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2007-01-18 TV controller enables precise color control
Genesis Microchip's Torino TV controller provides TV manufacturers the ability to manipulate images for accurate color reproduction
2009-04-08 TV chip manufacturing competition sizzles
While the flat-panel TV market is beginning to consolidate, that process has not yet begun in TV chip manufacturing, according DisplaySearch's "Q1 09 Quarterly TV Electronics Report". Competition is as fierce as ever, and no clear market leader has yet emerged
2015-01-30 Toshiba's global TV business to face revamp
Toshiba will restructure its Visual Products business by halting TV development and sales operations in North America and licensing the North American TV business to Compal Electronics.
2010-11-30 Toshiba unfolds TV business strategies, new products for ASEAN
Toshiba Corp. has just unveiled its strategy and product line-up for the ASEAN. For the incoming year, Toshiba shall enhance its presence throughout ASEAN by deploying a new line-up of LCD TVs specifically designed for the region.
2013-12-03 Toshiba to close LCD TV mfg plant in China
The firm will end production of LCD TVs at Dalian Toshiba Television (DLTV) and will close down the plant by end of December this year.
2012-07-16 Toshiba reorganizes digital products, LCD TV facilities
Toshiba has established a global-level development and production system positioned to take advantage of business opportunities in emerging economies and other high-growth markets
2013-09-09 Taiwan-based firms grab lead in UHD LCD-TV panel market
IHS' Display Materials and Systems found that Innolux held a 42.8 per cent share of unit shipments, while AUO grabbed 35.6 per cent.
2007-10-03 Sony to roll out OLED TV in time for Christmas
Sony announced it will debut the XEL-1, claimed to be the world's first OLED TV, on December 1
2006-04-06 Sanyo Electric, Quanta Computer to form JV flat panel TV company
Sanyo Electric Quanta Computer have agreed to form a joint venture company for the flat panel TV business.
2012-07-24 Samsung dominates global LCD TV market
The South Korean firm shipped 8.2 million LCD TVs in Q1 globally while this was down 37 percent from 12.9 million in the 4Q11, noted IHS.
2008-04-10 Philips licenses North America TV biz to Funai
Royal Philips Electronics and Funai Electric of Japan have entered into a brand licensing agreement under which Funai will assume responsibility for the sourcing, distribution, marketing and sales of all Philips' consumer TV activities in the United States and Canada
2004-10-14 Philips exits LCOS display business
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands has decided to pull out of the liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) rear-projection TV business and plans to cease production of LCOS products by Nov. 19.
2013-10-14 Panasonic to abandon unprofitable plasma TV biz
Hitachi left the plasma panel business in fiscal 2008, while Pioneer called it quits a year later, leaving Panasonic as the last company to abandon plasma screens
2012-10-22 Opinion: Japan needs to bow out of the TV market
The decline of Japanese products in China goes hand in hand with the territorial dispute over the islands in the East China Sea.
2011-05-16 MPA: High cost for Asia's pay-TV growth
Pay-TV has a bright future in Asia Pacific for companies who are willing to invest, but this will affect other industries at a high cost
2006-03-16 Mobile TV may not yet be ready for prime time
Receiver suppliers face a number of challenges in bringing mobile TV to the real world, including meeting the the Mobile and Portable DVB-T Radio Access Interface
2014-10-29 LG Electronics exits fading plasma TV business
The South Korea-based company said it will stop producing plasma TVs by end-November due to the weakened global demand, and will focus its efforts on developing LCD and OLED displays.
2012-05-25 Japan to bid TV manufacturing goodbye
One could surmise that slipping demand for flat TVs in 2011 virtually pushed the Japanese TV giants off the cliff
2011-10-31 Intel's struggles in digital TV
The problem, in part, is Intel seems to take a bulldozer approach to new market development. Too often, the company drive ambitious initiatives aggressively without its key stakeholders.
2007-05-28 Hitachi, Panasonic fortify plasma TV tie-up
Hitachi and Matsushita Electric have given weight to a plasma TV business alliance with promises of supplying each other with 103-inch and 85-inch PDPs.
2012-01-25 Hitachi stops TV manufacturing
Hitachi will be closing down its production of televisions in Japan and plans to convert its only remaining flatscreen manufacturing plant to make LCD projectors and semiconductor products.
2005-12-27 Hitachi seeks to boost flat TV business
Hitachi Ltd has announced a bullish flat TV strategy that aims to grab 30 percent of the global HD PDP TV market by 2007
2008-09-22 Hitachi lays out plan to power up TV biz
Hitachi Ltd. will be implementing new business initiatives in a bid to boost the performance of its flat-panel TV business
2012-10-05 Global TV shipments to drop this year
After peaking in 2011, global TV shipments are expected to decline by 5.4 per cent in 2012 as growth in the LCD market stalls, stated IHS
2006-06-09 Genesis unveils entry level LCD TV controller
Genesis has announced the launch of its new "Cortez Lite" entry level LCD TV controller, expanding the company's Cortez portfolio
2008-05-02 Conexant to turn over STB business to NXP
NXP Semiconductors this week announced it will acquire Conexant Systems' STB business
2008-03-31 China flat-panel TV market up for robust growth
Flat-panel TV shipments in China showed strong growth in 2007 and the market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 29 percent from 2007 to 2012
2012-10-18 Can streaming sticks derail smart TV makers
Several of China's chip companies specialising in multimedia processors which go into sticks have already lined up manufacturers to produce their stick products
2008-08-27 Broadcom takes over AMD's digital TV biz
Broadcom Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s DTV business
2008-09-11 Analysis: The long road to mobile TV
Enabling consumers to watch digital TV broadcasts on cellphones has never been compared to rocket science. Today, however, long after the technology became feasible, its success as a business is beginning to look as far away as a moon landing.
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