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LG.Philips plans supersized touch screens

LCD maker will debut 52-inch multi-touch and a triple-view HDTV.

By January 3, 2008


LG.Philips joins LCD diet trend

Companies display ultra-thin panels at Japan trade show.

By October 19, 2007


LG.Philips posts record loss

LCD maker plans to produce more monitors, fewer TVs, as an oversupply of flat panels leads to price reductions and losses.

By July 11, 2006


LG.Philips Displays ups production of slim CRTs

Company is increasing production of thin CRTs as it looks to compete against makers of flat-panel televisions.

By December 7, 2004


LG Philips lays claim to biggest OLED

Prototype 20.1-inch display is the world's largest OLED, the South Korea-based manufacturer says.

By October 19, 2004


LG Philips gets approval for IPO

The second-largest manufacturer of LCD panels in the world receives domestic regulatory approval to proceed with its initial public offering.

By June 7, 2004


LG Philips sees its screens on TV

The maker of liquid crystal displays wants to grow beyond its flat-panel PC roots into the fast-growing television market.

By November 21, 2002


LG Philips pushes LCDs mainstream

The company opens the doors to a new plant that will help move larger liquid-crystal display monitors into the mass market.

By May 24, 2002


Sony to buy Toyota Industries' stake in LCD ventures

Deal will enable Sony to run LCD makers more efficiently, and allow Toyota affiliates to focus on vehicle components.

By September 26, 2007


Year in review: TVs go bigger, flatter and high-def

LCD TVs are well on their way to becoming the most popular television technology, and HDTV heads into the mainstream.

By December 18, 2006