All Televisions News
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
Samsung is showcasing its 55-inch ES9500 OLED TV at IFA 2012. Also on show is the 75-inch LED ES9000 Smart TV with a rose-gold bezel and the latest Smart Content. The Samsung Smart Hub demoed Angry Birds, played for the first time on Samsung Smart TV using gestures.
Sony has unveiled its first 4K 3D TV at IFA 2012, and it comes in the form of the 84-inch Bravia 84X900.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
One of Apple's Senior VPs remarked recently that the likelihood of an Apple HDTV display materializing in the near future is slim, mainly due to the company's inability to secure rights with major networks to broadcast their content.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
LG is the first in the world to launch an 84-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV, which is capable of supporting the new 4K display resolution. The 84LM9600 is currently only available in Korea, but LG has said that it will bring the TV to Asia sometime in September 2012.
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012
Bose updates its home theater offerings with the VideoWave II, which now boasts of two screen sizes, a 46-inch and larger 55-inch Full-HD display powered by LED backlights.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
Stream TV networks has announced a technology partnership with Hisense for a range of TVs and other products featuring the Ultra-D (3D without glasses) technology.
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012
An NTU researcher has developed a Social Cloud TV application which enables users and their mobile devices to "grab" onscreen content from their HDTV with a simple flick of the wrist.
Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012
According to IHS iSuppli's recent report, the market share for all plasma television displays sold by U.S. retailers fell to its lowest level in July since the first quarter of 2011, as rising retail prices proved to be a major disincentive to consumers.
Tuesday, 7 Aug 2012
Samsung's latest ES9000 LED TV spans a colossal 75-inch screen, and it's also built with Samsung's Smart TV interactive goodies in the bag. More importantly, the South Korean company has confirmed that they'll be shipping the 75ES9000 to Singapore.
Panasonic has managed to turn massive losses sustained last year into profits, while other Japanese flat-panel makers such as Sony and Sharp continue to struggle against the rising value of the Yen and bleak TV sales.