By Pete Putman • Aug 16 2012, 7:53pm
In early August E Ink Holdings — the company that makes the vast majority of black-and-white ePaper displays that appear in eReaders, such as those made my Amazon and Barnes & Noble — announced it had signed a definitive agreement to buy 82.7% of the shares of SiPix Technology and its wholly owned subsidiary SiPix [...]
By Pete Putman • Aug 13 2012, 2:34pm
Sharp Corporation continues to hemorrhage cash as their television business slides into obscurity.
But they're not alone.
By Pete Putman • Aug 9 2012, 12:33am
The future of front projection depends on its ability to go lampless.
And Optoma's ML300 shows how far we've come in attaining that goal.
By Pete Putman • Aug 6 2012, 9:51pm
NBC's secondary 3D telecast of the 2012 Olympics has its moments, but is tedious to sit through.
By Pete Putman • Aug 3 2012, 8:04pm
In a recent report, Strategy Analytics (www.strategyanalytics.com) tries hard to make the case that cord-cutting is not hurting the pay-TV market.
The company directs its report, 'North America Digital Television Forecast: 1H'12,' at the digital part of the market, and forecasts that digital subscriptions will increase from 114M in 2011 to 129M in 2016, for [...]