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Total TV shipments to fall 1.4% in 2012, as LCD unit sales growth slows to 5%

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This isn’t the best year for television manufacturers, as total unit shipments are expected to ease some 1.4%, according to data presented by DisplaySearch. That decline is brought about by a slowing in the growth of sales of LCD televisions, which are expected to rise only 5% this year. That’s down around 28%...
Total TV shipments to fall 1.4% in 2012, as LCD unit sales growth slows to 5%

Philips' unannounced Series 9 flagship TVs get exposed by leaked document

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Having already unveiled an entire set of HD, LCD televisions back at last year's CES, the next obvious step for Philips would be to work its way up the entertainment ladder and take the wraps off of its flagship Series 9. Fortunately for us (and you), though, a recently...
Philips' unannounced Series 9 flagship TVs get exposed by leaked document

Quantum dots make first commercial appearance in Sony TVs

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Even smaller than nanoparticles, quantum dots may represent the next frontier in ultra-miniature electronics. Now they’re actually finding their way into commercial products, starting with a new line of Bravia televisions from Sony. Sony announced the new line of TVs at CES 2013 earlier this month, touting the quantum...
Quantum dots make first commercial appearance in Sony TVs

LCD TV shipments down slightly; Plasmas fall off cliff in 2012

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LCD televisions saw shipments decline for the first time in 2012, down 1 percent compared to the prior year. [Read more]...
LCD TV shipments down slightly; Plasmas fall off cliff in 2012

Tablets expected to be fourth-largest semiconductor market by 2014

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Tablet computers are expected to be the fourth-largest semiconductor market by 2014, surpassing LCD televisions, according to a report from IHS iSuppli.Sales of semiconductors integrated on tablets are expected to reach $18.2 billion in 2014, an incredible uptick from the 35th place with $2.6 billion in 2010.Tablets ranked eighth in...
Tablets expected to be fourth-largest semiconductor market by 2014

Sony formally quits Sharp LCD joint venture, takes back every yen it invested

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After Sony cut off its supply of capital to the ill-fated Sakai production plant that it jointly owns with Sharp, it became clear that the final goodbye may be little more than a formality. And here it is, in the form of a cold, resolute press release stating that...
Sony formally quits Sharp LCD joint venture, takes back every yen it invested
Sharp and Sony to terminate joint LCD venture

Sony to use quantum dots in 'Triluminos' Bravia HDTVs

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Details of 'Triluminos,' a feature of Bravia HDTVs using quantum technology demonstrated at CES by Sony, have been made available. Originally appearing in televisions in 2008 before being pulled due to the costs involved, the technology relies on nanoscale particles called 'quantum dots' in order to increase the color range...
Sony to use quantum dots in 'Triluminos' Bravia HDTVs

Mitsubishi seals the fate of rear-projection TVs, discontinues its last line

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Mitsubishi has announced that it will be discontinuing its line of rear-projection televisions, marking the end of the affordable but clunky television technology. The company bet it all on RPTVs last year, ceasing its production of LCD televisions entirely despite the fact that other major manufacturers had already abandoned...
Mitsubishi seals the fate of rear-projection TVs, discontinues its last line
TV shipments decline for the second consecutive quarter
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