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2015-05-28 Solid smartphone base boosts Xiaomi's CE business
Recently, Bin Lin, president and co-founder of Xiaomi, explained how the company plans to expand its product portfolio beyond smartphones and the company's investment strategy.
2005-05-05 Single-chip TV solution reduces development effort, time
Micronas announced a single-chip TV solution with dedicated features such as 3D comb filter, component input for HDTV signals, and LVDS outputs
2010-01-21 Setting the stage for 3D TV
The consumer electronics industry is looking at its future through a pair of stereo 3D glasses. The left eye sees an opportunity to revive sagging TV and media revenues, the right eye sees a set of unresolved technical issues
2008-02-13 SanDisk, SK Telecom team on card-based mobile TV solution
SanDisk and SK Telecom have completed the development of a new solution for mobile TV and mobile personal video recorder capability
2004-01-16 Sand Video crafts core for mobile TV
Sand Video has launched a licensable H.264 core designed specifically for mobile TV and other video applications on cellphones, PDAs and automobile navigation systems
2007-04-18 Samsung, Nokia team on mobile TV interoperability
Samsung Electronics and Nokia announced they will work to achieve interoperability among their DVB-H enabled mobile devices and the open standards based Nokia network services system.
2015-03-04 Samsung, LG, Sony dominate LCD TV space
The three companies gained market share and increased their YoY shares of LCD TV shipments by about 11 per cent in 2014, consequently expanding their influence over certain panel sizes this year, said IHS
2006-03-27 Samsung targets AM OLEDs at mobile TV phones
South Korea's Samsung SDI said it target its fledgling active-matrix (AM) OLED business at high-end mobile TV phones when it launches next January.
2002-01-14 Samsung sets sights on plasma TV market
In a bid to dominate the plasma display panel (PDP) TV market, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd aims to sell 50,000 PDP TV receivers this year, 250,000 units in 2003 and 1 million units in 2005
2007-07-02 Samsung fields multiband mobile TV chipset
Samsung's 65nm multi-standard channel decoder (S3C4F31) and multi-band RF tuner (S5M8602) chipset supports multiple digital mobile TV standards including DVB-H/T, DAB-IP, ISDB-T and terrestrial DMB
2006-03-14 Samsung eyes 20% share of mobile TV phone market
Targeting Europe, Samsung Electronics said it aims to grab 20 percent of the global mobile TV handset industry this year
2004-06-10 Samsung aims to bring TV to the cellphone
Samsung Electro-Mechanics will soon sample DMB receiver modules that will allow consumers to view terrestrial and satellite transmissions on mobile systems.
2004-10-04 Renesas to take over SuperH business from STMicro
Japan's Renesas Technology Corp. has agreed with Europe's STMicroelectronics NV to take over ST's share of ownership in the SuperH CPU core licensing business of SuperH Inc., a joint venture company with STMicro
2006-04-26 Receiver tailored for business TV, private satellite networks
Wegener, a provider of products for TV, audio and data distribution networks, announced the Unity 550 enterprise media receiver
2007-05-01 RadioScape picks Blackfin for mobile TV platform
DAB software developer RadioScape has chosen ADI's Blackfin processor as its mobile-TV platform and will share its extensive DAB knowledge with ADI to build mobile-TV receivers
2008-05-06 Qualcomm demos MediaFLO for in-car mobile TV
Qualcomm has demonstrated what it claims to be the first-ever MediaFLO broadcast over the air to an in-vehicle entertainment system.
2010-12-03 Qualcomm CEO holds on to mobile TV dreams
Despite the limited audience so far of Qualcomm's MediaFlo service, Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm, still believe in mobile TV, and that it's just a question of exactly how it will happen and with which technology
2009-01-21 Programmable broadband heightens PC TV hype
After searching many years for the yet-to-blossom mobile TV handset market, vendors are increasingly shifting their focus to the PC-TV market
2005-06-02 Philips, Asus to deliver motherboard with TV reception
Royal Philips Electronics announced that Asus is using its advanced solution for analog TV to deliver motherboard with TV reception
2004-06-07 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2003-11-07 Philips module targets notebooks, LCD TV receivers
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced what it claims is the world smallest analog low profile multi-system video module for notebook, LCD-TV and handheld multimedia products
2004-06-07 Philips launches front-end module for analog, digital TV
Philips launched a new front-end module for reception of analog and digital TV
2005-12-30 Philips boosts stake in China TV maker
A Chinese business unit of Royal Philips Electronics NV will buy an additional 5 percent stake in Chinese television and mobile phone maker TCL Corp
2006-06-08 PCI Express Bridge takes TV to laptops
Philips's new chip supports four digital streams, allowing PC-TV viewers to simultaneously watch, record and preview TV images
2005-08-12 PC-TV tuner market to post $3.7B hike in 2009
In 2009, the worldwide retail value of the PC-TV tuner market is expected to reach $3.7 billion, with a compound annual growth rate of 42.6 percent, reports In-Stat
2012-07-16 Pay-TV operators struggle with new connected mediums
Pay-TVs are experiencing difficulties matching up with new connected mediums due to slow moving business models and ancient set-top box technologies
2008-02-19 Optimism stirs in mobile TV market
Calling 2007 'a rock-bottom year' for mobile TV, DiBcom CEO Yannick Levy said he is hoping that things will start to get a little better this year
2011-11-30 Online videos to boost Internet TV uptake
A recent study reveals that 45 percent of consumers in India and China use the Internet for searching TV content
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