CES 2012: The Smart TV Digest – third installment

The third edition of our Smart TV Digest features the latest announcements, products and analysis from CES. Don’t forget to check out our full coverage from Las Vegas

CES 2012: The Smart TV Digest – third installment

Vizio and Google Announces VAP430 Media Stream Player [Winarco]

Vivante GPU Powers Leading Smart TV Platforms [The Sacramento Bee]

Gameloft Unveils a Rich Catalog of Games for Lenovo K91 Smart TV at CES 2012 [PR Newswire]

OnLive reveals Google TV cloud-gaming app incoming [SlashGear]

Smart TVs Abound at CES, but Ecosystems Are Destined for War [Wired]

CES: Samsung Plugs Into Pay TV Services [Multichannel]

Screaming Velocity Demonstrates TV Recommendation Technology at CES 2012 [The Sacramento Bee]

Challenges Ahead Before 2012 Is The Year Of Connected TV [paidContent]

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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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