Monthly Archives: January 2011

Panasonic TX-P46VT20B Plasma 3D TV Review

Although Panasonic’s VT20 series of plasma 3D TV started with only one 50-inch model, the Japanese TV manufacturer has recently been rolling out a wider variety of screen sizes – including the 46-inch TX-P46VT20 we’re reviewing today – to flesh out its top-end Plasma range. The Panasonic TX-P46VT20B features the company’s latest 3D-capable NeoPDP panel, its best ambient light screen ... Read More »

Existing LED LCD TV Models To Be Heavily Promoted By Manufacturers

TV manufacturers will be putting more emphasis into pushing LED LCD TV displays during the first quarter of this year before their new range of HDTV sets go on sale in March, according to California-based display market research firm DisplaySearch. Although LCD television sales in the USA were encouraging in the final quarter of 2010, models with traditional CCFL (cold-cathode ... Read More »

Viewing Of Sky 3D Channel Boosted By Higher-Than-Expected 3DTV Sales

A relative dearth of 3D content has often been blamed for sluggish 3D TV sales, but it appears that a pickup in the latter has a positive effect on the development of the former too. According to a Sky executive, the number of subscribers to the company’s 3D channel has gone up, as sales of 3D-ready HDTV displays in the ... Read More »

LoveFilm Agrees To Amazon Takeover To Boost Video Streaming On Web TVs

LoveFilm, the British online media rental firm, has agreed to relinquish full control of the company to US internet retail giant Amazon, in a deal said to be worth in the region of £200 million. Under the terms of the takeover (which still needs to be approved by regulators), LoveFilm will continue its operations in the UK, Germany, Denmark, Norway ... Read More »