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Sony's loss grows as company cuts earnings forecast

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Sony lowers its full-year earnings forecast as it battles a strong yen and declining sales of TVs and game consolesSony's red ink worsened in the April-June quarter and it lowered its full-year earnings forecast as it battles a strong yen and declining sales of LCD TVs and video game consoles.The...
Sony's loss grows as company cuts earnings forecast

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%

Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

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Sharp has posted (pdf) what it is referring to as an ëextraordinary lossí largely due to LCD business restructuring. Sharp expects that the costs incurred in converting its production lines for large screen Aquos LCD TVs will be recouped by focusing more closely on mobile displays and developing new-generation IGZO...
Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion
OLED displays to hit sales of $44B by 2019 with growth in TVs and mobile devices

Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

www.electronista.com
Sharp has posted (pdf) what it is referring to as an ëextraordinary lossí largely due to LCD business restructuring. Sharp expects that the costs incurred in converting its production lines for large screen Aquos LCD TVs will be recouped by focusing more closely on mobile displays and developing new-generation IGZO...
Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

Walmart reports its best Black Friday ever with 5,000 items sold per second

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The U.S. retail network Walmart has reported that the Black Friday of 2012 has been the best one for the company ever, bringing 22 million customers to its stores on Thursday. During the Black Friday shopping frenzy from 8pm through midnight, the retailer processed nearly 10 million register transactions and...
Walmart reports its best Black Friday ever with 5,000 items sold per second

Sony's final 2011 report shows a record net loss, optimism for 2012

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After a slew of bad news and drastically restated projections, Sony has reported the numbers for its full 2011 financial year and as expected, they're not good. The company experienced a record net loss of 456.7 billion yen ($5.73 billion) and an operating loss of 67.3 billion yen. The...
Sony's final 2011 report shows a record net loss, optimism for 2012

Watch out Sony, Samsung: Flat TV value brands gain

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As flat TVs gain in popularity, consumers are less concerned with brand and more concerned with price, according to analysis from research firm iSuppli. That's bad news for the likes of Sony (SNE), but good for upstarts like Vizio - which, according to iSuppli's numbers, shipped the most LCD TVs...
Watch out Sony, Samsung: Flat TV value brands gain

Police Search Samsung's Offices In OLED Industrial Spying Probe

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Seoul police have raided Samsung's headquarters to see if the company stole LG secrets. Samsung's Asan headquarters were visited by Seoul's Metropolitan Police who have searched for documentary evidence that Samsung benefitted from technological secrets stolen from LG for its OLED screen business. Samsung is reported by Bloomberg as...
Police Search Samsung's Offices In OLED Industrial Spying Probe

Forget glasses: MIT's new 3D technology works with just your naked eyes

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab’s Camera Culture group is working on ways to make viewing easier and you may be glad to hear that the secret is not in the spectacles. Learning about MIT’s work on making cool stuff for everyday use is exciting. When  you want the future...
Forget glasses: MIT's new 3D technology works with just your naked eyes
4K TVs are coming, but they face an uphill battle in the home

Flat-Screen TV Prices: Anything but Flat

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If you bought a new television during the first four months of this year, you may have paid more than you originally budgeted for. That’s according to the latest TV Tracker report from IHS iSuppli, which eyes the prices and specifications of TV sets in the U.S. market. Prices of...
Flat-Screen TV Prices: Anything but Flat

China market: 3D TVs sell well during Lunar New Year holidays

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Sales of 3D LCD TVs, particularly large-size models, were strong during the 2012 Lunar New Year holiday season in China, according to sources in the retail channel in China....
China market: 3D TVs sell well during Lunar New Year holidays
Global LCD TV shipments fall for the first time ever

This Just In: 3-D Isn’t a “Crucial” Television Feature

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Sales of 3-D TV sets might be inching up, but that still doesn’t mean that many consumers are watching 3-D content at home. That’s according to the latest data from the NPD Group’s retail tracking service. Sales of 3-D TVs in the U.S. grew 74 percent in units over last...
This Just In: 3-D Isn’t a “Crucial” Television Feature

