Sears Holdings announced what the company identifies and is promoting as the top three trends in televisions for 2011.
Sonic Solutions announced that Sears has officially launched its RoxioNow-powered online movie download service, Alphaline Entertainment.
XpanD announced that its Universal 3D Glasses ($129.99) are now available through Sears in the United States.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced that consumers will have an opportunity to see live 3D HDTV programming this weekend at electronics retailers across the United States.
J.D. Power and Associates announced that according to research contained in its 2010 Television Mystery Shopping Report, the proportion of salespeople who discuss 3D television technology with shoppers at major electronics retailers has increased substantially during the first six months of 2010 but the rates of growth vary widely by retailer.
Sears and Kmart announced plans to launch Alphaline Entertainment powered by RoxioNow. According to the statement, through a multi-year agreement with Sonic Solutions, the Alphaline Entertainment platform will offer Sears and Kmart customers on-demand entertainment via a range of internet-connected devices including HDTVs, Blu-ray Disc players, computers and handheld technologies.
Sonic Solutions announced that it has entered into an agreement with Sears Holdings to provide consumers access to Hollywood entertainment on a range of Internet-connected devices including TVs, Blu-ray Disc players and mobile phones.