Monthly Archives: September 2012

Samsung & LG Prosper Despite Falling Worldwide TV Shipments

Global television markets continued to struggle throughout the second quarter of this year, with total worldwide shipments falling to just 51.6 million units, down 8% on the total number of shipments during Q2 of 2011. However, Korean manufacturers Samsung and LG Electronics have done relatively well in this period, successfully boosting their revenue shares even in the face of declining ... Read More »

James Cameron To Swing By For Sky 3D’s Ryder Cup Coverage

Golf fans have a lot to look forward to this month with the Ryder Cup just about to tee off, and for those with a 3D-capable HDTV display and Sky subscription, this year’s coverage will be better than ever thanks to the involvement of Avatar and Titanic director James Cameron. James Cameron to swing by for Sky 3D’s Ryder Cup ... Read More »

Virgin Media Unveils TV Anywhere App To Rival Sky Go

Virgin Media has just signalled its desire to claim a share of the web-based television market, announcing details of its upcoming Virgin TV Anywhere service, which brings live streaming and on-demand video to connected devices and laptops. Virgin Media unveils TV Anywhere app to rival Sky Go Virgin TV Anywhere, which is to be made available free of charge to ... Read More »

Sky+HD Box To Get Catch-Up TV & “Undelete” Updates

BSkyB’s (British Sky Broadcasting) HDTV customers might notice a few differences to their electronic programme guide (EPG) over the coming days, as the digital satellite television broadcaster rolls out a host of new features – including iPlayer, catch-up TV and an innovative ‘undelete’ option – on subscribers’ Sky+HD boxes. Sky+HD box to get catch-up TV & “Undelete” updates Of the ... Read More »