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Ultra HD TVs expected to be new TV standard in 2014
  • As Ultra HD TVs are gaining popularity in the market due to their increased resolution and decreased pricing, coupled with vendors' plans to work more closely with content provides, consumers can expect to see the TVs take off in 2014.

    Last update: Monday 9 September 2013 [6 news items]

Digitimes Research: New developments in the Digital Home industry emerge

Sep 9, 22:25

The Digital Home industry saw developments in August 2013 when CBS' Showtime Networks announced it is syncing its Sho Sync app to new LG Internet-connected sets that come equipped...

TV shipments in China not picking up in 2H13

Sep 9, 21:58

TV shipments in China are expected to take a hit in the third and fourth quarters of 2013 largely due to the discontinuation of LCD TV subsidies by the local government, which also...

Taiwan market: LG hopes to ship 1,000 Ultra HD TVs in 2013

Sep 9, 15:06

LG Electronics hopes to sell 1,000 Ultra HD TV sets in the Taiwan market throughout the rest of 2013, according to the company.

Ultra HD TV pricing in China expected to drop to that of Full HD units by October

Sep 2, 15:41

Ultra HD TV pricing in China is likely to drop to that of Full HD units for the October 1 holiday period in China, according to market observers.

CSOT aims to ship 100,000 Ultra HD TV panels in October

Aug 30, 10:57

China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT) aims to ship 100,000 Ultra HD TV panels in October 2013, according to industry sources.

Sony leads in Ultra HD TV market in 1H13

Aug 28, 11:52

Sony led rival brands to capture a 37.8% share of the global Ultra HD TV market in the first half of 2013, according to DisplaySearch. LG Electronics ranked second with a 14.2%, as...

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    Mobile + telecom | 1h 31min ago

  • Lof Solar sues Sunshine PV for alleged patent infringement

    Green energy | 1h 39min ago

  • TV panel growth estimated at 3.4% in 2015, says WitsView

    Displays | 1h 46min ago

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  • China market: LeTV aims to ship 3-4 million own-brand LCD TVs in 2015

    Displays | 1h 54min ago

  • G-Tech to expand 3D-forming glass capacity

    Displays | 1h 56min ago

  • PSI to list on Taiwan emerging stock market

    Bits + chips | 2h 10min ago

  • Global semiconductor market set for strongest growth in four years in 2014, says IHS

    Bits + chips | 2h 11min ago

  • Faraday and Fresco Logic jointly develop 55nm USB 3.1 host controller, says report

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 2h 36min ago

  • Computex 2015 out of booths

    IT + CE | Dec 22, 21:58

  • Taiwan attracts foreign direct investment of over US$4.4 billion in January-November, says MOEA

    Bits + chips | Dec 22, 21:56

  • Taiwan November export order value down sequentially, up on year, says MOEA

    Bits + chips | Dec 22, 21:54

  • Panasonic said to shut down last PCB factory

    Bits + chips | Dec 22, 21:47

  • HLMC said to invest NT$100 billion to build new fab

    Bits + chips | Dec 22, 21:36

  • Sugon unveils new China-developed cloud computing operating system

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:23

  • Mitsui Chemical and SKC to merge polyurethane material businesses

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:22

  • Digitimes Research: China OGS touch panel makers hiking GFF capacity

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:21

  • Server PCB specialist Allied Circuit positive about 2015

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:16

  • UTAC to set up 12-inch wafer level packaging line in Taiwan

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:16

  • MediaTek shipments for 4G smartphones to exceed 30 million units in 2014, says report

    Before Going to Press | Dec 22, 21:11

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