Good news for U.S. consumers, the smart TV market is about to get more competitive after Sharp announced plans to resume selling TVs in America before the end of this year. The Japanese firm quit the
The beauty of the foldable in 2019 is that there’s no consensus yet on the “right” way to do things. We’ve seen a number of different takes on the space as the year has progressed, and no two
Around this time last year, Verizon celebrated the long-awaited arrival of The Force Awakens fittingly with a couple of limited edition Motorola Droid Turbo 2 handsets with themes tied to the star of
Virtual reality is pretty convincing when you're all jacked in and wired up — but even the best headsets today aren't particularly sharp. Sharp, taking notice of this, has produced a display specifi
Foxconn's proposed acquisition of Sharp, a deal that was sensationally put on hold last month after Sharp had announced it, has been completed today after both companies confirmed the agreement.
Foxconn's proposed acquisition of Sharp has hit a snag, just hours after Japan-based Sharp announced that it had agreed to the buyout, which is estimated at around $6.2 billion.
Think smartphones are thin enough already? Well, they might be about to get thinner still, if Sharp has its way with a new type of screen that it has begun manufacturing.
Google’s latest attempt to get its operating system for TVs embedded on consumer electronics devices has attracted a handful of partners, which were announced at the Consumer Electronics Show. In a
Apple is looking to acquire a 55 percent stake in a joint venture between Sharp and Taiwanese company Powerchip formed to develop chips for use in smartphone displays, according to a new report by Jap
In another setback for the Japanese electronics giant, <a target="_blank" href="http://sharp-world.com/corporate/ir/topics/pdf/130318.pdf">Sharp said it will miss a March 29 deadline</a> for the secon
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Sharp Corp, a supplier of screens for Apple's iPad tablet, has slowed production of the 9.7 inch panes used for the full-sized iPads, according to a report by Reuters. Sharp's iPad screen production
Times are tough at Sharp and the 100-year old company is <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/09/25/sharp-to-axe-11000-workers-sell-off-assets-in-desperate-bid-to-return-to-profitability/">desper
Sharp is in a bit of trouble and is looking to trim its businesses as a result. The company plans to slash its worldwide workforce by 11,000 souls. The company also plans to generate $2.74 billion by
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Yesterday, we got a glimpse at a <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/07/16/leaked-iphone-5-front-casing-shows-centered-facetime-camera/">leaked front-casing</a> for what we believe to be the iPh
Every Android device manufacturer has at one point or another pondered how to make their devices stand out in a crowded field of competitors. There are plenty of ways to tackle that question but S
Sharp is getting smarter. The company is moving into the smart TV space with SmarTCentral. The smart TV platform brings industry-standard apps and functions to the entire Sharp 2012 TV line. The pla
Sharp. Everyone likes Sharp. They can do wrong, really, and they are taking the stage next at CES 2012. Their press conference, which is embedded after the jump, is set to kick off at 11:00 am PST. Ex
It seems <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/sharp">Sharp</a> saw good sales when the company <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/05/20/aquos-phone-the-hybrid-007sh-sharp-shows-worlds-first