Its losses were narrower than a year ago, but Panasonic has shown little progress from its restructuring efforts.
It's no longer just a rumour: Panasonic is leaving the plasma TV development market, although plasma sales will continue to 2014.
The new Panasonic television range will include facial recognition features to let you set a personalised TV home screen.
Panasonic's market leading plasma TV range could cease production in the next three years, according to the Nikkei newspaper.
Panasonic has displayed a prototype 4K OLED screen at CES, with claims of it being the world's biggest.
If reports in Nikkei and Reuters are to be believed, then Sony and Panasonic are about to team up to design and make OLED TVs.
In the past, Panasonic's GT variants have been almost as good as the flagships they supported, and at much more affordable prices. We anticipate that this trend will continue with the new GT50.
While its main TV business will involve plasma for some years to come, Panasonic has courted LCD TVs for a while, but 2012 sees a number of firsts for the Japanese company: namely, large screens an...
In 2012, Panasonic will position itself as not just a plasma company, with the release of two new LCD TVs at larger 47-inch and 55-inch sizes: the DT50 and the WT50.
US-based music-streaming service Rhapsody has announced that it will be available on smart TVs from three manufacturers, with more brands to be included in the coming months.