CES 2012: The Smart TV Digest – the second installment

It’s here! Our second installment of the Smart TV Digest bringing you the latest announcements and products from CES 2012.

CES 2012: The Smart TV Digest

LG Cinema Screen 3D TV packs 1mm bezel and dual-view for gaming [SlashGear]

CES 2012: Focus on the User Experience [Streaming Media]

Lenovo unveils smart TV running Android 4.0 [Telecoms Paper]

Samsung InTouch Transforms Your Decrepit HDTV into a Smart TV [Chip Chick]

Always Innovating’s HDMI dongle turns any HDTV into a “Smart” TV [Gizmag]

Canonical unveils Ubuntu TV at CES [The H]

Samsung Launches New Smart TV Ad Platform, Samsung AdHub [TechCrunch]

Cloud gaming service Gaikai strikes major Smart TV integration deal [Gamasutra]

Qualcomm targets TVs, PCs in bid to expand beyond phones [FierceWireless]

MySpace social TV with Panasonic [Advanced Television]

Samsung Announces Set-Top “Boxless” Viewing in All 2012 Smart TVs [Sun Herald]

Toshiba Announces Its Most Advanced 3D Smart TV Series For 2012 [EON]

Broadcom, Hisense team up to launch Wi-Fi Smart TV [Telecom Paper]

About Navin Natoewal, General Manager Philips uWand

Navin Natoewal is General Manager of the Philips uWand team. uWand is a direct pointing and gesture control technology for remote controls. uWand offers fluent 3D gesture control and direct pointing capabilities with the same intuitiveness as a multi-touch screen. uWand, a result of 80 man-years of research and development, can be implemented in remote controls and interact with multiple electronic devices such as PCs, TVs, set-top boxes, DVD players and game consoles. Users control the devices simply by pointing in the appropriate direction or making specific movements in all three dimensions. For more information please visit http://www.uwand.com
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