TV manufacturers whipped out the big guns for CES. Hulu now has 1.5 million paying subscribers. Roku hits the U.K. All that and more in your weekly rewind.
In case you were under a rock this past week, the Consumer Electronics Show took place this week. Some of the biggest launches revolved around smart TVs.
On that note, GigaOM ponders: Where were all the Google TVs at CES? It appears the hype about Google TV was nothing more than bullish claims, the blog writes.
Social TV poster boy GetGlue banked $12 million in funding from investors. That's a lot of pocket change.
Hulu's year-end numbers are in, and they say the company had $420 million in revenue, with more than 1.5 million Hulu Plus subscribers in 2011.
Nielsen's latest found people spend much more time watching Netflix over free websites.
More people are using their tablets for work, a survey from NPD found.
Soon the cord-cutting phenomenon will sleep Europe, now that Roku players have started selling in the U.S.
People are too focused on Google and Apple TV. Don't forget about Linux: Ubuntu TV.
When it comes to battle of the sexes, women dominant connected TV use, downloading more media and sharing more content than men, a new survey found.
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