flat panel tv

flat panel tv

Sony announces massive 84" 4K flat panel TV set to ship this year

arstechnica.com
Sony announced on Wednesday that it has developed an 84" 4K resolution TV that will ship later this year. The unfortunately named XBR-84X900 features a "quad full high definition" (QFHD) resolution of 3840x2160 pixels, and comes complete with a detachable 10-driver "virtual 5.1 surround sound" speaker system designed to offer...
Sony announces massive 84" 4K flat panel TV set to ship this year

Crave giveaway: Samsung LN40D550 flat-panel TV

news.cnet.com
Make room for a 40-inch TV. This week, we're giving away an entry-level flat-panel set that CNET reviewers say stands out among the budget-television crowd. [Read more]...
Crave giveaway: Samsung LN40D550 flat-panel TV

Sony appoints Kaz Hirai to replace Howard Stringer as CEO

venturebeat.com
Sony has officially appointed Kazuo Hirai as its new president and chief executive effective April 1. As expected, Hirai replaces Howard Stringer, who will become chairman. Hirai, currently executive deputy president of Sony, said in November that “management is feeling a serious sense of crisis about the seven years of...
Sony appoints Kaz Hirai to replace Howard Stringer as CEO

Foxconn Throws $1.6 Billion Into Sharp For Flatscreen Panels (AAPL)

www.businessinsider.com
Apple manufacturer Foxconn is investing $1.6 billion in Sharp and committing to buying up to 50% of the company's flatscreen panels, reports Bloomberg. This could be a move on Foxconn's end to simply ensure that it has a decent supply for future products, such as the long-rumored Apple television....
Foxconn Throws $1.6 Billion Into Sharp For Flatscreen Panels (AAPL)

Foxconn To Invest $1.6B In Sharp For Flat Panels, Maybe For The iPad? Maybe For Apple TV?

techcrunch.com
Apple has yet to make any statements about where and when we might ever see an Apple TV product to match the impact it has had in the smartphone and tablet markets. But news of an investment by its key manufacturing partner, Foxconn, could point to the confidence others have...
Foxconn To Invest $1.6B In Sharp For Flat Panels, Maybe For The iPad? Maybe For Apple TV?
Global LCD TV shipments fall for the first time ever
Sharp reports largest-ever loss of $4.67 billion

iPad gaming first impressions: mesmerizing screen, but no killer app yet

games.venturebeat.com
I picked up an Apple iPad on Saturday with the mission of checking out how good a device it is for gaming. I’ll be writing about various hot iPad games over time, but these are my first impressions. From a strategic view, Apple has to nail gaming. Other apps might...
iPad gaming first impressions: mesmerizing screen, but no killer app yet

Silicon Alley VC Is No Lion King: ‘You Could Have All This,’ Points to Xbox

betabeat.com
Mr. Bodge (Photo: Twitter) Okay, we knew tech recruiting in New York City was bad, but we didn’t realize it had gotten embarrassing. Earlier today, “hybrid designer and technologist” Mike Bodge offered up a first-hand account of the wooing techniques of Silicon Alley venture capitalists on his tumblr. Be warned,...
Silicon Alley VC Is No Lion King: ‘You Could Have All This,’ Points to Xbox
Flat-panel TV shipments to fall in 2012 for the first time ever, IHS claims

LG reports second straight loss in Q4

www.bgr.com
LG Electronics on Wednesday posted its second consecutive quarterly loss despite record flat-panel TV shipments and solid performance from its mobile handset division. The South Korea-based electronics vendor recorded revenue of KRW 13.81 trillion, or approximately $12.05 billion USD, in the fourth quarter of 2011 along with an operating...
LG reports second straight loss in Q4

Flat panel TV prices move higher: Ready for the upsell?

news.cnet.com
The price wars among TV manufacturers appear to be over and consumers want Internet-connected TVs. [Read more]...
Flat panel TV prices move higher: Ready for the upsell?
This 42-inch TV uses less electricity than a lightbulb

Flat-panel TV shipments to fall for the first time ever in 2012?

www.engadget.com
The past fourteen or so years have been a great run for flat-panel TV sales, but according to IHS (formerly iSuppli), that run is finally going to turn in the down direction in 2012. The expected drop off is predicted to be five percent, which still leaves the total...
Flat-panel TV shipments to fall for the first time ever in 2012?

Augmented Reality Actually Becoming One (Video)

allthingsd.com
A year ago, even proponents of augmented reality were talking more about the potential of the technology than its adoption. These days, though, the technology is making its presence felt. Augmented reality apps are adding another layer to all kinds of real-world objects, from toys to magazines, even to Heinz...
Augmented Reality Actually Becoming One (Video)

Hungry Like A Wolf: How Apple Rumors Spread

techcrunch.com
Remember last week when Foxconn president Terry Gou said that he was working hard at building the new Apple TV? The rumor was, as you might suspect, patently false. But just how false is the surprising part. Welcome to the magical world of Apple rumors. Before we begin, take a...
Hungry Like A Wolf: How Apple Rumors Spread

Is The Flat-Screen TV Boom Over?

paidcontent.org
The consumer electronics trend that had us shuffling out our perfectly good but perfectly bulky CRT televisions in favor of fancy-new flat screens appears to be ebbing. According to research firm IHS iSuppli, U.S. shipments of flat-panel TVs will actually decline for the first time since Fujitsu introduced the...
Is The Flat-Screen TV Boom Over?
Samsung exec: Apple’s ‘iTV’ is nothing to worry about

Report: Samsung Galaxy S III to have 1080p screen, quad-core processor

arstechnica.com
Samsung has no plans to officially announce the Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress this year, but information on the handset is trickling out anyway, according to Boy Genius Report. Among the phone's more interesting features are a quad-core processor, 1080p screen, and a ceramic case. The successor...
Report: Samsung Galaxy S III to have 1080p screen, quad-core processor

Engadget HD Podcast 293 - 04.03.2012

www.engadget.com
This week we've got a fresh set of video apps for the Xbox 360, including Comcast Xfinity TV, HBO Go and MLB.tv. In a bit of a throwback session, we've also got some discussion concerning Windows Media Center (both in Windows 8 and the upcoming Ceton Q), Kaleidescape and...
Engadget HD Podcast 293 - 04.03.2012

Touchscreen film maker Cambrios hires new CEO and raises $5M

venturebeat.com
Cambrios Technologies is announcing today that it has hired John LeMoncheck as its new chief executive and raised $5 million in a fourth round of funding from strategic investor Samsung Venture Investment. The Sunnyvale, Calif.,-based company uses nanotechnology to create a thin transparent film that can conduct electricity. The...
Touchscreen film maker Cambrios hires new CEO and raises $5M

Flat Panel TV Sales Flatten in U.S.

allthingsd.com
After years of consecutive growth, flat-panel TV sales in the United States are beginning to stall out. Market research firm IHS iSuppli said Tuesday that U.S.-bound shipments of flat-panel TVs will drop 5 percent in 2012, slipping to 37.1 million units from 39.1 million units in 2011. And that decline...
Flat Panel TV Sales Flatten in U.S.
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?