LCD TV sales will be flat next year
Published in News

Not going to pick up next year

There is no end in sight to the slack sales of LCD TVs.

Apple rejects security app because it mentions Apple insecurity
Published in News

Chaos shows that Apple TV will be as slanted as Fox

It is starting to look like Apple TV will be heavily censored to conform Jobs’ Mob marketing.

TV news takes a turn for the worst
Published in News

Apple fanboys replace real cameras with iPhones

There is always a great danger when an Apple fanboy gets control of a hardware budget and a Swiss television station is going to find out the hard way.

Mediatek wants to push power management
Published in Motherboards

Targeting TV and smartphones

Beancounters at Digitimes research claim that Mediatek's moves to buy Richtek Technology will help the analog IC vendor to push its power management (PWM) gear to the smartphone and TV panel sectors.

Apple TV is out $149 with no 4K support
Published in Wearables

Speaks Siri, has touch remote 

Apple seems to think that it is all about apps when it comes to the TV, but sorry it is and it will always be about content. 

LG Launches More OLED HDR TV Stunners
Published in News

OLED, 4K, HDR, 4.8mm thin. Ingredients for awesome.

After several years of basically no news, the TV market is exciting again. LG wants to be a leader of the pack and they've announced several amazing new products in the 4K OLED HDR TV lineup.

Apple's TV service on hold
Published in News

As expected

Apple's over-hyped television service has been put on ice, pretty much like we expected.

Brits prefer smartphones
Published in Mobiles

Overtaken laptops

The British regulator Ofcom has said that smartphones have overtaken laptops as the preferred way for Britons to go online.

Apple TV coming out
Published in News

Same as the old one but thinner

Apple will apparently launch its new Apple TV in September. 

LG Electronics reports 45 percent plunge
Published in News

LG Electronics has confirmed that it had a rubbish second quarter.

The company announced that earnings sank 45 percent over a year earlier as losses widened in its TV business and smartphone sales dried up.