- News tagged "panasonic"
Thursday, 17 Jan 2013
Despite losing market share over the past year, Canon and Olympus still have the largest market share in the Japanese domestic camera market. Canon sees an increased DSLR market share and Olympus also remains the top mirrorless system camera manufacturer.
Saturday, 12 Jan 2013
Panasonic has just announced its 2013 LCD and plasma TV lineups, and there are a whopping 32 models in total. Here's the detailed models breakdown.
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
Marrying two technologies together, Panasonic has developed a new OLED panel which has a resolution 3840 by 2160 making it a 4K display.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Home entertainment buffs and audio enthusiasts take note, Panasonic has just unveiled a few products that might just catch your fancy.
The 32 new Panasonic Smart VIERA Plasma AND LED/LCD HDTVs models will be packaged with enhanced personalization features, including easy sharing of content, voice interaction and creation of a personalized home screen on your TV.
Panasonic has introduced ten new digital compact cameras at CES 2013. Most come with 16.1 megapixels as standard, two cameras come with Wi-Fi and NFC (Near Field Communication) built in. Click through to see the power-hitters in Panasonic's latest.
Wednesday, 19 Dec 2012
A news report from Japan suggests that Panasonic may be ready to throw in the towel with regards to its plasma TV research and development operations.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
To recover from recent losses, Japanese TV giants, namely Panasonic, Sony, and Sharp, are hawking out US$3 billion worth in assets in a last-ditch attempt to turn the tide.
Monday, 26 Nov 2012
DisplaySearch's latest Quarterly Global TV Shipment and Forecast report reveals only two out of the top five television brands scored positive year-on-year growth in worldwide flat-panel television revenues for the third quarter of 2012.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp suffer massive losses with regards to their TV businesses. Reasons were attributed to plunging costs of flat-screen TVs worldwide, a robust Yen, as well as growing competition from South Korean rivals like LG Electronics and Samsung.