The digital home is an evolution of the idea that PCs, consumer electronics and mobile devices should work together seamlessly through a wired or wireless network to share digital content within a home environment. Digital living extends that idea to include sharing content on the go as well.
Chief among the handful of dazzling revelations at this year's CES have been the scores of devices that can be interconnected seamlessly, finally delivering on (DLNA: The Secret Sauce Behind the Best of CES http://goo.gl/fb/0eHMb)
The theme for 2011's HDTVs is clear--subtle, but substantial improvements over last year's sets. (HDTVs at CES: Small Steps In The Big Picture: Internet-connected TV features really came into their own... http://bit.ly/gIHF5f ivtv.pro)
LG launches first DLNA devices. Visit MobileToday for up-to-the-minute news, breaking news, features and interviews about the UK mobile phone industry. Mobiletoday is the online presence of Mobile magazine, giving you the inside track on the people, deals and issues in the mobile phone industry. (LG launches first DLNA devices http://bit.ly/ePHMjX)
Now you can send media to your friends, a PC or printer even when there is no access point Wi-Fi throughout. And it gets even better, you will be able to (New post: LG to Introduce DLNA Enabled Wi-Fi Direct to its New SmartPhones - CES 2011 http://bit.ly/hsvS5S)
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, numerous companies are showing off the newest technologies that merge television sets with the power of the Internet. (RT @nytimesvideo: C.E.S. 2011: Merging the Internet and TV http://nyti.ms/fp4rLo)
Nobody likes cable TV, although we all pay exorbitant sums for it to be piped into our homes. That is why the idea of being able to cut that cord (and related bill) and replace it with a variety of streaming video services from the Internet is so appealing. So far, however, you can't quite yet replace what you watch on cable with Internet TV. But that day will one day come, and the gateway drug to cord cutting and embracing Internet TV is Netflix streaming.
In a presentation put together by J.P. Morgan's Internet analyst Imran Khan (which also goes into ecommerce and ebook trends) is the slide above, which shows the results of a consumer survey titled
TV manufacturers are betting big on Internet TV features in 2011. Check out the cutting-edge Internet options for this year in HDTVs. ("Smart TVs" Add The Best Of The Internet To Your TV - PCWorld: http://bit.ly/hTx4iG via @addthis)
Yahoo!® Demonstrates the Future of Television With Leading TV Networks and Advertisers at CES / Yahoo (RT @YahooUK_ Yahoo! Connected TV unveils 'broadcast interactivity' - your internet-enabled TV allowing you to do more: http://bit.ly/i1bTQL)
From WebTV to the Sega Channel, tech history is littered with loads of Internet TV features that simply didn't make it. Now, however, high-speed broadband connections are widely available and TVs are powerful enough to take advantage of the Internet's seemingly unlimited flow of movies, music, and more. Read on to see which TVs have your killer apps. ("Smart TVs" Add The Best Of The Internet To Your TV (PC World) http://tinyurl.com/36gcq7p)
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Polls, public opinion research, national surveys on public attitudes toward press, politics, public policy issues; funded by Pew Charitable Trusts. Pew Research Center tracks trends in values, political and social attitudes. (A Pew Research Center study shows that among 18 to 28 year olds the Internet has surpassed TV as a news source. http://ow.ly/3yr05)