Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO and Group Editor-in-Chief, speaks with Anton Monk, VP, Technology & Co-Founder of Entropic and learns about the company’s connectivity and set-top solutions based on MoCA reference designs.
Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO and Group Editor-in-Chief, speaks with Lars Johnsson, Senior Director, Product Marketing, SoC Mobile Communications (LTE) for Broadcom and learns about platform solutions which the company supplies and providing 2G, 3G, LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth. He also saw a VoLTE demo using the Broadcom LTE Development Platform. Mike Civello later showed entry-level Android phones with up to 720p displays
Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO and Group Editor-in-Chief, speaks with Joe Del Rio and Wade Wan of Broadcom and learns about home gateway solutions which support 4K UHD TV and more.
Dr. Anton Mark tells TMC's Rich Tehrani about his company's growing line of in-home entertainment enabling solutions. The fabless semiconductor company is also responsible for the widely-used in-home Moca networking standard and has recently acquired a set top box company.
Norman Gillaspie discusses the latest technologies for video consumption in the home and on mobile devices
It may not have been the first voice recognition software, but Apple’s Siri certainly has quickly become the most recognized, and it has spurred a host of new voice applications, including allowing consumers to tell their TVs what to do.
Despite the larger TVs subscribers are installing in their homes, service providers are finding a growing appetite for taking their home programming on the road when they travel. Research suggests subscribers will pay for this capability, so now it’s a matter of technology implementation (and rights management).
Want to know what else Jessica Capshaw from Grey’s Anatomy has starred in? Or where you can buy the sneakers LeBron James wore this season? Or where to find the recipe from Bobby Flay’s last show? These are just the tip of the iceberg with Automated Content Recognition Technology, connecting the main screen with a second or third screen and additional content and resources.
Imagine taking social TV to a new level. Instead of calling your friends to discuss a football game or other programming, why not Skype video them and have a video conversation on TV while continuing to watch.