By Pete Putman • Jul 26 2012, 7:20pm
Worldwide TV shipments will shrink by 1.4% in 2012 predicts NPD DisplaySearch in its latest Quarterly Global TV Shipment and Forecast Report, issued in early July.
In the company's latest update, total TV shipments are forecast to fall to 245M units, while shipments of LCD-TVs are expected to increase by 5% — down from 7% [...]
By Pete Putman • Jul 19 2012, 9:12pm
Samsung's decision to release their 75-inch LCD TV is clearly a defensive move against Sharp.
How long before it, too, begins to show up in commercial AV installations?
By Pete Putman • Jul 19 2012, 6:45pm
Ken Werner will be speaking at the Crystal Valley Conference and Exposition (CVCE), Cheonan City, Korea, Sept.
By Pete Putman • Jul 19 2012, 6:27pm
Videophiles prefer plasma TV to LCD, and plasma rates higher than LCD in side-by-side testing.
Â In addition, large-sized plasmas are less expensive than comparable LCDs, and their greater refresh rate allows them to produce cleaner 3D images.
Â Nonetheless, the days of plasma TV are numbered.
As consultant David Barnes observes, you need look no farther than [...]
By Pete Putman • Jul 12 2012, 9:58pm
A court ruling means that Aereo can continue to provide over-the-air digital TV signals from New York City through Internet connections to subscribersâ?¦for nowâ?¦
By Alfred Poor • Jul 2 2012, 1:00pm
This is a price that I’m more used to seeing for a plasma screen than an LCD, but Best Buy is currently offering a 50″ LCD HDTV for $500.
Now, I’ll grant you that it is an Insignia model, which … Continue reading →