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Aftershock: High-tech production slows in Japan
Analysts measure IT impact of Tohoku disaster.
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Toshiba LCD plant out for a month
Notebook batteries also in short supply.
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Green technology keeps LCDs out of landfill.
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Hitachi has become the latest electronics manufacturer to be fined in a price fixing conspiracy that dates back as far as 2001.
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Three of the world's biggest LCD manufacturers have admitted taking part in a huge price-fixing conspiracy to drive up the price of their products.
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LCD manufacturers admit to price fixing
Three of the world’s biggest LCD manufacturers have admitted taking part in a huge price fixing conspiracy to drive up the price of their products.
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NEC bows out of entry level LCD market
NEC Australia, a provider of commercial LCD display solutions, said it would be exiting the entry level LCD monitor market, to concentrate on its mid to high end range of LCD product.
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continues to earn healthy profits from LCD panels despite tough competition, according to the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
Feb 6 2008 6:15AM
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Sharp has launched its Aquos X series of LCD TVs in Japan, and set the date for a European launch in September 2008.
Jan 31 2008 2:40PM
LCD panel prices set to rise
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Sharp Australia recalls 42-inch LCD TVs
Sharp Corporation of Australia on Tuesday told retailers that it had located a fault in 20 per cent of its existing stocks of 42-inch LCD televisions, prompting Sharp to announce a voluntary recall on Friday.
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Giants lured to booming Chinese LCD market
Beijing Olympics expected to boost sales.
Mar 16 2007 10:21AM
Bright future for LCD TVs in Asia
TV market in Asia approaches US$22bn as LCDs outsell conventional models.
Feb 28 2007 8:20AM
LG-Philips LCD losses continue
Falling LCD prices hurt giant manufacturer.
Jan 18 2007 9:35AM
LG Philips LCD announces $335m loss
Falling TV prices hurt LCD giant.
Oct 13 2006 11:51AM
Mega merger creates LCD giant
Taiwanese authorities approve marriage of AU Optronics and Quanta Display.
Oct 4 2006 10:06AM
China to accelerate LCD production
Capacity set to grow 35 to 50 per cent in next two years.
Aug 31 2006 11:55AM
Samsung switches on 70in HD LCD TV
Monster flat panel offers 180-degree viewing angle.
Aug 22 2006 10:22AM
National reseller ComputerCORP signs BenQ
National reseller and integrator ComputerCORP has added another string to its bow, signing a deal to resell notebooks, LCD monitors and projectors made by Taiwanese giant BenQ.
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