Samsung has launched its 2013 Smart TV line-up in Singapore, introducing larger screen sizes, better picture quality, and a slew of additional features.
Sony has launched a brand new line-up for full high-definition Bravia LED TVs, with enhanced image and sound quality, and several new speaker systems for a more cinema-like sound experience.
Sony just recently announced a more ‘budget’ priced lineup of HD 4K TVs for customers to order later this month. The new Ultra HD LED TVs will include a 55 and 65-inch model, both of which are priced under seven thousand U.S. dollars.
Intel is hiring an additional 60 people in preparation for the launch of its internet television service later this year, which marks a major shift away from its prior focus on hardware.
While very few of us own a 4K TV, Netflix says that they will be offering 4K streaming in one to two years time. This announcement came not long after Sony said they want to do the same with their PS4 system, which is 4K ready.
I-cubed Research Center Inc. has developed a new technology that allows the projection of very clear images in full detail that is well beyond the 4K resolution.
LG just recently acquired Hewlett Packard’s WebOS and says they will be using it in their new line of smart TVs. LG will be the second such company to try and make something consumers will like with the operating system.
Samsung will announce a new service called TV Discovery at this year's Mobile World Congress, making it easier and faster to find content on smartphones and smart TVs.
Samsung has announced its latest line-up of Smart TVs, with additional “smart” features, improved picture quality, larger screen sizes, and digital audio advancements.
The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, just recorded record breaking profits for the quarter at 8.3 billion in U.S. dollars. Samsung has estimated they sold roughly 500 handsets a minute.
Just recently CEO Mike McNamara of Flextronics International Ltd., which is a Singapore-based company, hinted on bringing manufacturing back to the United States.
Rumors about Apple introducing a new line of HDTVs have been squashed. Experts say the TV is being delayed by digital rights management concerns. Other predictions say Google will expand their Google Fiber Internet into more cities.
One of the biggest draws to the huge Black Friday Sales that happen every year has typically seen massive numbers when it came to consumer electronics. However this year's Black Friday saw a reversal of those numbers as consumers didn't appear to be buying as many electronics.
Sharp Corporation and Qualcomm Incorporated will soon be joining forces with a 121 million U.S. dollar investment from Qualcomm.
Sharp's newest display model features a 4K 32-inch screen that is developed using their newly adopted IGZO screen technology. It is designed to pack in more pixels per unit area, and is advertised to be perfect for graphics-based work.
Samsung is at it again and this time it is with a new type of OLED display that uses less energy. But what makes this new display screen so different is that it will be the first mass-produced display that incorporates flexible OLEDs.
The Taiwanese government has announced a date for the analog to digital television switchover. Electronics companies are manufacturing set-top boxes in preparation for incoming sales.
LG has released its latest TV, with a screen spanning a whopping 84 inches and a resolution that is four times 1080p high-definition.
Samsung has teamed up with Corning to build a jointly-owned TFT-LCD glass factory in China that will cost $600 million.
Microsoft unveiled some stunning ideas and blockbuster titles at their E3 keynote speech.