second screen

second screen

(1) A second monitor connected to a computer to expand the user's electronic desktop. See dual monitor.

(2) A mobile device used to enhance the control of a TV set. For example, a smartphone or tablet can be used to view the program guide while watching TV and also to schedule the DVR to record a show.
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(https://www.theverge.com/2019/8/6/20757037/lg-ifa-2019-second-screen-notification-screen-v50-thinq) The Verge noted that the teaser showed a device that features a "very similar concept" to the LG V50 ThinQ's second screen case accessory.
As part of the project, researchers studied an experience that has become increasingly common: More than half of television viewers aged 18 to 24 use a second screen web-connected device for engaging on social media to discuss what they are watching, according to previous research.
India, June 28 -- A little over a month ago, Asus announced two new ZenBook models, both of which feature a second screen. Called the ScreenPad Plus, the second screen is found on the top half of the keyboard island of the ZenBook Duo and ZenBook Pro Duo.
The iPad Pro can be used as a second screen for Macs in MacOS Catalina WITH the dawn of another June came another Apple World Wide Developers Conference.
The second screen is designed to resemble a cover case, giving users a second 6.2-inch OLED display, which LG sees being used for gaming and multitasking.
The LG V50 ThinQ 5G with a clip-on second screen presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The new Yoga Book has a second screen that's unique-it's an e-ink display like those on ebook readers.
Viant's study underscores how users' fragmented media consumption is disrupting how marketers approach traditional TV advertising, says eMarketer, which estimates that 185.8 million adults will regularly use a second screen while watching TV this year.
Fourteen states, including Utah, perform a routine second screen at approximately 2 weeks of age.
Second Screen is a display (e.g., smartphone, tablet, and smartwatch) designed to augment primary viewing by providing additional content.
The company plans to leverage its extensive experience in pioneering real-time interactive television games played on the mobile second screen, its foundational patents and unique business model.
14 January 2016 - US-based events marketing company Freeman, has Acquired Boise, Idaho, US-based Klowd.com, an audience engagement technology developer of event-focused second screen technology, the company said.