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insideCES: New Devices, New Platforms, Less Fragmentation?

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Apple iWatch, Oculus Rift, Microsoft Surface Mini—the list of rumored (and confirmed) device releases for 2015 is long and diverse.

And with every new device, the list of screen sizes and streaming formats keeps growing.

At the same time, new versions of iOS, Android, and Windows promise to bridge the divide between devices by working seamlessly across platforms. The goal: to unify the user experience and make their ecosystems more attractive to users.

Day 1 at CES delivered new insights into what to expect from this increasingly complex world of mobile viewing—and how consumers will demand high-quality viewing experiences across devices.

Watch this short video for exclusive show floor coverage and learn more about the trends impacting video streaming in 2015:

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