The DVD6C Licensing Group (DVD6C) announced that its authorized licensor, Toshiba Corporation, has terminated its patent license agreement with Premium Disc Corporation.
Microsoft announced it has licensed its exFAT file system to five companies for use in devices that range from high-end camcorders to digital cameras and Android tablets.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it reckons that global TV shipments declined for the second straight quarter, falling 8% year over year in Q2 2012.
Sharp announced that its new 90-inch AQUOS LED/LCD 3DTV (LC-90LE745U) will be available in Europe next summer.
IHS announced it reckons that Samsung shipped more LCD TVs in the first quarter of 2012 than its competitors, continuing to outmuscle the likes of LG, Sony, Toshiba and Sharp.
Sharp Electronics Canada announced its new 90-inch AQUOS LCD LED television ($9,999.99).
Sharp Electronics announced its new 90-inch AQUOS LCD LED television ($10,999.99).
Sharp and Semiconductor Energy Laboratory announced that the companies have jointly developed a new oxide semiconductor (IGZO) display technology for mobile device displays.
Dimensional Optics announced that its new line of 3ACTIVE 3D glasses is compatible with 3DTVs from Sharp.
Sony and Sharp announced the companies will terminate their joint venture relationship to produce and sell large-sized LCD panels and modules.
DTS, Inc. announced that Sharp has integrated DTS high definition audio technology into its new line of network-connected smart televisions.
DTS, Inc. announced that Sharp has integrated DTS 2.0 Channel and DTS 2.0 + Digital Out audio technology into its new line of network-connected PRC-model televisions.
THX Ltd. announced the fist round of consumer electronics devices that incorporate THX Media Director technology at CES 2012.