Panasonic likely has the ability to see a product all the way through until it fades from consumers minds before they feel they have to kill it off. They're that massive.
In a small footnote, there's information about them bringing back the Technics name for audio gear. Looks like a throw-back attempt to me, not some new thing.
Now that you mentioned resurrected "Technics", there's one thing everyone has apparently missed here even though some of us have been staring straight at it.
Panasonic is not making consumer cameras. LUMIX is. Panasonic is only making professional broadcast and cine cameras.
Just check your camera body. All consumer models are LUMIX cameras, not Panasonic. The only place where Panasonic is mentioned is the fine print in the type label.
Big companies create sub-brands which are easy to divest because they don't engdanger the main brand even if the buyer slaps that name on outright trash and good brand will always have some value even if the business itself becomes an underperformer.
Did someone mention Vaio which Sony dumped to JIP once they got fed up with losses and didn't see any growth potential for that business? Actually JIP never even got the VAIO brand. Sony still owns it. They just leased it for an unknown period so who knows they Sony will do "Technics" with it one day.