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Samsung, Yahoo Get Cozy with Internet Televisions

Posted in Television by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2009

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Samsung is turning to an online video partner in the same way LG and Netflix relate in order to begin bringing Internet to select flat panel HDTVs. Yahoo is the choice for Samsung in this venture and televisions from this relationship will be available sometime this year.

The new “Interent@TV – Content Service” from Samsung makes use of Yahoo’s Widget Engine to bring a variety of Internet-related content to the home media room screen. A host of Widgets wil be available, including Flickr, Yahoo News, Yahoo Weather and Yahoo! Finance, USA TODAY, YouTube, eBay and Showtime Networks, among others. Other services will be added over time.

LG, Netflix Team for Internet Video Streaming Televisions

Posted in Television by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2009

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LG and Netflix seem to feel confident enough in the desire for streaming movies to consumer devices in that they are now bringing the experience to other products for the home. The two announced today plans for Netflix-enabled “Broadband HDTVs.”

These new LCD and plasma HDTVs will begin being available this spring. LG is embedding the Netflix software into these televisions, thereby letting Netflix customers watch the growing library of movies, television shows and HD content available through Netflix’s streaming video offering.

Soyo ships garden variety 22-inch LCD TV

Posted in LCD by Nino Marchetti on June 5th, 2008

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Soyo. a consumer electronics manufacturer, announced yesterday its first 22-inch LCD TV was heading to retail. It is known as the Soyo SYTPT2238AB and you’ll find it pricing around $480.

Soyo said its new 22-inch television “features a 2 ms response time, a 1,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a resolution of 1680×1050. It also features a brightness rating of 300 nits and stimulated surround sound and a full array of inputs to accommodate high definition video sources and video game consoles.”