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Vizio to Take Funai to Court

Vizio has filled an antitrust an unfair competition lawsuit against Funai. Vizio claims that Funai is
“acting alone and in concert with others, unlawfully restrained trade and monopolized the market for the licensing of technology used to interpret and retrieve information from a digital television broadcast signal, as well as the market for digital television sets and receivers. read more…

EPSON To Donate 10 PowerLite W6 Projectors

Epson America Inc., one of the global leaders in manufacturing projectors has decided to donate 10 new Epson PowerLite W6 Projectors to the Florida Digital Educator program’s Master Digital Educators. read more…

Sooloos Launches Home Media Line

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Sooloos, the famous home media developer, is proud to expand its high-end home media offerings to include a new audio server, storage devices and a USB-enabled 25-disc CD auto-importer.

The first among the new offerings of Sooloos is the Sooloos Ensemble. read more…

Netflix Passes the 10 Million Subscribers Mark

Economic crisis? Well Netflix doesn’t seem to care about it. The business is going great and the subscribers are rolling in. Perhaps the economic crisis is just the thing that keeps people indoors and make them want to watch more movies. read more…

Vizio To Cease Plasma TV Manufacture

vizio-42-inch-plasma-hdtv You may not be able to watch your favorite HD movie on a new Vizio Plasma TV anymore. The company is planning to shut its Plasma TV division on account of poor sales in comparison to LCD TV sales. However, consumers will still be able to order Vizio Plasma’s on the Company’s Website, till the stocks last. read more…

HP Integrates HDTVs and Media Center Extender

HP, world’s leading manufacturer of digital products, has recently announced that it is the first company to release Microsoft’s Media Center Extender capability to an Internet-connected TV. read more…

DTV Transition Date Back to February 17

I bet you were not expecting this folks, especially if you’re one of the 6.5 million Americans not ready for that much debated DTV transition. The House of Representatives didn’t pass the delay bill we’ve been talking about. read more…

Netflix Movies: Streamed or Mailed?


So how do you like your Netflix movies? Would you rather have them mailed to you or do you prefer having them streamed over? I would pass on the mail thing since streaming videos is almost hassle free. read more…

Miller Ready to Deliver One-Second Commercial at Super Bowl XLIII

The Super Bowl is one of the most watched events and advertising companies have been taking advantage of it for quite a while now. A 30-second spot for Super Bowl commercial can cost as much as 3 million dollars. read more…

LCD Price Fixing Conspiracy? LG and Chunghwa Picture Tubes to Go to Jail?

There’s nothing wrong with a little LCD price fixing is there? Or that’s what some LG and Chunghwa Picture Tube execs thought. They have confessed to being involved in it and now they will enter a plea agreement with the US Department of Justice. read more…

Click to Download Available from YouTube… Finally!

I am sure you can find a way or two to download stuff from YouTube, but the truth is that YouTube not offering one official download option was pretty annoying. If you haven’t spotted it already, YouTube has taken a new approach to the whole download thing. read more…

Hawaii Flips the Switch, Analog TV is Out

Hawaii is the first state in the U.S. to make the switch from analog TV to digital. This Thursday at noon all 20 stations of the state were broadcasting an analog signal saying that ”All full-power Hawaii TV stations are now digital. read more…

ArcSofts Blu-ray Player Receives DTS Surround Sensation Certification

ArcSoft, Inc. has declared that ArcSoft TotalMedia™ theatre has achieved DTS Surround Sensation certification from DTS, Inc. The ArcSoft totalmedia theatre is capable of providing superb and excellent audio experience to users with the help of DTS technology. read more…

Pioneer ousts Samsung in plasma-patent case

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It looks like the US judicial system takes no sides, recently forcing Samsung to pay Pioneer a sum of $59,351,480. But why would anyone be forced to pay such a ridiculous sum of money?

Well, Samsung recently lost against Pioneer in a patent battle with Pioneer claiming that Samsung willingly infringed on two of Pioneer’s plasma patents. read more…

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