Monthly Archives: July 2011

Web TV Viewing On PC, Tablet & Laptop To Be Measured By BARB

The Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB) has announced that it will move forward with a project that involves the monitoring and measurement of web-based television viewing via devices such as PCs, internet tablets and laptops. This will be done through the installation of software meters in its panel homes throughout the second half of this year. The move constitutes an ... Read More »

Move Over Video Game Console, Internet-Connected TV Is Here: Report

Games consoles have provided millions of households with fun and entertainment for many years now. Video game consoles became popular in the 1980s and since then have gone from strength to strength, evolving from clumsy-looking devices that supported only the most basic of games and graphics to today’s state-of-the-art consoles, with their slimline designs and incredible graphics. However, despite the ... Read More »

Sony Investigating “Crease” Defect On Flagship HX923 3D LED TVs

Update: Since this article was published, Sony has clarified that the company has not issued a full product recall on all existing display models and boxed units from Sony Centres and independent dealers, and is carefully investigating the batch that has been affected (which is confined to a small number of stock). It’s been barely a fortnight since UK customers ... Read More »