Antel, Samsung to offer box-free IPTV in Uruguay; KPN IPTV moves to smartphones

More IPTV news from across the Web:

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> TV-set maker Samsung Electronics and state-owned Uruguayan communications company Antel will use Samsung smart TVs to deliver IPTV without the need for a set-top box. Article

> KPN is putting its IPTV service on smartphones, starting with iPhones right now and Android phones in August. Article

> By September, Belarus' state-owned national PTO Beltelecom expects it will have 600,000 IPTV subscribers as part of an audience of two million Internet customers. Article

> Albis Technologies will show off its "comprehensive range of HD IPTV set-top boxes," including one that supports OpenGL-based user interfaces, at IBC. Release.

> Brazil's Orange Technologia is expecting to roll in the greenbacks after launching the IPTV Orange platform. Article

And finally … TalkTalk has confirmedconfirmed that it's launching Free TV for its TalkTalk Plus customers. Article

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