1. Freeview HD TV/set-top box sales top three million

    Freeview HD TV/set-top box sales top three million

    Since its launch in March 2010, Freeview HD has been installed in 1.75 million UK households

    Mon, 31 Oct 2011, 11:00am
  2. JAPAN: Panasonic announces third-quarter loss, confirms two TV panel factories to stop production

    JAPAN: Panasonic announces third-quarter loss, confirms two TV panel factories to stop production

    Increased restructuring costs could lead to £3.5bn loss in current financial year, as plasma and LCD factories set to halt

    Mon, 31 Oct 2011, 10:24am
  3. JAPAN/KOREA: Sony to quit LCD panel joint venture with Samsung

    JAPAN/KOREA: Sony to quit LCD panel joint venture with Samsung

    S-LCD set to come to an end, as Sony negotiates Samsung buy-out of operation

    Mon, 31 Oct 2011, 09:43am
  4. Siri set to power Apple TV?

    Siri set to power Apple TV?

    Apparently Siri, the voice command system on the iPhone 4S, will be used to control Apple's first TV set, due in 2013

    Fri, 28 Oct 2011, 12:21pm
  5. JAPAN: Panasonic to concentrate on 50in+ LCD TV displays and panels for smartphones, tablets

    JAPAN: Panasonic to concentrate on 50in+ LCD TV displays and panels for smartphones, tablets

    Japanese press reports say production set to stop at three plants, and 1000 jobs to be lost; half of capacity at leading LCD factory to be turned over to smartphone and tablet panels

    Thu, 27 Oct 2011, 09:59am
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  7. BSkyB profits rise 32%, Sky+ HD subscribers up 771,000

    BSkyB profits rise 32%, Sky+ HD subscribers up 771,000

    Sky's latest results show impressive year-on-year growth, as company turns focus on growing product rather than customer numbers

    Wed, 19 Oct 2011, 11:47am
  8. Samsung hits 10 million Smart TV app downloads

    Samsung hits 10 million Smart TV app downloads

    On average 50,000 apps are downloaded every day, with YouTube the most popular app worldwide

    Tue, 18 Oct 2011, 11:32am
  9. Timeshifted viewing now accounts for record 10% of UK TV viewing

    Timeshifted viewing now accounts for record 10% of UK TV viewing

    Figures also show that nearly half of all timeshift viewing takes place on the same day as original broadcast

    Mon, 17 Oct 2011, 06:30pm
  10. Philips considers 'alternative options' for its TV unit as it cuts 4500 jobs

    Philips considers 'alternative options' for its TV unit as it cuts 4500 jobs

    Dutch giant considers other options for its TV division as negotiations with Chinese partner TPV drag on

    Mon, 17 Oct 2011, 10:23am
  11. Analogue TV signals will cease in October 2012

    Analogue TV signals will cease in October 2012

    Northern Ireland will be the last place to have analogue TV signals switched off as digital switchover is completed

    Fri, 14 Oct 2011, 11:23am

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