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TV market, but mass-market products from each of these names have yet to materialize. This has resulted in consumers increasingly sitting on the sidelines as they await some kind of smart television from tech giants like Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
The LED TV market is witnessing slow and steady growth due to the global trend for energy saving, eco-friendly products and consumer consciousness. The rapidly narrowing price difference between LCD and LED TV is tilting demand in favor of LED TVs.
Sony and Sharp led the Smart TV market two years ago, but the end of Eco-Points program and strong sales at Samsung has kept it ahead of its competitors ever since. LG follows Samsung with 16 percent of the Smart TV market in Q1 2013, and Sony rounds
DisplaySearch report, in terms of total shipment volume, the Group's global LCD TV market share increased from 5.8% in Q4 2012 to 7.3% in Q1 2013, up 1.5 percentage points quarter-on-quarter...In addition, the Group's LCD TV market share in the PRC
CEO Tim Cook says Apple has a "grand vision" for the TV market. Speaking at the D Conference tonight, journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher tried to get him to reveal details about what Apple wants to do with television...However, he did say
T he production of durable products (refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners and conventional television sets) is contracting in India, according to new data released last week...For January, February and September 2012, for instance, the
Wednesday Jan 9, 2013 Not so long ago, buying a flat screen TV meant not seeing a lot of change from $15,000. More recently, flat screen telly prices have imploded with a fairly decent 40" LED backlit, HD capable TV available for the significantly
January 04, 2013 With the annual Consumer Electronics Show just around the corner, speculation about what TV technologies will be highlighted by manufacturers has been growing...TV makers, as well as increased promotion of 4K LCD TVs by
DisplaySearch report, as of the third quarter in 2012, the Group's global LCD TV market share increased from 5.0% in the second quarter in 2012 to 6.7% in the third quarter in 2012, pushing its ranking up to fourth. The Group has maintained its No.1
With the Mac maker's currently depressed valuation, investors are effectively free-riding on the incremental gains the company could see in the TV market that's ripe for disruption...A lot According to a recent research note from Morgan Stanley's