digital signage

Samsung recruiting IT channel to display business

Samsung recruiting IT channel to display business

Digital signage touches apps now, so CIOs want IT smarts, not AV installers.
Simon Sharwood Feb 21 2020, 6:50AM Hardware
Samsung holds first business roadshow in Australia

Samsung holds first business roadshow in Australia

Phone and tablet giant hoists flag in IT channel.
William Maher Jul 14 2015, 12:12PM Hardware
Review: Intel's Next Unit of Computing

Review: Intel's Next Unit of Computing

Small form factor barebones system kit.
Juha Saarinen Feb 25 2013, 2:03PM Reviews
In pictures: Bangkok's digital signage revolution

In pictures: Bangkok's digital signage revolution

A dramatic change in landscape.
Dec 10 2012, 8:41PM Photos
Digital signage: the picture is bright

Digital signage: the picture is bright

But why the slow take-up?
David Binning Sep 20 2012, 3:07PM Hardware
Cisco's digital signage portfolio gets cloudy

Cisco's digital signage portfolio gets cloudy

Includes solutions for touch.
Chad Berndtson Mar 7 2012, 8:30AM Hardware
Samsung unveils first-feneration transparent LCD displays

Samsung unveils first-feneration transparent LCD displays

Entering the digital signage market.
Zewde Yeraswork Apr 4 2011, 11:41AM Hardware
Intel showcases digital signage specs

Intel showcases digital signage specs

Intel is offering a new solution for digital signage technology.
Zewde Yeraswork Oct 11 2010, 2:33PM Hardware
A sign of the times

A sign of the times

Mass merchant retailers and online merchants have become a customer’s first choice for consumer-grade televisions. An increasing number of resellers have found themselves being squeezed out of the market. In order to survive they are increasingly looking to fulfil the digital signage needs of various retail sectors.

But is there really a pot of gold at the end of the digital signage rainbow?



Lilia Guan Sep 19 2008, 4:33PM Hardware
NEC bows out of entry level LCD market

NEC bows out of entry level LCD market

NEC Australia, a provider of commercial LCD display solutions, said it would be exiting the entry level LCD monitor market, to concentrate on its mid to high end range of LCD product.

Lilia Guan Feb 11 2008, 6:26PM Hardware

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