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Tuesday, 03 February 2009 ,  Written by
Panasonic Releasing a Thinner, Greener Plasma Line
Panasonic has announced a new, redefined plasma TV offering – starting in April, they will be releasing plasma TVs that are a quarter of the current thickness and that use half of the current energy.  These new TVs will be available in Japan only, until the North American tentative summer release.
Monday, 29 December 2008 ,  Written by
LG to Cut Back on PDP Manufacturing - Dropping 32-inch Model
Cutting costs and increasing profitability is the name of the game, especially during these economic times.  Both Sharp and Sony have recently announced the closing of manufacturing plants.  LG has now announced that they will be cutting their production of plasma displays.
Monday, 01 December 2008 ,  Written by
Panasonic is the Latest Company to Cut Down Size of HDTV Production Plants
The rough economy is finally taking its toll on the HDTV market.  Sharp recently announced a cut in their production of LCD panels.  Now, Panasonic is consolidating the production of their plasma panels.  Panasonic will centralize production of plasma panels by the end of the year as part of an internal reorganization to increase cost competitiveness and cut production costs by up to 4 billion yen a year.
Friday, 07 November 2008 ,  Written by
Samsung Impresses with 63-inch 4k by 2k Plasma Display
Samsung is reeling us in with their new technologies.  They recently astounded us with a flexible OLED screen and the largest OLED display, at 40 inches.  Now, they have unleashed another monster on us – the 4k by 2k Plasma Display.
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 ,  Written by
What Does the Future Hold for a Flexible Plasma Display?
While Stewart has the CineCurve Projection Screen, a Japanese start-up company is delivering something even more profound – a 125-inch Curved Plasma Display.  The technology comes from Shinoda Plasma.  Best thing of all, it weights a total of 7.9 pounds.  The Plasma array uses thin pieces of glass that measure just .1 mm thick, measuring 3 meters wide by 1 meter tall.
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