- News tagged "smart tv"
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
Looking for a new TV? Panasonic has announced its latest Smart Viera LED and plasma TV lineups for the Singapore market. There are 18 LED and 4 plasma TV models to choose from.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
The story of WebOS takes another turn as LG Electronics has bough the platform from HP. Rather than being used for smartphones and tablets, LG will be using WebOS for its Smart TVs.
Friday, 15 Feb 2013
LG has introduced its 2013 TV lineup in South Korea, including the 55-inch OLED TV, the world's first-to-ship 84-inch Ultra HD TV, and the most advanced 3D Smart TVs in the market.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
LG has unveiled several new TV and related products at CES 2013. Some that caught our attention are new Google TVs and wider variety of Ultra HD TVs. The company has also stated its plans for its 55-inch OLED TV for the US market.
Snakebyte aims big with the Unu gaming platform which will try to be your all in one gaming powerhouse. The tablet device with the help of accessories and a docking station seeks to provide the complete gaming experience for users.
Monday, 7 Jan 2013
First introduced at last year's CES, the Evolution Kit is a concept which enables Samsung 2012 Smart TVs to evolve into Samsung's new 2013 Smart TVs.
Thursday, 3 Jan 2013
Participants at CES 2013 can expect to see LG's CarbonFree-certified OLED TV and a variety of new Cinema 3D Smart TV games at the tradeshow. LG also announced plans to take pre-orders for their OLED TVs in South Korea, slated to arrive in February.
Wednesday, 2 Jan 2013
LG Electronics has divulged its complete range of televisions for the year ahead, a habit which the South Korean firm is known for before CES goes into full swing in Las Vegas next week.
Thursday, 27 Dec 2012
With CES 2013 coming up in two weeks' time, Samsung released a teaser video for its Smart TV and gave a sneak preview of its new Smart Hub. It also announced a new version of its instant messaging app, ChatON 2.0.
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.