Singapore scientists unveil multiscreen, social TV viewing experience

Singapore scientists unveil multiscreen, social TV viewing experience

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Cloud-based platform dubbed "Social Cloud TV" lets users resume watching content on the go and share it with friends. When you leave the house, you can "pull" content from your TV to your tablet or smartphone. [Read more]...
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