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Traclist | Online Retailer

From Smart Monkey TV: Emotu Balogun, founder Traclist on: what Traclist does; how many items are for sale on the platform; different methods of delivery and payment available; the number of customers and who they are; why it's different to platforms like Konga; the percentage it takes on orders; and the advantages for the customer.

Dealhacker: Get A Soniq 55-Inch Smart LED TV For $699

Just when we thought HD TVs couldn’t get any cheaper, Soniq has slashed the price of its 55” Smart LED TV to just $699. The model runs on Android’s Smart TV Cinavision platform and comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi, three USB ports and a native resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Not too shabby! More »      

A failed experiment: How LG screwed up its webOS acquisition

4 days agoWeb / Web Videos : NewTeeVee

webOS was supposed to become LG's way forward in the smart TV space, and the team behind it was to bring change to the company. But internally, almost everything went wrong. A failed experiment: How LG screwed up its webOS acquisition originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Spotify Connect's seamless streaming arrives on smart TVs

In order to properly celebrate the first year of Spotify Connect, the streaming outfit is rolling it out to a new set of devices. The feature already played nice with a smattering of wares, and now, you'll be able to leverage the seamless listening...

Spotify launches smart TV integration, signs deals with Phillips, Bose, and Panasonic

Spotify today announced the launch of the first “Spotify-enabled” smart TV in an exclusive deal which will see the music streaming service integrated directly into Phillips TVs. In addition, Spotify revealed that it has struck deals with Bose, Panasonic, and Gramofon to expand its  “Spotify Connect” home audio offering. Show More Summary

?Monday Night TV Is Given Over Wholly to Celebrations, Accomplishments

Tonight nobody at any network really cares what is on, because they are all going to be giving each other handjobs for the 66th Annual time in a row, so they haven't really counterprogrammed much, which is smart because it's a self-fulfilling...Show More Summary

Forget Keys: 5 Smart Locks You Can Unlock With Your Phone

When you’re creating a smart home, you’ll spend most of your time thinking about things that are within the walls of your house, like smart lamps and smart TVs. But there are some really cool things you can do when you’re outside, too!...Show More Summary

'Opening Bell's' host Maria Bartiromo is just trying 'to keep it real'

After a couple of decades at CNBC, where her financial smarts and good looks earned her the nickname of "Money Honey," Maria Bartiromo, the first TV journalist to report from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, made the leap this...Show More Summary

Do We Really Need The Devil’s Advocate on TV?

Back in 1997, The Devil’s Advocate made waves by being really smart, cutting edge and sexy and it really helped to propel Charlize Theron‘s career. Starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves, viewers from several age groups were drawn to the film … More » The post Do We Really Need The Devil’s Advocate on TV? appeared first on EveryJoe.

Ouya is reportedly bringing its games platform to Xiaomi’s smart TVs and set-top boxes

Xiaomi may be China’s top smartphone vendor based on the last quarter, but it also offers smart TVs and set-top boxes. Those latter products have caught the interest of US games company Ouya, which is planning to bring its games platform to them, Reuters reports. Show More Summary

Ouya turns to Xiaomi for expansion into Asia

Ouya may be taking its games to China if a deal with Xiaomi could be made. The two companies are said to be in talks ironing out the details where Xiaomi would make Ouya's gaming service available on its set-top boxes and smart TVs.

Roku launches affordable and functional smart TV range

If you’re a fan of top media streaming services like Netflix and Hulu Plus, then you’re also likely aware of Roku, a company that specializes in low-cost streaming boxes that let you throw that content up onto the big screen. The company...Show More Summary

Sky introduces new ‘recommendation engine’, Smart Series Link and more for Sky+HD TV customers

Sky has announced a wealth of new features rolling out to its Sky+ HD customers in the UK from today, many of which promise to make it easier to find new shows to watch, as well as easier to navigate the programme guide. Announced today,...Show More Summary

Samsung TVs Get Skype and Need for Speed

Video games and videoconferencing are old hat for game consoles and mobile devices, so it's not surprising that smart TV manufacturers want to get in on the action. Samsung has announced that Skype and a handful of games, including an entry from the lauded Need for Speed franchise, will make their way to Samsung smart TVs at next month's IFA conference in Berlin.

Smart TVs And Streaming Devices Are Conquering The Living Room — And Completely Changing How We Watch TV

Smart TVs are about to reach a tipping point next year, when they will overtake shipments of traditional TVs in the global market. In the U.S., connected TVs — including smart TVs and streaming devices — will be in 43% of households by 2016. Show More Summary

Samsung TVs Get Skype and Need for Speed

Samsung has announced that Skype and a handful of games are making their way to the company's smart TVs.

Turn your TV into a Smart TV with the MK903V TV dongle

last weekTechnology : Walyou

Meet the MK903V, an alternative to TV boxes that rocks incredible power in such a small size that it could …

Samsung to let you play games and Skype on its latest Smart TVs

Samsung has announced that it will be showing off new content for its Smart TVs at the IFA show in Berlin next month. The company will be debuting a number of game titles as well as Skype video chat with HD support and group chat. How...Show More Summary

New Uber SVP David Plouffe and Uber CEO Join Bloomberg TV’s ‘Street Smart

Shortly after today’s announcement that David Plouffe, the former campaign manager of President Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential bid, would join Uber next month as SVP of policy and strategy, Plouffe and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick were...Show More Summary

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