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MEO, a TV, phone and broadband provider, has launched a Twitter app for its TV service. By pressing an existing button on their remote, viewers can tweet about their favourite shows as they watch them.
Why it matters
Adding Twitter, Facebook and other online functionality to a TV service might be able to attract a group of viewers who have abandoned their television for online streaming platforms.
How can TV networks make the most of TV apps to make some of its audience reconsider their proposition and avoid third party platforms?
Hitachi has developed a gesture-controlled TV that removes the need for a remote control, allowing watchers to operate the TV simply by waving their hands. The embedded camera sensor recognises hand motions, allowing you to turn it on and off, change channels and control the volume simply by waving horizontally or vertically.
Meet the MonstAir Hockey game for iPhone. It’s actually a simple air hockey game. The twist is that to play, you'll need to pair two phones side by side as the game spans across the two screens.