Unprecedented Growth Of Mobile Video Viewing Fuelled By Smartphone

Mobile Video

Mobile is the future. But that shift to mobile brings with it another trend: a seismic shift in the way video is consumed. As more people have access to their own personal viewing devices, they’re using them to consume all content — including video — at an increasing rate. This has not escaped the attention of advertisers, who are eager to chase video consumption trends in…

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The Best Media Streamer

The Best Media Streamer

There are many ways to watch online content on your TV. Your television itself might have apps, or you might have a Blu-ray player or game system connected with built-in streaming services. If neither case applies, or if your TV, Blu-ray player, or game system doesn’t have the exact media features you want, you can get a dedicated media streaming…

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HDR TV

HDR TV

The constant development of the television set has been as relentlessly consistent as any sector in tech during the last half-century. The good thing is, there’s no sign the pursuit of visual perfection is slowing down. With the 3D fad over and app-loaded Smart TVs now standard, the focus of TV-makers is back on creating the best possible two-dimensional image…

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eSIM, The Evolution Of SIM Card Get A Better And Secured Customer Experience

eSIM

The eSIM gives us an improved and more secure customer experience, better designed devices, opens up new market opportunities for operators and enables entire new categories of connected devices. Let’s explore this baby in a little more detail. SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards store network-specific information used to authenticate and identify subscribers on a cellular network and for the last…

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In An Era Of Digital Economy Smart Cities To Come Up As Additional Benefit

smart city

Technology and innovation have always gone hand in hand with human progress – from the industrial revolution to our current mobile, digital world. Yet, is the legacy of this progress actually hindering Western society from taking the next step forward? Should we look to more agile economies like India to drive the next wave of innovation? Think about the established…

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China’s Smartphone Market Sees Its Largest Drop In Five Years

China's Smartphone Market

There’s no question that China’s smartphone industry is in a tough spot, but it’s apparently worse than expected. Canalys has estimated that smartphone shipments in the country plummeted 21 percent year-over year in the first quarter of 2018 — the steepest drop since 2013. Almost everyone saw their shipments go down, with Oppo and Vivo (both owned by BBK) taking…

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Facebook to launch Oculus Go

Facebook to launch Oculus Go

Facebook is looking to officially launch its Oculus Go standalone virtual reality (VR) headset at its f8 developer conference on May 1, Variety has learned from multiple sources familiar with the company’s plans. The company first announced the device, which will sell for $199 and up, in October. At the time, company executives said that the headset would be available…

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The Future of Solar Energy in India

Solar Energy in India

India, with its booming economy and humongous population of over 1 billion, has always faced shortage of energy. Even though the country is among the largest producers of electricity in the world, it is hardly ever able to meet the electricity requirements of its ever-so-rapidly increasing population. At present, almost 53% of India’s energy requirements are met with coal; going…

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Multiscreen Is The Way Of Survival As Entertainment Goes For OTT

OTT

Digitization has changed the way in which video is consumed, and presently video content is available to viewers over multiple media and devices. This ubiquitous demand for video has made it a ‘screen-less’ enigma for media businesses. On one hand, media companies have to enhance linear TV content and services to make it attractive as a pay TV offering; on…

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