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Traditional TV Market Continues to Slowdown in 3Q13

Published on November 8, 2013, in Smart TV, Tablets.

The cord cutting phenomenon seems to be extending beyond cable subscriptions.An IHS report projects that global TV shipments are expected to fall from 238.3 million units in 2012 to 226.7 million in 2013. This follows a decline from 2011 to 2012 of 7%, and although sales were expected to pick up slightly this year, the original estimate of a 2% decrease

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Come Visit Us at CES Unveiled TEL AVIV

The first CES Unveiled show in Israel is set to start tomorrow and the StorageLook will be presenting at the VBox Communication booth. VBox is launching at the show their first retail TV Gateway product family the V@Home. The VBox TV Gateway is set to change how we distribute live  TV content across the household.

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Demand for MicroSD Diminishing Says Phison

Published on March 15, 2013, in Cards.

Demand for flash-based microSD cards will drop significantly as feature phones are gradually losing ground to smartphones, which will result in a dwindling NAND flash memory controller market, according to Khein Seng Pua, chairman of Phison Electronics. Feature phones utilize mainly 4GB microSD cards – still a major market for NAND flash controller suppliers, said

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Etron to Hit 10 Million USB 3.0 Flash Drive Controller Milestone in 2013

Etron Technology of Taiwan fabless IC design and product company, is expected to see its cumulative shipments of USB 3.0 Flash Drive (UFD) controllers surpass 10 million units in 2013, up significantly from the current one million units reached, according to the company. Etron indicated that the company’s recently-launched EV2669 and EV1669 USB 3.0 Flash Device controllers

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Tepid Future Continues to Gloom CE Market

IHS iSuppli released their Consumer Electronic (CE) shipments market tracker report with outlook. The CE market is pulling out of the current slump but  it is still faces long-term issues  that will impact the revenue growth. The Consumer Electronics market goes through a predictable annual cycle. While children may eagerly await the final month of the year, for suppliers

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Lexar Announces Development of XQD Memory Card

Published on July 18, 2012, in Cards.

XQD memory cards are based on the PCI Express®, which offers 2.5Gb per second performance today with plans for 5Gb per second performance in the future. The format was first announced in November 2010 by SanDisk, Sony and Nikon, and was immediately endorsed by the CompactFlash Association and set as the future of format for CompactFlash as it supports faster transfer rates and

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NPD Compares The Future of TV to That of the Landline Phone

Published on July 14, 2012, in Smart TV.

NPD released an interesting article comparing the future of TV to the dying landline phone market. As mobile phones success came at the expense of the landline market NPD projects that Cable TV and DVR will be replaced by TV-On-Demand services such as Netflix, Hulu or even renting shows from iTunes or Amazon. The change to personalized

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Microsoft Shows Cracks in its OEM Pricing Strategy

After launching its own Tablet and hearing complains from its partners that they are unable to compete against the iPAD and Android Tablets with its original $85 Windows RT pricing, Microsoft showed a move to the right direction and reduce the Windows RT OEM price to $50-65. According to DigiTimes, Microsoft has updated its licensing

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Loewe Officially Denies The Rumors of Apple Acquisition

Published on June 15, 2012, in Rumor, Smart TV.

German HDTV maker Loewe AG has denied that it is in talks with Apple about a potential $113 million buyout of the company. In an interview published on German website Heise on Sunday the company’s spokesman claimed there was “absolutely nothing to” the rumor. An unconfirmed tip provided to AppleInsider on Saturday claimed that the company’s board of directors was due to make a

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LG TV Just Got a Whole Lot More Fun

Published on June 6, 2012, in Press Release, Smart TV.

OnLive announced during the E3 conference in LA that it has team up with LG’s TV sets to launch its newly cloud-based entertainment social gaming service called OnLive Viewer. The service is based on Google TV and will be available on LG’s G2 Google TV sets and OnLive promised that it will soon deliver full console quality gaming experience. “It’s always been our

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