The company says its 27-inch curved LCD display provides a more immersive viewing experience for PC gaming and video streaming.
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The vast majority of the growth in 4K LCD TVs is being driven by China, and while shipments to countries outside of China more than doubled during the fourth quarter, Chinese brands comprised 84 percent of global 4K TV shipments in 2013 and 80 percent of 4K TV shipments in the fourth quarter.
Japanese electronics giant announces plans to "reform" its PC and TV businesses, which will include the sale of its Vaio portfolio to Japan Industrial Partners and headcount slashed by 5,000.
While PC OEMs made steep cuts in panel demand, Apple's demand grew by 76 percent during July, buoyed by demand for the MacBook Air.
Panel makers responsible for producing panels 9-inch and larger have trimmed 7 percent off the estimated shipment total for the year at a time of year when demand is expected to be strongest.
Toshiba intends to cut away unprofitable sectors over the past few years due to weakening consumer demand.
Korean electronics giant Samsung has taken a three percent stake in Sharp to protect its supply of LCD screens for tablets, notebooks and TVs.
UPDATED. HP's mobile operating system webOS, which met an untimely demise thanks to the poor management show at the PC maker, will live on—in smart TVs and not in smartphones.
Forget post-PC. Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth envisions a future where the smartphone is the brain of your tablet as well as your laptop and even your TV set, all connected to the cloud.
Could revamping the television industry help Intel in the face of a struggling PC market?
Confusion remains over which TV makers and how much they will receive from the US$56 million penalty--$27 million of which has been earmarked as compensation--paid by Samsung and other companies over price-fixing.
Four are best; forget the rest. The PC, smartphone, tablet and TV categories are growing as all other types of electronics are shrinking, Accenture says. But it's anyone's game.
Shares of the struggling Japanese electronics giant jump after it announces upping production of its latest liquid crystal display (LCD) while seeking supply contracts with PC manufacturers.
Motorola has confirmed that Webtop, technology that allowed some of its Android smartphones to be docked to a PC, notebook or TV hub, is dead. Cause of death listed is weak adoption, but cost cuts are also likely to be a reason.
The company is now producing a new range of panels that will give smartphone screens the same pixel density of full HD-LCD TVs. What does this mean for the firm's future?
LCD and TV panel maker Sharp has said it plans to cut 2,000 jobs by the end of the year.
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