"Asia" articles

Television services in Latin America will grow by double digits over the next five years, outpacing service growth in Asia and other emerging markets. The report Television Services: Global Outlook (2nd Edition) reveals the Latin American region will achieve a cumulative annual growth rate of 10% through 2014, compared to less than two percent in Western Europe and North America. Already major players are seeing better-than-expected results. DirecTV recently tripled its...
 
by Brett Sappington | Sep. 14, 2010
Tags: Asia, Europe, Latin America, pay TV
Sonic Solutions’ Roxio CinemaNow announced today a partnership with Japan’s Fujisoft Inc. to deliver Hollywood movies through the Wii in the Japanese market. Instant-streaming downloads will be available through Fujisoft’s video-on-demand service "Minna no Theater Wii" (Everyone's Theater Wii), which debuted earlier this year in Japan. Sonic has signed Paramount Pictures as the first major studio to sell new release and catalog downloads through the service.
 
by | Jun. 25, 2009
Tags: Asia, streaming
I still haven't got hold of ChinaQ. Tried to call a couple of times but no one's picking up. Therefore, I'm still not 100% sure about what's the level of support from China Telecom. I doubt it's a strategic investment from the corporate level. I've also downloaded the client and visited the world. When I was there, it was totally dark (presumably night in China) and the world feels very much like Second Life in terms of aesthetics, features and functions. I had a conversation with...
 
by Parks Associates | Sep. 29, 2008
Tags: Asia, mobile, operator
According to 17173, a Chinese technology news website, and several other Chinese websites, Hurricane Ike just landed on China's 3D virtual world market. China Telecom, the largest telecom operator in China, with more than 40 millon broadband subscribers and more than 210 million local access lines, announced that it will collaborate with Shenzhou Hengji (a fully-owned subsidiary of Enreach Technology) and build a 3D virtual world called ChinaQ. This is significant news, especially since...
 
by Parks Associates | Sep. 16, 2008
Tags: 3D, Asia, digital media

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