No matter whether their TV sets are smart or dumb, more than half of US consumers will be regularly accessing the Internet through some kind of connected TV gadget by 2017, according to new research.
World Cup fever has gripped our office, and as I type this, a half-dozen of my coworkers are glued to all the action on our lounge’s big-screen TV, with open… [Read more on TechHive]
Twitter is set to come to the living room thanks to a new Xbox One App.
The Microsoft console will be able to show tweets at the bottom of the screen during shows.
It can even help people… [Read more on Daily Mail]
ABC has released a new trailer for “Rising Star”, an interactive singing competition in which the live viewing audience determines the fate of every contestant in real-time (unless you’re on the West Coast, where things get a little more complicated)… [Read more on Variety]
Grâce à l’analyse sémantique des programmes, l’application propose des informations complémentaires en direct. Nicolas Mercouroff, fondateur de Tivine Technologies apporte des précisions:
Quel est le service rendu par l’appli TiVipedia?
As the smartphone becomes the first screen, it’s bringing us closer together.
The history of the Internet is one of lonely people trying to find one another. Consider: CompuServe, AOL, MySpace, Google, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp. Ultimately, they’re all about communicating with others. We look into a glowing screen and see something human. But the best of these services let something human look back at us. And when technology just melts away, it almost feels like we’re not alone.
The Internet has gotten better and better at letting us talk to one another. I can pick up my phone, start a conversation with a friend in Europe and another in Asia, and watch as they both type replies. It’s as if I’m seeing their thoughts form. I can… [Read more on Wired]
Hier, deux grands rendez-vous télévisuels se déroulaient devant notre petit écran : l’Eurovision et la finale de The Voice. Alors que l’on attend maintenant plus le nombre de tweets générés pendant ces émissions plutôt que l’audience télévisuelle, force est de remarquer le changement de nos habitudes de téléspectateur. Un plus petit écran s’est maintenant installé entre nous et… [Lire la suite sur Siècle Digital]