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Sanyo Buys LCDs from Sharp

Sanyo Electric announced on Friday that it has started buying liquid crystal display (LCD) panels from Sharp for use in its flat-screen TVs sold in North America. "We hope to expand our business by having... More...

Sony to Buy LCD TV Panels from Sharp

Japanese electronics maker Sony is planning to start buying liquid crystal display (LCD) panels from Sharp Corp to use in its TVs as early as April, a source close to the matter said today. Sony... More...

Sharp and Toshiba to Form LCD Alliance

Sharp Corporation and Toshiba Corporation have agreed to collaborate closely in LCDs, a move that is expected to enhance the companies' corporate value, profitability and global competitiveness. The alliance will take advantage of Sharp's capabilities... More...

LCD TV Pioneer Sharp Loses Market Lead

According to market research companies iSuppli and NPD Group's DisplaySearch, Sharp is no longer the world's leading maker of flat-panel TVs since rivals surpassed the Japanese company in unit shipments last year. Both research companies... More...

Sharp unveils 108-inch LCD TV

Sharp Electronics took the wraps off the largest LCD television: a 108-incher. Sharp realizes, of course, that not very many people will want such a gargantuan TV. Their rebuttal? There is always commercial customers, price... More...

Sharp Debuts Dual View LCD Display

Sharp will begin mass production of the world's first dual-view LCD, enabling viewers to see 2 totally different images when looking at an angle to the left or right of the screen. This breakthrough is... More...

Sharp Notebook Hits a New Dimension

Sharp has unveiled a notebook computer with a display that gives the illusion of depth and can display objects in three dimensions without the use of special glasses. The new notebook is scheduled to be... More...

Sharp handheld runs Linux

Seeking to prove it isn't the dinosaur of the handheld market, Sharp Electronics on Monday relaunched the Zaurus in the United States. The company, a pioneer of personal organizers with its Wizard... More...

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