In a brief message simply titled ‘Farewell’, Oppo will begin “gradually” winding down production on…
After news surfaced that Best Buy would kill its CD section and Target was considering it, we discuss the impact on the CE retail landscape. Sponsored by New Age Electronics.
It was 10 years ago that Panasonic introduced one of the first Blu-ray players, the DMP-BD10, and as a first-generation product it cost a small fortune: $1,300. In the new era of 4K Blu-ray, though, prices have started out far more reasonable: The Samsung UBD-K8500 debuted earlier this year for $400, and the new Xbox…
In June, P&F USA, a Philips brand license partner will begin delivering a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player.
The Ultra HD Alliance has added UHD Blu-ray players to the list of products that can bear the ULTRA HD PREMIUM logo and certification.
Ultra HD Blu-ray is closer than ever, with Blu-ray's accrediting body announcing completion of the specification and the new Ultra HD Blu-ray logo. The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) announced that the specification has been finished, thanks to the efforts of "global leaders from the consumer electronics, IT and content creation industries."
Panasonic provided media in attendance at its pre-CES 2015 conference a broad-spectrum view of its diverse businesses, which range well beyond CE into the automotive and rechargeable battery realms – but the majority of hard product news from the company was in more familiar categories like TV and audio.