ExplainedYouView is coming, with the service bringing subscription-free on-demand and catch-up television to UK living rooms through your broadband connection.
The BBC has started integrating non BBC channels into iPlayer, hoping that consumers will use the site as a landing page for other on-demand services.
ExclusiveWith a reputation for high-quality set-top boxes and digital TV recorders in the UK, Humax is moving into the connected-TV space in 2011 with the launch of its Humax Portal and a YouView device.
ExclusiveYouView's user interface will play a vital role in its eventual success or failure, according to CEO Richard Halton, with the way in which people find their programmes on the platform likely to evolve over time.
ExclusiveRichard Halton has spoken of his 'great excitement' about Project Canvas' rebranding as YouView, telling TechRadar he was delighted to get on with the task of telling the public about the service.
Project Canvas has been today revealed as YouView - the brand that will bring a new free-to-air internet-connected TV service to UK homes next year.
D-Link has announced UK specific details of its Boxee Box, the set-top gizmo which brings web content to your TV.
ExclusiveSony believes that the regulation of products by television platforms needs to be eased back, in order for consumers to understand why it's worth paying for premium products.
Virgin Media believes that the return of Five to the Project Canvas fold represents an even greater threat to the television status quo, and has renewed calls for an independent investigation into the IPTV collaboration.