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09/10/2013 - A Retro Design for Seiki’s New HDTV
Retro TVs have gained a lot of attention in the recent past. This might be nostalgia for a time and age when TVs actually looked good. Recently, LG has gone retro with the retro inspired flat panel featuring the ‘70s wood grain look. Seiki has also chosen to go double retro on their new HDTV that goes back to the iMac era in the ‘90s.

19/09/2013 - Samsung Unleashes its 55-Inch Curved OLED TV on European Market for 7999 Euros
Tech giants Samsung and LG are at their usual sparring again. As expected, Samsung was not one to trail behind LG for long in terms of its curved OLED debut in Europe.

19/08/2013 - LG goes Retro and Incorporates Rotary Dials in New HDTV
LG are renowned for their next-generation gadgetry. This time they have chosen to go retro with their new LG 32LN630R HDTV. The 32-inch LCD set boasts a full HD resolution and it comes with support for USB drives and MHL.

18/08/2013 - LG's 55-inch Super-Thin Curved OLED TV Hits Best Buy at $14,999
Back at CES, LG was more than happy to tease that curved OLED HDTV. And now the company has announced its OLED HDTV is bringing revolutionary display technology to the U.S. market through its exclusive launch partner Best Buy. The super-thin curved screens, model 55EA9800, are available through Magnolia Stores inside Best Buy for just shy of 15 grand.

08/07/2013 - Virgin Media launches Play Games portal for TiVo

Virgin Media launches Play Games portal for TiVo

Many of us don't see TiVos as game consoles, but Virgin Media would beg to differ -- there have been over a million game sessions this year on its edition of the DVR. Accordingly, it just launched a Play Games portal to court this growing audience. Besides putting games in one handy location, the hub saves game states and ranks favorite titles. Virgin is also recruiting more developers to expand Play Games' fledgling catalog. While the casual gaming focus is unlikely to stop serious players from pre-ordering an Xbox One or PS4, it may be enough to keep TiVo owners on the couch long after their favorite show is over.

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13/06/2013 - Ubitus' GameNow Cloud Gaming Now Available for LG Smart TVs in the US
It seems that LG understands that TV gaming is more important than other TV manufacturers realize. LG just launched its Beta Ubitus' GameNow Service, allowing Smart TV owners in the US to enjoy the fun of gaming through a streaming game portal.

10/08/2012 - Logitech's HDTV Webcam Enables Home Theater Skype Connection
Logitech has long led the industry in wireless technology, with a mouse and keyboard sure to be found in most offices and homes in America. Now they’re launching pushing into new wireless territory with the TV Cam HD, a webcam that can be mounted on your home theater system.

27/07/2012 - LG Launches 4K HDTV in Korea
LG has long been an industry leader in the high-end HDTV market, leading the way with well-reviewed releases and cutting edge technology. While here in the U.S. we may have to wait a while longer for their next big release, it seems that customers in Korea are finally going to be able to purchase a long anticipated offering from the international company.

06/06/2012 - Elgato Game Capture HD hands-on

Elgato Game Capture HD handson

Elgato first announced its Game Capture HD device mere weeks ago, but since the thing went on sale earlier this month, we hadn't gotten a chance to see it in the flesh. Naturally, given E3's all-things-gaming nature, Elgato brought the device to E3 and we got a chance to get our hands on one. In case you forgot, the Game Capture HD's a lightweight, palm-sized device that plugs in between your Xbox or PS3 and your TV to capture footage of you pwning family and friends. It then converts the footage into Elgato's preferred H.264 format and dumps it on your PC or Mac so you can share your gaming exploits with the world. Still not ready to drop $200 on the thing? Perhaps our gallery of pics can persuade you.

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03/01/2012 - LG Unveils World’s Largest OLED TV
LG will present the future of TV technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with the unveiling of the world’s largest OLED TV with a display size of 55 inches. By incorporating the company’s 4-Color Pixels and Color Refiner features with LG Display’s advanced OLED panels, LG OLED TV generates the most natural colors of any TV set at a much lower price point than could have been achieved using the standard manufacturing process.

