Panasonic recently announced it would no longer manufacture plasma televisions. For many experts in the industry who care deeply about TV picture quality, that came as major news. Here are a few of their reactions, in their own words.
Prototype from Japan's Shinoda is just 1 millimeter thick.
The company that made its name as a low-cost LCD TV maker will return to making only LCD sets.
For the eighth straight year, Amazon takes the No. 1 spot in the ForeSee survey of online shoppers. Apple, meanwhile, had its worst showing in four years.
World's biggest producer of plasma TVs is planning to sell the world's largest plasma TV by early 2007.
In its closing argument, Samsung paints Apple as a company that threatens market competition in the U.S., and in tech at large.
An Apple television has been rumored for some time, and as Jobs' biography has revealed, it is one of his dying wishes. But is it a good idea?
A Japanese plasma manufacturer says it will release a 142-inch plasma panel next year.
A defective capacitor in some Samsung LCD, plasma and DLP TVs is causing the sets to fail.
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