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  • till, the sector has been wary about slicing up businesses that encompass a vast range of consumer products, from DVD players to washing machines. Sony has crept back to profitability after four years in the red, but that was <strong>mai</strong>nly due to a restructuring that includes thousands of layoffs and asset sales, including its Manhattan headquarters for more than $1.0 billion. While the firm has long faced pressure to hive off the good from the bad in i...

    Sony considering spinning-off music and movie business

    till, the sector has been wary about slicing up businesses that encompass a vast range of consumer products, from DVD players to washing machines. Sony has crept back to profitability after four years in the red, but that was mainly due to a restructuring that includes thousands of layoffs and asset sales, including its Manhattan headquarters for more than $1.0 billion. While the firm has long faced pressure to hive off the good from the bad in i...

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  • ...nel TV market in India. We expect LED TVs to drive our Panel TV growth, with Smart TVs contributing at least 20 per cent of our Panel TV volumes this year,” Samsung India Senior Vice-President (Consumer Electronics) S K <strong>Kim</strong> told reporters Banglore. Designed to deliver the ultimate lean back experience to consumers, the F8000 and F7500 are the first Samsung televisions to feature a quad-core processor, he said. Both the F8000 and F7500 offer...

    Samsung India unveils smart TVs with quad-core processor

    ...nel TV market in India. We expect LED TVs to drive our Panel TV growth, with Smart TVs contributing at least 20 per cent of our Panel TV volumes this year,” Samsung India Senior Vice-President (Consumer Electronics) S K Kim told reporters Banglore. Designed to deliver the ultimate lean back experience to consumers, the F8000 and F7500 are the first Samsung televisions to feature a quad-core processor, he said. Both the F8000 and F7500 offer...

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  • ...0). Samsung, the world”s biggest flat-screen TV maker, and domestic rival LG have aggressively promoted pricer premium TV models in recent years to cushion the fallout from the global slowdown which has dampened demand. <strong>Kim</strong> Hyun-Suk, head of Samsung”s TV business, said global TV sales would likely grow about five percent this year in volume but remain stagnant or slightly shrink in revenue. “We will create new growth momentum in...

    Samsung launches new range of smart TVs with voice recognition

    ...0). Samsung, the world”s biggest flat-screen TV maker, and domestic rival LG have aggressively promoted pricer premium TV models in recent years to cushion the fallout from the global slowdown which has dampened demand. Kim Hyun-Suk, head of Samsung”s TV business, said global TV sales would likely grow about five percent this year in volume but remain stagnant or slightly shrink in revenue. “We will create new growth momentum in...

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