Global supply chain issues
Dutch health technology company Philips cut its outlook for sales and profit growth this year and said the global supply chain problems that added to its growing list of worries in the third quarter would likely intensify.
Opinion: Hue. And cry
Tech readers up on stuff will know that earlier this month Philips discontinued support for its first Hue bridge - V1, so its app no longer works. Or anything. It means you have to spend quite a lot more.
Wednesday is D-Day
Qualcomm's long term bid to buy Philips spin-off NXP has until Wednesday to be finalised – and the US-Chinese trade wars haven't made things as clear as mud can be.
Worth billions soon
A market research company said that the smart lighting market will be worth $65.3 billion by 2025.
Use one IoT to infect another
Insecurity experts have demonstrated a system which could be used to infect every intelligent lightbulb in a city with malware.
Asustek has 30 percent growth in EU
Asustek Computer and Acer are doing rather well flogging their LCD monitors.
The BDM3275UP with IPS-AHVA panel
Philips has announced its new 32-inch 4K/UHD monitor which is mostly aimed at professionals with its IPS-AHVA panel and 10-bit display.
Who said anything about innuendo and BDSM jokes?
The Philips BDM3470UP is a new 21:9 monitor in 3440x1440, but unlike most ultrawides, it’s designed for content creation rather than content consumption.
Listed at €699, aimed at professionals
If you are in need for a big 4K UHD monitor, we might have something for you. We found a listing of Philips' BDM4065UC monitor, with a massive 39.5-inch UHD screen.
60Hz for $600