Monthly Archives: October 2011

Freeview HD Devices Hit 3 Million Sales, 90% Being TV Sets

Freeview is celebrating a major milestone, as it was revealed this week that sales of Freeview HD devices have smashed through the 3 million barrier, with the majority being televisions. Britain’s largest free-to-air digital TV service can now be found in roughly eighteen million homes around the UK. Freeview HD devices hit 3 million sales Since Freeview HD launched in ... Read More »

Taiwanese LCD Panel Maker AUO Hit By Sluggish TV Demand

Sluggish demand for televisions worldwide has hit another TV panel maker, with the second largest manufacturer of liquid crystal displays in Taiwan, AU Optronics Corp (AUO), reporting that its quarterly losses have continued due to the slump in demand. Taiwanese LCD panel maker AUO hit by sluggish TV demand The Taiwanese LCD manufacturer this month posted its fourth consecutive loss, ... Read More »

Tesco Launches Trade-In Scheme For Electricals Like TVs

As most of us know only too well, the cost of living has soared over the past eighteen months, with rising food and petrol prices putting huge strain and pressure on household finances. Many people may therefore be very interested to hear that supermarket giant Tesco is offering a great deal for those who trade in electrical appliances, including TVs. ... Read More »