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Ofcom reveals UK TV trends

Nearly 10 million TV sets were sold in the UK in 2010, almost all of which were HD ready. There were nearly 1 million Internet-enabled TV sales during 2010, and…

Sony’s TV picture is very cloudy

Sony’s TV picture is very cloudy

Sony Corp, Japan’s electronics giant, is to completely overhaul its TV set business. Sony has already sold factories in Slovakia and agreed a sale of its Barcelona plant. It has…

Digital technology increases UK TV viewing

Television technology, including digital and HD formats, time-shifted and catch-up viewing, has helped drive a global increase in television viewing, a new report has revealed. The report – Television –…

TV One releases 5×5 VGA Matrix Routing Switcher

TV One adds the 1T-MX-4355 VGA Matrix Routing Switcher to the growing TV One-task product line. The 1T-MX-4355 is a 5×5 VGA Matrix Switcher with Audio is designed to allow…

US: 3.5m 3D Blu-rays sold in 12 months

US: 3.5m 3D Blu-rays sold in 12 months

US consumers purchased an estimated 1.75 million 3D Blu-ray discs at retail during the format’s first 12 months on the market, and brought home another 1.7 million units as part…

Panasonic: Glasses-free 3D in 5 years, not lenticular

Speaking at Intellect’s Consumer Electronics event, Panasonic marketing manager Andrew Denham said the problem of glasses free 3DTV will arrive within five years but the solution won’t be lenticular. So,…

Samsung dominates US 3D TV sales

The market research company The NPD Group, is reporting that Samsung Electronics is dominating the sale of both LED and plasma 3D sets in the US, with a 61 per…

Gefen wins Rental and Staging Systems Award

Digital connectivity solutions provider Gefen has received industry recognition for its advanced audio/video extension product best suited for the demanding rental and staging market. The Rental & Staging Systems Awards…

Big price drop in 3DTVs predicted

Big price drop in 3DTVs predicted

A recent Retrevo study found that a high price premium is one of the most common reasons consumers cite for not buying a 3DTV. That barrier may soon vanish as…

LG says 80% of consumers prefer its passive 3D

An LG-commissioned study reveals the vast majority of consumers don’t want expensive active-shutter 3D TVs. The survey found that 80 per cent of respondents preferred the overall 3D experience of…