1. Bang & Olufsen adds 55in 3D TV to its range

    Bang & Olufsen adds 55in 3D TV to its range

    New BeoVision 7-55 model comes complete with built-in 3D Blu-ray player, is the company's new flagship LCD model

    Wed, 24 Aug 2011, 02:36pm
  2. HDanywhere offers multiroom TV around the house

    HDanywhere offers multiroom TV around the house

    New Cat5/6 package can deliver TV to four zones, with full 3D support, for under £500

    Wed, 24 Aug 2011, 10:35am
  3. JAPAN: Yen's continued strength causes manufacturers to rethink production

    JAPAN: Yen's continued strength causes manufacturers to rethink production

    Many considering shift overseas, as currency keeps gaining against the dollar, while Korean companies gain prominence on Japanese shop shelves

    Tue, 23 Aug 2011, 11:42am
  4. TV viewing hits a new high, reports Thinkbox

    TV viewing hits a new high, reports Thinkbox

    UK TV viewers now watch an average of four hours and three minutes of telly a day

    Mon, 15 Aug 2011, 12:05pm
  5. KOREA: Samsung and LG dominating world LCD TV panel market

    KOREA: Samsung and LG dominating world LCD TV panel market

    Second-quarter figures also show Samsung's strength in the semiconductor business, where it holds over 40% market share, and that the Korean companies are closing in on mobile phone leader Nokia

    Fri, 12 Aug 2011, 12:05pm
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  7. JAPAN: budget 32in 3D TV hits shops tomorrow

    JAPAN: budget 32in 3D TV hits shops tomorrow

    Made-in-China model from retailer Aeon will sell for £475 – about half the price of current sets

    Thu, 11 Aug 2011, 05:06pm
  8. Panasonic, Sony and Samsung join forces to develop universal active-shutter 3D glasses

    Panasonic, Sony and Samsung join forces to develop universal active-shutter 3D glasses

    Interchangeable IR/RF active-shutter 3D glasses should be on sale in 2012, backwards compatible with 2011 3D TVs

    Mon, 08 Aug 2011, 03:37pm
  9. UPDATED: JAPAN: Pressure grows on Sony to rethink its TV strategy as losses keep on mounting

    UPDATED: JAPAN: Pressure grows on Sony to rethink its TV strategy as losses keep on mounting

    Company planning to overhaul TV business as 3D and internet connectivity struggle to win over consumers

    Fri, 05 Aug 2011, 08:05am
  10. JAPAN: Hitachi latest to pull out of TV manufacturing as new technologies fail to Wooo customers

    JAPAN: Hitachi latest to pull out of TV manufacturing as new technologies fail to Wooo customers

    Company follows Japanese industry trend of outsourcing production overseas, after 55 years of in-house manufacture

    Thu, 04 Aug 2011, 09:09am
  11. Digital TV switchover begins in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Digital TV switchover begins in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Analogue transmissions are being turned off from today, with switchover due to be complete by August 17th

    Wed, 03 Aug 2011, 12:13pm

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