CANTON, MASS. -Driven by the digital product cycle-with digital/digital-ready tube televisions a most recent plus factor-
Las Vegas-A record attendance of 122,244 visitors, 1.2 million net square feet of exhibit space, and likely record numbers
TOKYO -Driven by sales of personal computers, color televisions, digital and video cameras and DVD-video players, Sony's
LAS VEGAS -Thomson Consumer Electronics and Sony used the eve of CES to show new LCD-based rear-projection TV technologies
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL. - Claiming solid sales growth in hardlines, including such categories as major appliances and
PARIS -Thomson Multimedia said it is creating a new research and development laboratory in Princeton, N.J., to develop
Throughout the holidays, it has become clear that DVD has made a remarkable impact on the consumer electronics industry, topping both
LAS VEGAS -Thirty-five vendors will show about 55 products or concepts in six product categories based on the 500MB write-once DataPlay
LAS VEGAS -Even though the first of its two satellites was not scheduled to launch until Jan. 8, XM Satellite Radio will nonetheless
LAS VEGAS -Supporters of DVD+RW cited several advantages of their format over -R during CES.
By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
Los Angeles — Fifteen industry leaders were inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of
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