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Research and Markets ( :  ) has announced the addition of eMarketer’s new report ” The Digital Home: Emerging Trends in TV/PC Viewership :  ” to their offering.

The US consumer electronics industry is ready to start growing again in 2010. Following an estimated 7.7% decline in revenues between 2008 and 2009, to $165 billion, the Consumer Electronics

Association (CEA) forecasts a slight uptick (up 0.6%) in 2010, to $166 billion in revenues.

Among the hottest new products now available are Internet-enabled television sets (IETVs) that connect directly to the Internet, without the use of a media adapter. A CEA survey taken in December 2008 found that about one-half of online adult respondents said they were likely to buy in IETV. Manufacturers now include LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony.
Behind them are content and hardware players such as Yahoo!, Intel, MySpace, Netflix and Amazon, all working to provide some form of acceptable interface and content. Read the rest of this entry »

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OEDN (The OCAP/EBIF Developer Network) announced today the formation of an Academic ITV Software Developer Kit (AISDK) program, with Ball State University as its first participating school.

For the 2009-2010 school year, students at Ball State will have access to OEDN’s Academic ITV Software Developer Kit as part of their curriculum. Comprised of a framework for EBIF & Tru2Way (OCAP) application development & testing against industry standard tools, the AISDK is designed to give select US universities the ability to build applications locally – while testing them remotely – an end-to-end process that allows a student-built ITV applications to be built and tested in real-world conditions. Read the rest of this entry »

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