LG Electronics announced that it will introduce 55-inch and 65-inch Ultra High-Definition 4K televisions at CES 2013.
Panasonic announced pricing for its 2012 line of camcorders, which debuted at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.
IHS iSuppli announced it forecasts that global shipments of AMOLED televisions will reach 2.1 million sets in 2015, which will account for roughly 1% of the flat-panel TV market.
Funai Electric announced that it will continue to be the exclusive licensee for Philips consumer televisions and video products in North America, Mexico and select Latin American countries.
Sony Electronics announced several new additions to its line of SD flash memory cards.
Blackmagic Design announced its new Intensity Shuttle video capture and playback device, which features Thunderbolt technology.
Kingston Digital announced a number of portable flash storage products aimed at notebook, tablet and smartphone users.
Verizon and Samsung Electronics announced that Samsung will add the Verizon FiOS TV App to its line of Smart TVs and Blu-ray Disc (BD) players in 2012.
Sony Europe announced its 2012 lineup of Blu-ray Disc (BD) players and home cinema systems.
LG Electronics announced that it received nine awards at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Panasonic Corporation announced that it received a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for its P2 video recording format.
Samsung Electronics announced that its 55-inch Super OLED TV was well received by the press at CES 2012.
Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and XPAND 3D announced that the companies will display the initial fruits of their Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative at CES 2012.
BitTorrent announced that Antik Technology is launching the first BitTorrent certified Set-Top Box (STB).
Rovi Corporation announced that it is hosting demonstrations of its Rovi Cloud Services at CES 2012.