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Screenly 2 Player issues - Here's what happened
Screenly 2 Player issues - Here's what happened

Some Screenly 2 Player users experienced an issue. Here’s what happened. About a few weeks ago, we received reports from a few customers about a strange crash affecting some of their displays. We took these reports very serious and started...

Screenly March 2018 Update
Screenly March 2018 Update

Screenly 2 Player is here In case you missed it, we made a major announcement earlier this month when we released the brand new Screenly 2 Player. As mentioned in the announcement, this is something that we have been working...

Screenly 2 Player - Operating system and security
Screenly 2 Player - Operating system and security

(Warning: This is a highly technical article) In this new series of articles we will explore our brand new Screenly 2 Player in detail. This particular article will focus the operating system and security. These are two areas that are...

Screenly 2 takes SoC digital signage to new levels
Screenly 2 takes SoC digital signage to new levels

Full hardware accelerated playback for all supported asset types Gapless playback for images, videos, and web-pages Official support for NEC P- and V- series monitors through the built-in Raspberry Pi SoC Hardened security provided by Canonical through Ubuntu Core Screenly,...

Screenly OSE 0.13 (Paradise City) is out
Screenly OSE 0.13 (Paradise City) is out

We’re happy to announce the availability of the latest release of Screenly OSE, v0.13 (code name Paradise City). This release focused mostly on improving the network configuration experience. In the past, we have experimented with various ways of configuring both...

Building intelligent digital signage for retail
Building intelligent digital signage for retail

In a recent guest post over at Sixteen-Nine, we argued that Internet of Things (IoT) can significantly help improve digital signage. In this article we are going to get our hands dirty and actually implement an example of what we...