CES 2016 showed more ‘me-too’ evolution rather than real revolution, writes Rob Gallagher of Ovum.
2015 was a watershed year in Malaysia for venture funding and recognition as an emerging startup hub, and there is that matter of Netflix launching soon in SEA, writes Karamjit Singh.
Netflix said it is be rolling out its VOD service in 130 new countries, but SEA regional players were unfazed.
The TV business is changing and Astro has upped its game by coming up with Astro OD Entertainment, providing Malaysians with a new way of consuming its content – as long as their Personal Video Recorders are connected to a WiFi network.
High piracy rates in Singapore may hamper Netflix's market entry Pricing will likely be adjusted and new payment modes made available
The Ericsson ConsumerLab TV & Media Report 2015 shows consumers embracing video-on-demand (VOD) services like never before, with every third viewing hour now spent watching on-demand TV and video.
Want to watch Netflix and Hulu without the hassle? ViewQwest hopes to make it much simpler with its 4K-ready media streaming box and VPN service bundle, and the company is even making it available worldwide. Keith Liu sits down with ViewQwest CEO Vignesa Moorthy to discuss the company's latest plans.
While technology continues to develop, the ability of people and organisations to fully adopt new technologies have not kept pace – but this gap is an opportunity, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
Singapore’s regulators need to look at the impact of digital content and what it means for television in the country, especially with regards to domestic players, according to Keith Budge, Ooyala Inc vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan.
The Philippines is shaping out to be South-East Asia’s video-on-demand (VOD) battleground with the Catcha Group subsidiary iflix securing US$30 million, in an investment round led by Catcha itself and the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT).