Sure, this week's CES could net Samsung some bragging rights over Sony if rumors
of a 6.5-mm thin LED-backlit LCD display come true, but that's just about corporate pride (and Sony's XEL-1
is a shipping product to boot). The real hurt comes in the form of new numbers from DisplaySearch
that show Samsung widening its lead in US sales, moving up to 26.7-percent of the US market compared to Sony's 14.8-percent. Those figures are through November, and it's pretty amazing that more than one in four digital TVs sold in the US were Samsung.