Monday, 25 Apr 2011
LG has set to launch its Smart TV and CINEMA 3D Smart TV, together with other new home entertainment appliances next month.
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011
Lenovo is rumored to enter the Connected TV market based on reports of their ongoing talks with OEM and component manufacturers.
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011
Dipping profits compel Philips Electronics to relinquish its TV division to China-based TPV Technology. Philips will own 30 percent of the new venture, while TPV will secure the rest.
Tuesday, 5 Apr 2011
According to Displaybank, Samsung was the leading HDTV brand for CCFL and LED backlit LCD TVs shipped globally in February 2011.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2011
Panasonic and XPAND 3D have announced a new standard for 3D active-shutter glasses, aimed at creating a standard for use across 3D-capable TVs, projectors, and computers.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2011
China has superseded North America in terms of global LCD TV sales according to Displaybank, a Korean market research and consulting firm.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
In step with LG's recent 3D evolution, Philips has released two new 3D TV series sporting passive technology - the cinematic 21:9 aspect 50-inch PFL7956 & 16:9 PFL7606. Engineered with Philips' â€œEasy 3Dâ€ technology, the new passive 3D televisions utilize polarized glasses instead of active ones, with the former being typically cheaper, lighter and more comfortable to wear than their active-shutter counterparts.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Dubbed as TwinView, Samsung will continue to push their streaming technology onto their upcoming D8000 and D7000 LED TVs. This feature enables the TV to stream video content onto a compatible tablet or smartphone device.
Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011
At the Sony: Inspiring Innovation launch, Sony unveiled its latest products with future-focused technologies. Ranging from full high-definition, 3D-capable BRAVIA LCD televisions to Cyber-shot cameras, Handycam camcorders, and VAIO personal computers, Sony's expanded lineup is designed to inspire.
Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011
Panasonic introduces the Viera R3 Series in Japan, which includes a 37-inch Full-HD and 32-inch HD-Ready models fitted with an IPSÎ± panel and a whopping 1TB HDD for TV recording. The other model in tow is the VIERA S TH-P42S3, an entry-level 42-inch Full-HD PDP with 3D and USB HDD recording support.