1. Updated: JAPAN: Sony confirms plans to boost LCD joint venture with Sharp are on hold

    Updated: JAPAN: Sony confirms plans to boost LCD joint venture with Sharp are on hold

    Panel oversupply and cheaper overseas options, helped by strength of the Yen, means plans to increase investment in Sharp's Sakai LCD plant are halted

    Wed, 27 Apr 2011, 07:00am
  2. Philips clarifies the future of its TV division: "it's business as usual"

    Philips clarifies the future of its TV division: "it's business as usual"

    Philips will continue to develop its TV range – with the same global team of engineers – after it enters into a joint venture agreement with a Chinese manufacturer in 2012

    Thu, 21 Apr 2011, 02:37pm
  3. JAPAN: Sharp refocuses two LCD TV panel plants to make smaller displays for tablets and smartphones

    JAPAN: Sharp refocuses two LCD TV panel plants to make smaller displays for tablets and smartphones

    Faced with oversupply in the LCD TV panel market and unfavourable Yen rates, company decides there's more money to be made in smaller, smarter screens

    Wed, 20 Apr 2011, 11:15pm
  4. KOREA: 3D technology war is on, will have a winner 'by the end of the year'

    KOREA: 3D technology war is on, will have a winner 'by the end of the year'

    LG Display boss comes out fighting on its TV tech rivalry with Samsung, predicts 3D TVs will replace 2D within two years

    Wed, 20 Apr 2011, 10:15am
  5. John Lewis to start selling Loewe TVs, speakers and Blu-ray systems

    John Lewis to start selling Loewe TVs, speakers and Blu-ray systems

    Initially four John Lewis stores will stock the Loewe range, while Loewe will also add four more of its own Galerie outlets

    Tue, 19 Apr 2011, 03:10pm
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  7. Bang & Olufsen unveils its first Full HD 3D TV

    Bang & Olufsen unveils its first Full HD 3D TV

    Luxury 85in 3D plasma screen uses active-shutter technology and delivers "3D sound"

    Tue, 19 Apr 2011, 02:53pm
  8. London Olympics will boost 3D TV sales, claims LG

    London Olympics will boost 3D TV sales, claims LG

    Major sporting events in 2012 are expected to encourage more people to buy 3D televisions, according to LG's research

    Tue, 19 Apr 2011, 09:19am
  9. KOREA: LG Display chalks up a first-quarter loss, but expects improving market to bring profits back

    KOREA: LG Display chalks up a first-quarter loss, but expects improving market to bring profits back

    £64m loss huge drop on this time last year, but company expects LCD market will bounce back, confirms talks with Sony to supply 3D technology

    Mon, 18 Apr 2011, 03:51pm
  10. Philips and TP Vision agree joint venture for TV division

    Philips and TP Vision agree joint venture for TV division

    TV division, a major cause of falling profits, is 'separated' – company keeps just 30% interest, focuses consumer division's attention on health and well-being products

    Mon, 18 Apr 2011, 08:41am
  11. Government to introduce new energy labels for TVs from June 20

    Government to introduce new energy labels for TVs from June 20

    New energy labelling scheme is designed to help consumers save on electricity bills when choosing a TV

    Thu, 14 Apr 2011, 04:47pm

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