LG Electronics reports 45 percent plunge
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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. 

Sharp’s finances out of focus
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I see red, I see red, I see red

The Japanese Nikkei is prediction that the telly maker Sharp is about to swing into an operating loss during the April to June quarter.

Sony reveals skinny 4K TV prices
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Android TV MediaTek quad SoC inside

At CES Sony's range of incredibly skinny TVs, were attracting a lot of attention.

Apple TV is cannibalising Mac
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Which shows the Mac's key use

In a story which was supposed to show Apple TV giving streaming-media box companies a kicking, CNET accidently revealed that the low powered, low function product is actually damaging Jobs' Mob's sales of Macs.

Apple TV service delay
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Jobs Mob can't get broadcasters

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempt to enter the set-top market is fast going the way of Intel's failed attempt.

Apple TV was a myth which mythed all its targets
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Hail hydra 

When anyone says that Apple has run out of ideas, someone in the Tame Apple Press starts to talk about Jobs' Mob's television plans and how they are going to "game change" the entertainment business.

Sony shows off 4K telly range
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Into the normal price range

Sony has been showing off its comprehensive 4K Ultra HD TV lineup for those who want to be in advance of everyone else. 

New Apple TV will not stream 4K
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Cutting edge? Not likely

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that there is no point being cutting edge and expensive when you can peddle old technology and still charge an arm and a leg.

Demand for 4K/UHD TVs to go through the roof
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FutureSource predicts 72% CAGR

Demand for ultra-high definition (UDH or 4K) television sets is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 72% thru 2018.

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