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- Philips is the main sponsor of the Dutch football club PSV.
- Philips is the market leader in Xenon headlamps, which were introduced in 1997 and are achieving increasing penetration in the upper end of the market.
- Philips is the world's leading manufacturer of color picture tubes for televisions and monitors.
- Philips is also a leading producer of modules for CD-ReWritable and Video CD. SEMICONDUCTORS Philips Semiconductors, currently No.
- Philips is the company who gave us such remarkable devices as the compact cassette tape and laser disc.
- Dr Harris was shown a Philips shaver box.
- He was shown the 452 mark and recognised it as the head of a three-headed Philips shaver.
- He noticed the picture of the shaver on the box, with the clover leaf pattern, and would know the box contained a Philips shaver.
- Philips is quoted on the NYSE (symbol: PHG), London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and other stock exchanges.
- It was a sales outlet for Philips lamps imported from overseas.
- The power toothbrush most recommended by dental professionals - Philips Sonicare.
- Financial statements Philips is furnishing the Financial Statements pursuant to the instructions of Item 18 of Form 20-F. Item 18.
- In 2004, Philips' research center "HomeLabs" created the Mirror TV technology used in their MiraVision television line.
- Many of these innovations have their roots in the laboratories of Philips Research.
- CFT supported the product divisions and Philips Research in 2001 in several initiatives that strongly support the Company 's high-growth technology ambition.
- In 1979, Philips introduced the Video 2000 -system: a technically superior design, but a commercial failure.
- In 1978, Philips introduced the laserdisc player, using technology invented in the 1960s.
- In 1963, Philips introduced the Musicassette, or "compact audio cassette".
- As such, Semiconductors was at the heart of many innovations in Philips over the past 50 years.
- Semiconductor-based solutions for connected consumer and communications applications from Philips Semiconductors.
- Over 60% of all TVs sold in 2002 contained a Philips Semiconductors product.
- Philips Semiconductors is one of the technological leaders of the semiconductor industry.
- Educated in France, his early career included positions at Philips Semiconductors, Signetics Corp.
- In 1991, Philips introduced the CD-i, the Compact Disc Interactive system which had many video-game console-type features.
- In 1992, Philips launched the compact disc in partnership with Sony.
- Sony introduced the MiniDisc format in 1993 as an alternative to Philips DCC or Digital Compact Cassette.
- Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. operates as an electronics company with activities in the domains of healthcare, lifestyle, and technology.
- Healthcare solutions by Philips Healthcare for diagnostic, treatment and preventative care.
- Philips' Lighting's policy of leadership in innovation continues to bring rewards in the marketplace.
- Philips Lighting's new PowerLife battery gives more power and longer life than conventional alkaline batteries.
- Philips also used to sell major household appliances (whitegoods) under the name Philips.
- Philips started operations in India at Kolkata (Calcutta) in 1930 under the name Philips Electrical Co.
- The Company was incorporated as a limited partnership with the name Philips & Co under the laws of the Netherlands on May 15, 1891.
- Philips produces the Philishave, a dry shaver which is based on the Philips-invented rotary shaving technique.
- He was shown a Philips three-headed shaver box.
- He said it might be the head of either a Philips or a Remington shaver.
- He sells shavers manufactured by Philips, Braun and Remington, but does not sell Remington rotary shavers.
- Philips se constituye en Espa-a en Marzo de 1926.
- Philips bracht ook als eerste in 1963 de audiocassette op de markt, die zeer succesvol was.
- ASM Lithography is a spin-off from a division of Philips.
- In December 2005, Philips announced its intention to make the Semiconductor Division into a separate legal entity.
- Philips in the United Kingdom has its headquarters in Guildford, Surrey.
- In the last quarter of 2000, Philips Components moved its divisional headquarters from Eindhoven to Sunnyvale, California.
- While Philips began making electric shavers in 1939, World War II delayed their marketing of the shaver in the USA until 1948.
- Mrs Billington was shown the 452 mark and recognised it as the faceplate of a Philips rotary shaver.
- In 1951, Philips introduced the Philishave two-headed rotary shaver, marketed in the USA under the Norelco name.
- Philips Australia was founded in 1927 and has been involved in many activities over the years, esp manufacturing.
- Unfortunately the Marantz of today owned by Hitachi-Denon WILL NEVER be the same quality of the Old Philips manufacturing format.
- Philips acquired Magnavox's consumer electronics division in 1974.
- While it did work to a degree, it also caused confusion to the consumer as to the difference between "Philips Magnavox" products and "Philips" products.
- Information on Philips consumer electronics products.
- Philips Global Global electronics company active in lighting, consumer electronics, domestic appliances, components, semiconductors, and medical systems.
- Philips DAP raised eyebrows in 2006 with the introduction of the Philips Norelco Bodygroom shaver for shaving male body hair.
- In recent years, Philips has extended the Philishave brand to include hair clippers, beard trimmers and beard shapers.
- In 1913, to celebrate the Dutch 100 years of independence from France, Philips founded a sports club for its employees.
- The club was called Philips Sport Vereniging, or PSV, as it is now known.
- For instance, LG.Philips announced in March it would invest $22 billion with its suppliers in new flat-screen production facilities over the next 10 years.
- Reuters reported on August 18, 2006 that LG.Philips LCD had decided against building a new 8th Generation plant and to build a 5.5 Generation plant instead.
- Already the world's largest plasma panel manufacturer, its joint venture, LG.Philips LCD, is the world's top maker of liquid-crystal displays for TVs.
- The division is a world leader in display technology and in large LCD displays (through LG.Philips LCD), color picture tubes for TVs and mobile displays.
- On 1 September 2006, it was announced in Berlin that the name of the new semiconductor company founded by Philips is NXP Semiconductors.
- The company was founded in 1891 by Gerard Philips, a maternal cousin of Karl Marx, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
- In March 2000 a fire at the Philips factory contaminated the sterile facility.
- Philips assured Ericsson and Nokia (the other major customer of the facility) that production would be delayed by less than a week.
- Philips has many different divisions in many different countries.
- Philips sponsors the Philips Monsters of Rock festival in many countries.
- In 2001, Philips successfully launched the Senseo coffeemaker, first in the Netherlands and from 2002 onwards, in other countries across Europe.
- In 1939 Philips marketed their electric razor, the Philishave.
- All the major brand names are marketed in Mauritius, including Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, Philips, Samsung, and Sagem.
- Ericsson had decided to source chips for its phones from a single source, a Philips facility in New Mexico.
- Operating from the US as the North American Philips Company, they managed to run the company throughout the war.
- On May 9, 1940, the Philips directors were informed about the German invasion of the Netherlands to take place on May 10.
- Philips Applied Technology, Redhill, Surrey develops new products and sub-systems including digital TV and communication technologies.
- Whirlpool bought a 53% stake in Philips' major appliance operations to form Whirlpool International.
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