Amazon's Move on the Living Room

On Wednesday afternoon, revealed its latest departure from its one-time business model as an online book retailer, a new set-top...

As TV Sales Lag, Philips Tunes Into Healthcare

Earlier this week, Royal Philips Electronics warned that its television business would post a first-quarter loss. While TV sales have declined, the company says it sees a growing opportunity in healthcare. Greg Sebasky, CEO of Philips's North American operations, discusses the trends driving the growth -- and the challenges ahead.

What Happened to That 3-D TV Bonanza?

Manufacturers of 3-D TVs are getting a lump of coal this holiday season. High expectations for frothy sales have failed to materialize, and price cuts of more than 40% continue during this critical selling period. Will 2011 turn out better?

TV prices falling for Black Friday

Big Screen TV being installedJust in time for Black Friday, the prices of LCD TVs are expected to plummet. According to two independent research firms -- DisplaySearch and...

Sluggish TV Sales Create Huge Glut of LCD Panels

Lower-than-expected flat-screen television sales have created a glut in liquid-crystal display panels and are unlikely to be bolstered anytime soon from 3D television demand, according to two separate reports released this week.