Syntax-Brillian ceases its TV manufacturing operations and plans to sell its Vivitar digital camera unit.
The Olevia 252T FHD deserves consideration among budget 1080p flat-panel LCDs, but still had a hard time making hay against the better plasmas.
Another small TV maker finds it rough going in the current economic environment for consumer electronics, filing for Chapter 7.
I'm not sure why, but I love this guy's style. And I don't mean his clothes.
TV makers' next best opportunity to increase their business is to go big, according to industry leaders at HDTV conference in Los Angeles.
The big names in LCD TVs retake the sales rankings after being outdone by budget brands last year.
A new report on North American LCD TV sales has Sony and Samsung, among other major names, pulling ahead of Vizio and other lesser-known brands.
Consumer electronics maker picks up the brand name and intellectual property from Syntax-Brillian in a move to expand into the midrange digital-camera market.
As the flat-panel market matures and consumers have less discretionary income, industry observers say to expect an influx of smaller TVs.
The Japanese electronics maker will pay a royalty to sell televisions under the Philips and Magnavox brand names.