes, saying consumers just aren’t ready for the device which merges television and the internet. “Google TV or the child of Google TV or the grandchild of Google TV will happen. Losses force Logitech to drop Google TV | Broadband TV News Losses force Logitech to drop Google TV | Broadband TV News
Yahoo! Connected TV: The best of the Internet on your TV
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Americans are becoming more and more comfortable with alternative ways of viewing long-form video, and online viewing of full TV episodes is on the rise and accounting for an ever-greater share of online video viewing. With these changes in viewing habits, video viewers will increasingly look to enjoy these experiences on a big screen. Despite disagreement on the absolute numbers, two forecasters project dramatic growth in sales of internet-enabled television sets around the world as the digital home becomes a reality. iSuppli Corporation estimated in July that 28 million web-enabled TVs would be sold worldwide this year, more than double sales in 2009. Web-Enabled TVs Leading Home Viewing Revolution Web-Enabled TVs Leading Home Viewing Revolution
Jeremy Toeman has worked in the field of convergence between computers, the Internet and TV for more than 10 years. He is a founding partner of Stage Two, a consumer technology product experience firm in San Francisco, and can be found blogging at livedigitally.com. Forget Google TV scrapping CES, the biggest challenge smart televisions face in 2011 is overcoming customers’ FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt). Up until the early 2000s, buying a new TV was easy. The bigger the screen, the better the television. Sure, some televisions had more bells and better whistles, but in the era of standard definition and cathode ray tubes, bigger was better. 5 Reasons Connected TV Could Flop in 2011 5 Reasons Connected TV Could Flop in 2011
About Videonet Videonet is a leading source of strategic insight, analysis and news about post-convergence television. We explore the challenges and opportunities for the TV industry as it introduces more on-demand content and evolves towards multi-screen delivery, companion experiences and a hybrid broadcast/IP connected TV universe. How connected hom can deliver triple play 2.0 connectedtv-1 for web.pdf (Objet application/pdf) How connected hom can deliver triple play 2.0 connectedtv-1 for web.pdf (Objet application/pdf)
Connected TV Connected TV The Connected TV blog seems a good place to announce a new venture which farncombe, which hosts this site, is currently working on. This new endeavour involves benchmarking the usability of connected TV devices. Those of us with access to a connected TV experience – whether on a smart TV, games console, laptop, tablet or set-top box – will all have our favourite bugbears about the connected user experience: the number of clicks it takes to call up a particular piece of on-demand content, over-complex remotes that don’t match what’s on the EPG, screens that are difficult to navigate, etc. etc. But is it possible to create a standardised set of objective, quantifiable tests with which to assess and compare the user-friendliness of all these different screens? Well, farncombe thinks it is.
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