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Tried and Tested: LG's First FreeviewPlus TV Reviewed

FreeviewPlus has just launched in New Zealand and there are two ways to get it.  If you are on a budget you could buy a decoder for $159, but if you are after something a bit special, you could splash out on a hot new TV with the feature built in. 923 more words

Television Evolved - FreeviewPlus Launches Today #freeviewplusnz

New Zealand television viewers have a new way to discover and enjoy content with the launch of FreeviewPlus, a service that lets users flick between live TV and On Demand at the touch of a button. 710 more words

Auditing Samsung Smart-TV Apps

In a recent assignment, I was asked to do an IT security audit of a Samsung Smart-TV app. It took me some time to find the (for me) ideal solution to do the audit with my usual setup of tools. 773 more words


A Project Idea for the TV Hackday 2014

On the TV Hackday last year our team created an app called TV Emo Bashing for commenting live shows on TV using a second screen app on the mobile phone. 391 more words


HbbTV Connect - A first screen adaption of a second screen app

Around one month ago I posted a short message to the linkedin HbbTV group about our new product HbbTV Connect, which is an adaption of our second screen app ProSieben Connect to… 473 more words


Analytics and HbbTV Revisited

In the last blog-post on this blog,  I focussed on the use of Google analytics in HbbTV applications. After almost two months, the situation has changed quite a bit. 154 more words


HbbTV update on the use of Google Analytics

After yesterdays talk at 30C3, a very intersting question was asked by a person the audience. The question was, whether the stations that use… 247 more words