16/05/2011 - Elgato offers HDHomeRun TV tuner bundled with its EyeTV software for $180
Elgato has been pushing EyeTV for Mac software alongside its own various TV tuner devices for a while now, but if you prefer Silicondust's HDHomeRun it's added a new package to the list of offerings. For $179.95 the dual-tuner HDHomeRun comes with EyeTV3 software for Mac, drivers for a PC and the requisite cables for you to watch some TV on your computer. It's not a major leap for the hardware or software involved, but if you're a fan of both they're now available in one convenient package at the Apple Store, Amazon and other retailers.

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13/12/2010 - LG Unveils E90 LED Monitor
LG has just unveiled its new E90 monitor, the company's slimmest LED monitor to date at just 7.2 mm in depth. It will be available starting this month in select markets.

09/03/2010 - Elgato rolls out smaller, Windows 7-supporting EyeTV Hybrid
Elgato's original EyeTV Hybrid USB tuner wasn't exactly oversized, but the company has nonetheless managed shrink things down a bit for the device's latest revision, and it's added some Windows 7 support for good measure. Most of the size reduction comes from ditching the analog connector found on the previous model (you'll still get an adapter), and you'll also now get a sturdier aluminum enclosure that stays in line with the company's Mac-only roots. Otherwise, you'll get the same support for over-the-air HD broadcasts as before, along with Elgato's EyeTV 3 software, and an included remote control -- all for the same $150 that the original model cost.

Elgato rolls out smaller, Windows 7-supporting EyeTV Hybrid originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 09 Mar 2010 16:43:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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13/01/2010 - Elgato's EyeTV One sticks to ATSC, leaves analog out in the cold
Looking to catch some of those OTA HDTV signals that your local affiliate is beaming through your brain of late? Well, Elgato's EyeTV One would like to show your PC or Mac how, but you'd better not get any wild ideas about plugging into some of your old analog sources like cable or your VCR. Just don't. The EyeTV One is billed as a cheaper, stripped-down alternative to the EyeTV Hybrid, and at around $100 (on certain online retailers) it's about $30 cheaper. Is erasing your sordid past with analog technologies worth saving $30 to you? Do you really want to spend five hours tonight adjusting your OTA antenna to catch CSI: The Real Housewives of Jersey Shore in HD? So many questions that need answering.

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13/01/2010 - Elgato's EyeTV One sticks to ATSC, leaves analog out in the cold
Looking to catch some of those OTA HDTV signals that your local affiliate is beaming through your brain of late? Well, Elgato's EyeTV One would like to show your PC or Mac how, but you'd better not get any wild ideas about plugging into some of your old analog sources like cable or your VCR. Just don't. The EyeTV One is billed as a cheaper, stripped-down alternative to the EyeTV Hybrid, and at around $100 (on certain online retailers) it's about $30 cheaper. Is erasing your sordid past with analog technologies worth saving $30 to you? Do you really want to spend five hours tonight adjusting your OTA antenna to catch CSI: The Real Housewives of Jersey Shore in HD? So many questions that need answering.

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05/01/2010 - Skype Teams Up with TV Makers and Goes HD

Skype announced support for Skype video calls on PCs in 720p high definition, as well as Skype software embedded into internet-connected widescreen televisions from its consumer electronics manufacturer partners.

The latest version of Skype for Windows can deliver up to 720p HD-quality video calling at 1280 x 720 resolution, at up to 30 frames per second.

At CES, Skype also announced partnerships with LG and Panasonic to offer Skype–enabled HDTVs. Skype software will be embedded into Panasonic’s line of 2010 VIERA CAST-enabled HDTVs and LG’s 26 new LCD and plasma HDTVs with NetCast Entertainment Access.


15/12/2009 - LG Teams Up with SkyLife to Take the Lead in 3D TV

LG announced a partnership with Korea Digital Satellite Broadcasting – SkyLife, one of the biggest 3D content providers.

