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Odds are you've never seen a phone by Tatung -- much less owned one -- but according to the Taiwanese firm's chairman, the company is now pursuing development of smartphones powered by the Android platform. DigiTimes believes the phones will find their way to Tatung InfoComm, winner of one of Taiwa...

April 27th 2009 at 8:23am 0 Comments
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General Electric came clean with its intentions to delve into the wide world of HDTVs last September... and then the economy, as well as GE itself, fell apart. Earlier this year, we were actually clued in on some of the details surrounding the Tatung-built sets, but now we're hearing that the compa...

March 24th 2009 at 9:04pm 0 Comments
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General Electric came clean with its intentions to delve into the wide world of HDTVs last September... and then the economy, as well as GE itself, fell apart. Earlier this year, we were actually clued in on some of the details surrounding the Tatung-built sets, but now we're hearing that the compa...

March 24th 2009 at 9:04pm 0 Comments
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When we heard last September that General Electric was aiming to enter the "premium" HDTV market, we all had a brief laugh and continued on about our day. Apparently, our doubts are completely unfounded. According to an interview with numerous GE executives tied in with the initiative, the GE-brand...

January 21st 2009 at 11:59pm 0 Comments
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Who says there are too many players in the HDTV realm? With current mainstays partnering up like it's going out of style, we've found two firms that see something no one else does. General Electric has just announced a joint venture with Taiwan-based Tatung in which the pair plans on making two mil...

September 23rd 2008 at 12:19am 0 Comments
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Who says there are too many players in the HDTV realm? With current mainstays partnering up like it's going out of style, we've found two firms that see something no one else does. General Electric has just announced a joint venture with Taiwan-based Tatung in which the pair plans on making two mil...

September 23rd 2008 at 12:19am 0 Comments
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A whole bevy of companies have been named in a suit alleging that a CRT-cartel has been price-fixing the good-old tube. Companies claimed to be "in on the fix" include Philips, LG, Tatung, Matsushita, Samsung and Toshiba. The suit states that these companies banded together in the face of (precipi...

December 1st 2007 at 8:02pm 0 Comments
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Not too many details on this one just yet, but the good news is that Tatung is reportedly readying the 10.4-inch WebPad TX-3000 for release -- at least in Thailand, that is. Apparently, the company has been busy showing off the machine at Taitronics Bangkok 2007, and word on the street puts an AMD...

July 30th 2007 at 8:18am 0 Comments
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We're really digging these UMPC / PPC hybrids that seem to be popping up every so often, and even though those full-fledged (and overpriced) first generation UMPCs didn't exactly shake up the mobile computing world, we're a forgiving bunch. Presumably similar in function to HTC's Athena X7500, this...

January 1st 2007 at 6:45pm 0 Comments
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We're really digging these UMPC / PPC hybrids that seem to be popping up every so often, and even though those full-fledged (and overpriced) first generation UMPCs didn't exactly shake up the mobile computing world, we're a forgiving bunch. Presumably similar in function to HTC's Athena X7500, this...

January 1st 2007 at 6:45pm 0 Comments
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With Zune and Vista hogging all the headlines these days, you may have forgotten that Microsoft is also hard at work pushing its IPTV Edition software platform into living rooms around the world, so the software giant decided to take the Broadband World Forum Europe in Paris as occasion to remind us...

October 10th 2006 at 10:50am 0 Comments
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Seems like it's never too late to reinvent the whole keyboard/hinge relationship, and Tatung is giving it a pretty good go with their new TTAB-A12D Tablet PC. The unit stores a thin, detachable keyboard on its back, which can then be clipped onto the base of the PC for a tray table-friendly setup...

June 20th 2006 at 12:23pm 0 Comments