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LG Electronics has tied up with Dutch giant Philips and Japan’s Sharp to co-operate on the production of interoperable applications for internet-powered televisions. The glaring omission in this consortium are the two TV leaders, Sony and Samsung.
The three TV vendors will jointly create software development kits, which will be distributed to third-party developers to write TV applications, said LG.
It is the first such collaboration in the smart TV sector, LG said, adding the three would complete software development kits by the end of this year.
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