Monthly Archives: December 2010

ITV Player & Channel 4’s 4oD Catch-Up TV Services To Hit Sony PS3

Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) users will soon be able to watch their favourite ITV and Channel 4 TV shows on demand using the video game console, as the two British commercial broadcasters prepare to launch their respective ITV Player and 4oD online catch-up TV services on the PS3 platform as early as this week, UK broadsheet The Guardian has reported. ... Read More »

Regional TV Programmes Lacking On Free-To-Air BBC HD & ITV HD Channels

Although the gradually increasing number of free-to-air HD channels – such as BBC HD, ITV HD and BBC1 HD – has been music to the ears of most UK HDTV owners over the past few years, a selected few are uneasy about the continuing lack of regional coverage on these high-definition channels, which makes it difficult to relay targeted content ... Read More »

Brits Want To Watch BBC’s Dr Who & Top Gear In 3D: Panasonic Poll

As 3D TV owners crave for more TV programmes to fill the current 3D content void, BBC’s cult sci-fi TV drama series Doctor Who has emerged as the television show Brits would most like to see in its 3-dimensional glory, according to a survey carried out by Japanese TV manufacturer Panasonic. Iconic British animated characters Wallace and Gromit came second ... Read More »

LG 3D Glasses Get The Alain Mikli Touch For Style & Comfort

Recognising that 3D glasses remain one of the major obstacles putting consumers off buying current 3D TV models, Korean TV maker LG Electronics has teamed up with French luxury eyewear designer Alain Mikli to introduce a contemporary range of 3D glasses that are not only fashionable, but also comfortable to wear. These new LG 3D glasses are scheduled to make ... Read More »

LCD TV Sales In USA To Post First Ever Annual Decline This Year

LCD TV shipments in the USA, which has enjoyed healthy year-on-year growths since records of shipment volume began in 2006, will probably experience an annual decline this year due to the ongoing economic malaise and less-than-expected price cuts, a market research company has predicted. If the forecast comes true, then 2010 will be the first year in US history that ... Read More »