Foxconn May Be Setting Up U.S. Manufacturing Base

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The firm has been evaluating sites in Detroit and L.A., so does this mean that future iPhones will bear the Made In U.S.A. stamp? Reports from Asia are suggesting that Foxconn is looking to establish a manufacturing plant in the U.S. Digitimes suggests that the firm, which makes devices...
Foxconn May Be Setting Up U.S. Manufacturing Base

NPD: TV shipments dropped in 2011 after six years of growth

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The silver lining for the TV manufacturing industry is that at least global shipments didn’t slip up by much — just 0.3 percent to 247.7 million units — held up mainly by LCD TVs....
NPD: TV shipments dropped in 2011 after six years of growth
Sony's new Triluminous TVs pursue vibrant hues with quantum dots
Samsung and LG crush rivals in dwindling LCD TV market
Sharp to release first TVs with anti-glare Moth Eye panels in late fall

Toshiba slashes TV production

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Company decides to end its domestic production of LCD TVs in an attempt to boost its sagging operating profit. [Read more]...
Toshiba slashes TV production

iPhone Maker Foxconn Is Looking To Set Up Factories In The U.S. (AAPL)

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Chinese manufacturing giant Foxconn is exploring plans to build plants in the United States, DigiTimes reports. It is looking at Detroit and Los Angeles. Foxconn is notorious for manufacturing iPads and iPhones in bad working conditions. It has been the target of numerous investigative reports from the Wired, The New...
iPhone Maker Foxconn Is Looking To Set Up Factories In The U.S. (AAPL)
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn may set up plants in the U.S.

More TV Buyers Look to LED Screens

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For the first time, more U.S. TV buyers are looking to purchase LED TVs rather than cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) TVs, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli. Consumers who planned to buy an LED-backlit TV jumped to 54 percent in the last quarter of the year, a...
More TV Buyers Look to LED Screens

LG announces that all of its LCD TVs will be LED-based from now on (update)

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We're here at LG's CES 2013 press conference, where the company has just announced that it's only going to be using LEDs for its LCD HDTVs from now on. The company will still be producing Plasma TVs, so don't worry if you're still wedded to the standard. At the...
LG announces that all of its LCD TVs will be LED-based from now on (update)

Sharp launches two new Aquos 4K LCD TVs into the Japanese market

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Sharp has just added a couple of choices if you're rich enough to be seeking an UltraHD set and lucky enough to live in Japan: the 70-inch LC-70UD1 and the 60-inch LC-60UD1, part of the new 4K Aquos UD1 series. Each will feature Sharp's 4K "Moth-eye" panel, Aquos 4K-Master...
Sharp launches two new Aquos 4K LCD TVs into the Japanese market

Rumor: Foxconn Planning To Build US-Based Plants, Will Train American Engineers In Taiwan Or China

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In one of the oddest cases of an April Fool’s joke coming true, Digitimes is reporting that Foxconn is looking at opening LCD TV plants in LA or Detroit. These plants will focus on automated production lines and build mostly LCD TVs as too much hand-work is required to assemble...
Rumor: Foxconn Planning To Build US-Based Plants, Will Train American Engineers In Taiwan Or China

Russian TV-Watching Cows

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One Russian farmer decided to equip his cow barn with... LED TVs. He has got from somewhere the information that cows get more happy and productive if they watch the movies with the juicy green fields. So he got a non-stop loop of world's recognized green Swiss Alpine fields...
Russian TV-Watching Cows

Vizio doubles down on Windows 8 at CES

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Las Vegas -- It's a little odd to watch VIzio -- a company once known primarily for making inexpensive LCD TVs -- take a shot at the tablet market. But the company made good on the promise of a lightweight, powerful ultraportable with their Thin + Light laptops last...
Vizio doubles down on Windows 8 at CES
Often-rumored Apple partner Sharp announces production of Hi-DPI IGZO LCD displays
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