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  1. Sony on the road to rehabilitating its image

    Over the past several months, executives at Sony have found themselves in hot water over a series of security breaches in its PlayStation network. While very popular for their flat panel TVs in TV lift cabinets, Sony is also a gaming giant. In April, a severe security breach allowed hackers to obtain personal and credit card information for millions of...
  2. TVs Are Definitely Getting Bigger, But Thicker… and with Rear Projection?

    Mitsubishi, a small-scale player in the TV manufacturing world, is ready to unveil their 92-inch TV to consumers. Yes, you read that right – 92 inches. First introduced in January, this gigantic set uses rear-projection technology and is capable of displaying 3D content. Such a huge TV is a deviation from what the leading manufacturers are introducing to the market...
  3. Now Make Skype Video Calls Directly on Your TV

    Comcast TV lift owners, did you know you that very soon you will be able to make Skype video calls on your TV?  According to the NY Times, Comcast and Skype announced last Monday that they would be working together to provide Comcast customers the ability to video chat on their TV sets from the comfort of their homes. For...
  4. Best TV of 2011: Is it the Panasonic TC-PVT30 or Samsung PND8000?

    David Katzmaier, Senior Editor at, recently posted an article that will help TV lift cabinet owners in selecting their new flat screen TV.   Katzmaier broke down how the Panasonic TC-PVT30 compared versus the Samsung PND8000 in the following categories; best picture quality, best design, best features, best value, and his personal opinion of the overall best TV of 2011. ...
  5. Sony Introduces new 3D PC/TV

    If you’re interested in the new 3D TV technology – listen up! Although it may not be an ideal candidate for your TV lift cabinet, the new Sony VAIO L-Series really lives up to its “all-in-one” description. According to, the desktop PC/TV features a full 3D HD 24” LED touch screen. The system is capable of playing Blu-ray discs...

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