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Samsung HDTV Widgets

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Thursday 14th, January 2010
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

CES 2010 - Samsung and Yahoo! announced a new Internet-based service to Samsung HD televisions available in the spring of 2009. Select models in Samsung's HDTV line-up will be powered by the Yahoo! Widget Engine, a fifth-generation applications platform that enables HDTV watchers to interact with and enjoy a rich set of "TV Widgets." TV Widgets make it easy to interact with Internet content and services to complement and enhance the traditional TV viewing experience. The Javascript and XML applications bring content features available on the Internet within easy reach of the remote control.

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Samsung HDTV

New High Definition televisions, 3D projectors, 4K capture devices and other innovative video products are showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, in Las Vegas. Major manufacturers will give an exclusive preview of their upcoming product line for this season and even for the second season for this year. Television sets become the central for today’s house hold. Consumers will have the possibility to enjoy their home made entertainment, 3D video content or 3D photography, Internet or their Social Media activities. Televisions sets, whether Plasma, Full LED or other technique create a unique experience for young and old. Attendees of this year’s CES 2012 show in Las Vegas will be the first experience the richness of the multimedia industry.