The company says the partnership will focus on developing technology that helps produce 3D images that don’t cause eye strain or dizziness - an issue that has plagued previous technologies.

SkyLife aims to be the top digital satellite 3D broadcaster in Korea. The company plans to invest USD 25 million in creating 3D content in collaboration with LG.




03/12/2009 - LG Rolls Out 3D LCDs with Full HD Resolution

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announced the world’s first commercial launch of 3D LCD panel boasting full HD resolution.

The new product is a 23-inch 3D monitor LCD panel for use with shutter glasses that delivers full HD resolution. LG syas it offers picture quality that is almost twice as crisp as HD 3D displays currently available in the market.

19/10/2009 - Large-Sized LCD Panel Business Becomes Profitable Again

After a year of losing money or generating zero return, the global large-sized LCD panel business returned to profitability in the third quarter, according to iSuppli’s latest research.

Analysts say the main reason LCD panels have not been profitable for so long is the market’s extreme state of oversupply, which resulted in LCD panel pricing that was below manufacturing costs.
LG Display was the world’s largest seller of large-sized LCD panels in the second quarter of 2009, accounting for 25.3 percent of shipments.



30/07/2009 - LG Integrates Broadcom Bluetooth Technology, Enables HDTVs to Connect with Mobiles and Headsets

LG Electronics has integrated Broadcom's advanced Bluetooth technology into a new line of digital televisions (DTVs) that are now shipping.
Having Bluetooth connectivity in its LH70 TV line of digital televisions allows the sets to connect with a wide range of Bluetooth devices, such as wireless stereo headphones and cell phones.

17/07/2009 - LG's XF1 500GB multimedia hard drive touts HDMI, shimmery case

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LG's XF1 500GB multimedia hard drive tauts HDMI, shimmery case
Looking for an external hard drive with a flashy color-shifting case, reasonably stout multimedia credentials, and a website with an outrageously long flash intro? Look no further than LG's XF1, a 500GB machine with a USB interface and HDMI output to stream some high-def content straight to your set -- but at a maximum of 1080i. It'll do AVI, Xvid, and MPEGs 1, 2, and 4 along with your typical audio codecs, but conspicuously absent on the video side are H.264 and MKV, meaning it's not exactly the comprehensive playback device you might be looking for if you haven't gotten around to standardizing your downloads to a single encoding. (Guilty.) In fact, it sounds almost exactly like Iomega's 500GB ScreenPlay in a slimmer, sexier case, and when it comes to perfecting your home theater does anything other than sexiness matter? Well... maybe price and availability, but sadly those are pieces of intel LG isn't sharing just yet.

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15/05/2009 - Samsung and LG cooperating on OLED R&D

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Though they make strange bedfellows indeed, with the OLED competition heating up daily, Samsung and LG are partnering in R&D work on display processing and source technology for core materials. Exactly what this OLED deposition equipment does for making flat panel TVs we don't know, but with more than a few waiting on new tech for our next televisions this can't come a moment too soon.

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14/05/2009 - Epix Network Offers HD Movie Streaming Service

Epix plans to offer full-length HD movies over the Internet using a dynamic-streaming feature from Akamai Technologies' content-distribution network.
The movie service, created by Viacom, MGM and Lionsgate, previously said it was launching as a broadband-video service in May, followed by the linear cable channel in October.

23/04/2009 - LG and DivX Announce First HDTVs With DivX HD 1080p Playback

LG Electronics' new range of HDTVs will be capable of playing full DivX HD 1080p videos.
The company says the upcoming models will be the first device series capable of doing this - enabling consumers to play DivX HD videos from a PC or the Internet through a USB slot.

22/01/2009 - Flat-panel TV Price Falls Factor In LG Losses

Pricing pressure for flat-panel TVs was among the factors given as LG Electronics reported a net loss for the fourth quarter, ended 31 December.
On a parent-company basis, LG reported sales of USD $4.84 billion for the quarter, an operating loss of USD $228 million and a net loss of USD $493 million.

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