Vol 24 - Issue 26


Adobe Pushes its “Digital Experience Management”

by Bob Raikes

Tobias Reiss of Adobe explained that the firm does not only make tools for content creation but also has ‘digital experience management’ software. Challenges with digital signage can mean different agencies creating content for …

Tags:Adobe| Digital Signage| DSS Europe 2017| Large Display Monitor| Software| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Google Explains Chrome and Toyota Project

by Bob Raikes

Mark Grady is from Google, where he is head of Android and Chrome Enterprise Channel in EMEA and Valon Rexhepi who is from Fourcast a developer of systems using Chrome who talked about the …

Tags:Automotive| Chrome| Digital Signage| DSS Europe 2017| Google| Large Display Monitor| Retail| Vol 24 - Issue 26

JPW: VR Arcades Will Support Industry Growth

by Andrew Fenn

Taiwan-based virtual reality supplier JPW is planning to open 15 VR arcade stores by the end of the year, according to Digitimes. JPW’s CEO and founder, Jack Tong, believes the presence of virtual reality …

Tags:AR/VR| Game Playing| Mobile Display Monitor| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Rotberg Explains Smart Cities at DSS Europe 2017

by Bob Raikes

We went along to the DSS Europe in Munich this year to appear in a panel session. Because of other commitments, we were only able to attend on one day. The event included a …

Tags:Automotive| Digital Signage| DSS Europe 2017| Large Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Cryptocurrency Mining Blamed for Graphics Card Stock Issues

by Andrew Fenn

PC hardware supplier MindFactory has attributed a shortage of graphics cards in Germany to the growing trend of cryptocurrency mining, according to a report on tech news site, Tom’s Hardware. It has been widely …

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Vizio Takes Legal Action Against LeEco

by Andrew Fenn

Vizio has filed a lawsuit claiming $75 million in damages following the withdrawal of LeEco from a planned acquisition of the TV brand. Vizio said that LeEco has only paid $40 million from $100 …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LeEco (formerly LeTV)| Litigation| Vizio| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Aston Martin Valkyrie to Use OLED

by Bob Raikes

The Aston Martin Valkyrie is reported to be designed to use OLED displays. The car was designed by F1 designer, Adrian Newey, and is being made in a limited edition, using downforce technology that …

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Bobbles Uses Two New Humax Receivers For Expat Viewers

by Bob Raikes

Bobbles Media GmbH announced the availability of two new Humax receivers for bobbles.tv subscribers – the B1 HEVC compliant digital set-top box for satellite reception and H3 OTT media player for OTT online viewing. …

Tags:Europe| Large Display Monitor| OTT Video| Satellite| STBs| Vol 24 - Issue 26

Dell Convertible Supports Wireless Docking

by Bob Raikes

Dell said that its shipments of 2-in-1 convertible PCs grew 48% in Q1 2017, against market growth of 46% according to IDC data quoted by the firm. Dell added two new products, the Latitude …

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JPR: eSports Boosting PC Gaming Hardware Sales

by Andrew Fenn

According to Globe Newswire, tech management consultants, Jon Peddie Research have attributed an increase in the sales of PC gaming hardware to the rise of eSports, which is now recognised and regulated as a …

Tags:eSports| Game Playing| Jon Peddie Research (JPR)| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 26

ViewSonic Adds to Infrared LFD Range

by Bob Raikes

We reported on a new ViewSonic 75″ interactive display at Infocomm (ViewSonic Gets in the Orlando Spirit) and now the company has added two new infrared touch-enabled UltraHD monitors with 65″ and 75″. 20 …

Tags:Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| ViewSonic| Vol 24 - Issue 26


Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue to Reach $400 Billion This Year

by Alan Spencer

According to Gartner, worldwide semiconductor revenue is forecast to total $401.4 billion for this year, which is an increase of 16.8% compared to 2016. If this figure is achieved, this will be the first-time …

Tags:Gartner| Intel| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Samsung| Semiconductor Market| Vol 24 - Issue 26