Monthly Archives: November 2011

Samsung Ends Full HD Passive 3D Co-Development With RealD

Samsung Electronics has pulled out of an agreement it had previously signed with 3D technology specialist RealD to co-develop an LCD-based 3DTV that is capable of delivering full HD 3D resolution to each eye using polarized glasses. The information surfaced in an earnings conference call hosted by RealD’s management team that took place earlier this month. Samsung ends full HD ... Read More »

MUZU.TV Music Videos Debut On Sony Entertainment Network

A dedicated application from MUZU.TV has been launched on various Sony Home Entertainment products, which means that users will be able to enjoy watching a wide range of music videos from a variety of popular artists. The new app will be available on selected Sony products equipped with the company’s recently rebadged on-demand content portal Sony Entertainment Network (previously known ... Read More »

Kesa Flogs Loss-Making Comet For 2 Quid

These days, £2 doesn’t go very far at all, and does not really buy you much. However, private investment firm OpCapita has managed to make two quid go much further than most, after taking the High Street electrical giant Comet off the hands of Kesa for this princely sum! Kesa flogs loss-making Comet for 2 quid The parent company of ... Read More »

LG USA Launches World’s First Smart TV Ad Platform

LG Electronics is recognised worldwide as a leading manufacturer of internet-connected Smart TV products. The Korean consumer electronics giant has now further demonstrated its innovative abilities by launching the world’s first Smart TV ad platform. This provides a complete advertisement solution, which includes benefits such as monetisation through the company’s alliance with YuMe, optimisation and management of the ad inventory, ... Read More »