Tech blog BGR claims to have it from a "trusted source" that Apple is going to showcase the operating system for its television set at this year's Worldwide Developer's Conference in June.
Undoubtedly the next big thing when it comes to controlling our home electronics is motion control, for better or worse and now Samsung has revealed that the company is adding motion control to its high-end Smart TVs. To Samsung's credit, they've at least managed to create a funny enough ad that is likely to get
German TV manufacturer Loewe has denied reports that Apple has entered discussions for a supposed $113 million acquisition bid.
It has been rumoured that LG is now building a production line for flexible OLED screens which is setting them back around US $176 million. Supposedly their first wave of flexible (unbreakable?) OLED displays will be 730 x 460mm, but it is yet to be established when LG plans to have its preparations finalized and
According to a report from China Daily, Foxconn chief Terry Gou spoke concerning the Apple iTV, a device that has been rumored for a long time.
LG will launch a Google TV later this month, according to a senior executive at the company, giving new hope for Google's internet-connected TV platform.
Toshiba Singapore has announced their latest notebook PCs which include the stylish Satellite M800, Satellite L800, Satellite C800 for the lifestyle and fashion-conscious consumers; Satellite P850 that offers glasses-free 3D technology and Qosmio X870 which claims to be the ultimate gaming and multimedia machine. On top of that, the company also unveiled the Toshiba 55RZ1
In following suit with competitors all around and what is a definitive path, LG is also raising some of its services up onto the Cloud with the Beta of its LG Cloud online storage service having been given the green light.
We all know that OLED technology is taking ages to become mainstream technology and it is still not there yet. However, Panasonic is investing up to $370 million (S$416M) to build the sixth generation pilot and 8.5 generation of OLED R&D manufacturing lines.
On the recently held IFA Global Press Conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Maarten de Vries and Wiebo Vaartjes gave talks on the way Philips brand is going to evolve in the future.
Normally we wouldn't cover a product announcement from IKEA, but today the company has unveiled a product that falls in the technology department and it's called Uppleva (experience). For whatever reason, IKEA has decided that just selling furniture that fits your home entertainment equipment isn't good enough and as such the company went and integrated
Samsung has officially launched Samsung Display, its spun off display business, which became the world's largest display manufacturer overnight.
With LG having great success in their 3D TV sales in China and North America, it is no wonder Japanese electronics companies Sony and Panasonic, who are struggling in this market segment, have opted to incorporate LG's 3D technology into their future line of TVs.
Apple has patented an idea for a universal TV remote that will turn your iPhone into a copy of any existing TV remote, potentially replacing standard remote controls altogether.
Samsung Smart TV owners in Singapore can enjoy more quality content in the comfort of their homes. The Korean company has partnered with international video site, Viki, to offer a wide variety of TV shows, movies and entertainment news, all for free.
Today, Sony Electronics Singapore showcased their new products including BRAVIA TVs and Xperia Android smartphones, which bring about integrated entertainment and communication to users, and letting them have the convenience of sharing the content on different platforms.
At the South East Asia, Oceania and Taiwan Forum, Samsung has unveiled their new line of products for 2012, with the vision of delivering connectivity and content across all their devices – TVs, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, digital cameras and home appliances.
Apple has announced its new Apple TV today, which can play high-definition video and will go on sale next week for just $99.
The board of directors at Samsung has approved a plan to spin off its ailing Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) business.
Fancy a new, large-size LCD TV? Well, Sharp Japan has just announced their latest 70-inch AQUOS LC-70Q7 LCD TV which claims to provide superb quality images, and consumes less power compared to conventional 70-inch TVs.