London’s Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications is demonstrating gesture-controlled 3DTV at CeBIT next month in Hanover, Germany, EE Times Europereports. The technology, iPoint, integrates with displays without the need for glasses or data gloves.
Hearst-Argyle (NYSE: HTV) expands its use of a user-survey technology from iPerceptions to drill down into its TV station Web site traffic.
WDAF-TV, the Fox affiliate in Kansas City, Mo., Twittersnews updates.
Panasonic reportedly plans to invest $300 million on new factories in India over the next three years. Panasonic recently announced its plan to cut 15,000 jobs through 2010 and shut down 27 factories to stem recession-induced losses.
Suddenlink, the St. Louis-based cable operator, is investing $13 million to add capacity to its North Carolina systems.
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