Facebook and social media are replacing local directories and newspapers as their main source of new customers
The Thomson DTI6300-16 Freeview PVR is the model currently being used to promote the Top Up TV Anytime service, which is no surprise as the DTI6300-16 is packed with features
Despite ITV Digital's collapse, digital terrestrial pay-TV service Top-Up TV is now a success. Manufacturers are busy producing boxes suitable for receiving it and the DTI2300 is the best.
Several screens from French brand Thomson's Scenium range have impressed us of late, and this living room-friendly, HD-ready set also looks like it has a few tricks under its shiny black jacket
Plasma screens are always 42in and above, right? Wrong! Admittedly, aside from a novel 32in effort from Hitachi last year, we've not come across many below that giant size - but this 37in offering from French manufacturer Thomson...
Thomson used to make TVs where you could clip on your own choice of coloured frame to match your decor. If only it did the same for its PVR, because this is an ugly box that seems more like an unfinished prototype
Rear projection technology is enjoying something of a renaissance. Once a cheap, rather unimpressive big screen alternative to the likes of plasma and LCD, it has now blossomed into a genuine option for those seeking the best quality pictures
Sky made Thomson the initial manufacturer of its set-top boxes when it launched its high-definition TV service, so it's good to see that the prolific TV maker is now producing screens that are high-def compatible
It's astonishing how DLP - now the dominant force in video projectors - is revitalising the rear-projection TV market. Only a short time ago, anything other than a flatpanel display - be it plasma or LCD - looked to have no future on the high street