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TV Sets Domestic Consumption - Country LevelJuly 27, 2020The “TV Sets Domestic Consumption – Country Level” database provides total consumption data segmented by country level installed base, shipments, domestic consumption, revenues and TV households for 86 countries across 8 regions including Asia Pacific, China, Eastern Europe, Japan, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, North America and Western EuropeSubscribers Only
Telefonica and Yoigo increase cooperationAugust 01, 2013Telefónica and Yoigo plan to increase their cooperation across the broadband, mobile, and mutliplay sectors. In the mobile sector, Yoigo's national 2G and 3G roaming access to Telefónica's...
Telefonica seeks alternatives to smartphone duopolyJuly 01, 2013Spanish multinational operator Telefonica has announced a marketing partnership to promote sales of Microsoft's Windows Phone handsets in selected markets. As part of the one year agreement,...
LG announced deal to acquire WebOSFebruary 28, 2013LG Electronics announced on February 25, 2013 the acquisition of the WebOS operating system from HP, to be used in its Smart TVs starting early 2014. With this deal LG will obtain the source code,...
Smart TV OutlookFebruary 28, 2013 Subscribers Only
TV Sets Insight Report - CES Television Technology Trends 2013February 13, 2013LG Electronics and Samsung will begin shipments of 55 inch OLED TVs during the first half on 2013, and plan to launch curved models in the second half, while Japanese manufacturers Sony and Panasonic get one step ahead in technological innovation with the introduction of 4K OLED TV prototypes. Demonstrations of up-scaling technology for UHD TVs prove that lack of native 4K content may not be such a problem after all. Smart TV models from major brands keep evolving.Subscribers Only