Monthly Archives: June 2011

Less Than Half Of UK 3DTV Owners Will Be Watching 3D Content In 2016

According to a recent forecast, mainstream success is not expected for 3D TV over the coming years, despite a high proportion of active users seen last year. The figures were released by London-based market research and consulting firm Informa Telecoms & Media this week in a report titled “Global 3D TV Forecasts: 2nd Edition” which claims that the proportion of ... Read More »

Samsung Loses Case To Ban Airing Of “Misleading” LG Passive 3D TV Ads

The latest episode in the “active versus passive 3D” format war between Korean television manufacturers Samsung and LG Electronics has unfolded in a courtroom down under. According to Sydney-based technology magazine SmartHouse, Samsung – the chief proponent of active-shutter 3D display technology – has been battling to get the passive 3D advertisements of its cross-town rival LG banned from Australian ... Read More »

Samsung Smart TVs Get First Dibs On BBC News App Connected TV Rollout

Internet-connected televisions, such as Samsung Smart TV sets, are already providing a range of benefits to users, and continuous advancements will ensure that they keep on offering innovative services and content to consumers. This week saw yet another functionality added to the growing list of web-connected services, as the BBC announced that it has launched a news app for IETV ... Read More »

Samsung Sold 2 Million Internet-Connected Smart TV Sets In 3 Months

Korean TV manufacturer Samsung is celebrating a milestone this week, after announcing through a social media news release on its corporate blog site that it has sold two million units of Smart TVs worldwide within just three months of the internet-enabled models’ global release. The two millionth set was sold on the 15th of June. While HDTV offerings from ... Read More »