1. BBC may consider video-on-demand for 3D programmes

    BBC may consider video-on-demand for 3D programmes

    High-definition TV will take precedence over 3D for the time being, says the Corporation's head of HD and 3D

    Wed, 18 May 2011, 04:53pm
  2. Google TV gets new Honeycomb interface

    Google TV gets new Honeycomb interface

    Latest version of Google's Honeycomb interface, Android 3.1, will arrive on Google TV this summer

    Thu, 12 May 2011, 11:40am
  3. Plans for a new national TV network could be delayed – or scrapped

    Plans for a new national TV network could be delayed – or scrapped

    Difficulties in forcing Freeview, Sky and Virgin to use channel 106 for national TV network lead to a rethink

    Tue, 10 May 2011, 11:12am
  4. Loewe opts for active-shutter for its first 3D TVs

    Loewe opts for active-shutter for its first 3D TVs

    The Individual Compose range will feature 40, 46 and 55in screens

    Wed, 04 May 2011, 02:24pm
  5. US NEWS: TV ownership drops for first time in 20 years, as DVD sales fall 20%

    US NEWS: TV ownership drops for first time in 20 years, as DVD sales fall 20%

    DVD and Blu-ray sales have plummeted, as the number of US households with a TV fell for the first time in two decades

    Tue, 03 May 2011, 04:57pm
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  7. Growth in flatscreen sales expected to slow as prices stabilise and market penetration increases

    Growth in flatscreen sales expected to slow as prices stabilise and market penetration increases

    Sales of flat TVs mainly driven by replacement of CRTs, but some developed markets now have 50-60% uptake; emerging markets catching up fast

    Tue, 03 May 2011, 11:06am
  8. KOREA: LG up on strong 3D TV interest, Samsung blames lower profits on sluggish LCD sales

    KOREA: LG up on strong 3D TV interest, Samsung blames lower profits on sluggish LCD sales

    Mixed fortunes for Korea's top two consumer electronics companies

    Tue, 03 May 2011, 10:22am
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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

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