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Hitachi has to halt production due to the tsunami

As we have reported before, the Toshiba plant has been damaged in the recent tsunami and earthquake and had to be shut down.

In a similar manner, Hitachi has had to half production at one of its factories. read more…

LG: mass production of large OLED panels to begin in 2013

LG has announced that it plans to start production of large OLED panels in 2013, with a $226 million expansion of its current OLED plant in China. LG plans to introduce a 31 inch OLED TV on the market later this year, and next year, a 55 inch OLED prototype. read more…

Logitech halting Revue production until Google TV gets a revamp

Is it just me, or is Google TV in big trouble, or is it setting itself up for something even bigger?

I’ve just heard that Gigabyte, the company who makes Revue units for Logitech, is not going to produce any of the units from December 2010 until January 2011. read more…

Production Model Boxee Box Gets Shown Off

The developers behind Boxee have come forth today with a production model Boxee Box that they have just received from D-Link. This new model looks to be just about the same as previous versions we’ve seen minus the new matte finish as opposed to the glossy black finish as featured in said previous versions. read more…

Visionox begins Chinese AMOLED tiral production

AMOLED displays have been getting a good amount of hype as of late but there hasn’t been many (if any at all) affordable implementations of the technology on the market today. That may change in the near future as Visionox, a Chinese manufacturer, has just announced that they will begin a trial production run of AMOLED panels at their Kunshan plant. read more…

Panasonic to Increase 3D HDTV Production

Panasonic has announced they will be increasing production for their 3D HDTV sets thanks to the growing popularity of 3D movies and growing demand for 3DTVs. While the Panasonic VT25 arrived in the US last month, it looks like they have to do better than that. read more…

Panasonic wants to increase 3D panel production by 30 percent

According to U.S. Panasonic TV division chief Hirotoshi, the company has had “a very strong reaction” to 3D TVs. I suppose that isn’t a surprise, really, considering all of the hype. read more…

First 65nm System-on-Chip (SoC) Starts Mass Production

At least for China Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting, NewPort Media will be mass producing the first 65nm System-on-Chip (SoC) which integrates a RF tuner, demodulator, memory as well as Mobile Broadcast Business Management System (MBBMS) conditional access functions. read more…

LG Teases HD 3D LCD HDTV Monitor Production

LG Electronics has announced that they are in the midst of production of a 23” LCD monitor that can reportedly display 3D images in full HD resolution. The monitor can actually display in between 2D and 3D although you may need a pair of shutter glasses to really appreciate 3D viewing. read more…

Samsung showcases production ready OLED TVs

Samsung has finally come out and announced that their 14.1 and 31 inch OLED TVs are ready to enter production.

These production AMOLED TVs are set to go on display this week during SID 2009. For those who don’t know the 31 inch model will feature 1080p resolution (1,920 x 1,080), and a 1 million:1 contrast ratio all crammed into a 8. read more…

Panasonic Set to Develop Professional 3D Production System

Panasonic has caught the 3D bug and has reportedly commenced in developing its own 3D rendering production system. The system, which is expected to be the first of its kind in the industry, consists of a twin-lens P2 professional camera recorder and a 3D-compatible High Definition Plasma display. read more…

Samsung Starts Production on Ultra-Slim Edge-Lit LED Backlit HDTVs

Samsung will be soon unveiling new ultra-slim LCD panels with something to add. The added bonus is the edge-lit LED backlighting. Samsung offers lighter weight and thinner designs compared to standard direct-lit LED LCDs, and moreover, a 55-inch Samsung HDTV with edge-lit LED backlighting “uses up to 40 percent less power than conventional LCD TVs. read more…

Pioneer To Cease TV Production

Pioneer announced it will cease production of its HDTVs by March 2010.  Its third quarter earnings were poor and the Japanese company will be cutting over 10,000 jobs. Many consider Pioneer’s HDTVs, especially the Kuro line, to be the best looking on the market however their TVs are often considered to be less energy efficient an more expensive than LCD sets from other makers such as Samsung and Sony. read more…

Pioneer Stops TV Production

Pioneer developed the very first DVD player in 1996, but announced recently that it will halt development of TVs from here forward, and will also shift production of DVD players to a joint venture with Sharp Corp. read more…

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