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Panasonic Joins LG, Philips & Toshiba In Smart TV Alliance With New SDK

Smart TV Alliance

The Smart TV Alliance has hit the headlines this week, swelling its ranks considerably with the addition of five new members including Panasonic and IBM, and the release of an updated Software Development Kit (SDK) at the CES 2013 event in Las Vegas. Panasonic joins LG, Philips & Toshiba in Smart TV Alliance with new SDK Together with Panasonic and ... Read More »

Sharp’s TV Future Lies In IGZO, Moth Eye, Quattron, Ultra HD 4K & 8K

Sharp IGZO

Sharp outlined its plans to save itself at the company’s CES 2013 press conference in Las Vegas this week, showing off a host of new display technologies described as the company’s “vision of the future”. Sharp’s TV future lies in IGZO, Moth Eye, Quattron, ultra HD 4K & 8K IGZO Key to Sharp’s vision is its new IGZO display tech, ... Read More »

Samsung S9 Ultra HD 4K TV Launched At CES In 85″ & Later 110″

Samsung S9/ S9000

Samsung underlined exactly why it’s still the market leader in the high-end Smart TV segment this week, officially unveiling the world’s first 85-inch Ultra HD 4K TV at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (as per our previous report back in November 2012). Samsung S9 Ultra HD 4K TV launched at CES in 85″ & later 110″ Of all ... Read More »

Sony Adds 55″ & 65-Inch X9000A 4K LED TVs To Ultra HD Lineup

Sony X9000A ultra HD 4K TV

Sony has added a 55-inch and a 65-inch model to its BRAVIA lineup of ultra high-definition 4K televisions, it was announced at the company’s CES 2013 press conference in Las Vegas today. The Japanese manufacturer released the 84-inch Sony KD-84X9005 ultra HD LED LCD TV in the United Kingdom towards the end of last year. Sony adds 55″ & 65-inch ... Read More »

Samsung Espouses Plasma TV With PS51F8500 & PS64F8500 (F8500) Launch

Samsung F8500 plasma TV

For a company that’s probably more well-known for its ultra-thin LED LCD TVs, Samsung is surprisingly effusive about its 2013 range of plasma TVs this year. In the past, the South Korean TV manufacturer has either deliberately or subconsciously let its plasmas take a backseat to its LED TV products in terms of promotion and marketing, but in a press ... Read More »