News tagged ‘smart tv’
Thursday, 21 Jun 2012
The Smart TV Alliance Consortium formed by LG and TP Vision is now official. Developers will be able to work on the Alliance's Smart TV SDK once the software is released before the end of the year.
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012
Announced by TP Vision recently, a new Euro 2012 app is now available on Philips' Smart TVs for football fans to catch up on the tournament's latest news, results, gossips, and stats.
Monday, 11 Jun 2012
Announced at E3 recently, LG and Samsung are taking to the clouds to provide Google TV and Smart TV customers with the additional perks of online gaming services.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
LG has gone back to the drawing board for their imminent 55EM9600 OLED TV, judging by the carbon fiber back and sturdier stand which the display sports. There are murmurs of a steeper price tag too, compared to initial rumors of a US$8,000 retail price.
Friday, 18 May 2012
It is a little late to start development on OLED televisions when LG and Samsung already have one foot in the game. Nonetheless, Sony and Panasonic are rumored to be in talks to co-develop and mass produce OLED display sets.
Wednesday, 16 May 2012
According to GigaOM's report, Ikea's upcoming Uppleva 'home theater in a box' will allegedly carry popular video streaming apps like YouTube and Vimeo. Ikea's all-in-one solution is expected to be launched in Europe next month before trickling down to the rest of the world.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Samsung has plans to bring Dual View benefits to their upcoming OLED televisions, as revealed during the Samsung Premium TV Showcase held in South Korea recently.
Monday, 14 May 2012
Panasonic will be scrambling to turn things around after suffering a record net loss of US$9.7 billion. Things aren't looking too rosy for its plasma division either with a 41 percent dip in sales.
Thursday, 10 May 2012
Samsung is set to unleash their OLED televisions in the second half of the year at a whopping price of US$9,000. Expect them to come in 55-inch packages.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
A recent survey conducted by a market research firm reveals that almost half of Britain's Smart TV owners have no clue as to what a Smart TV is. Is this an appalling phenomenon or an expected trend?