Seattle - Amazon.com will open an online PC store in the second half of 2001, despite the sales slump the category has been mired in
Indianapolis - Mp3PRO is forward- and backward-compatible with MP3 and extends upper frequency response, Thomson said.
Boulder, Colo. - DataPlay today officially named Imation as the company's first partner in bringing DataPlay's new removable media
New York — The traditionally staid and margin-rich major appliance category is anything but of late, and the roots of its
Park Ridge, N.J. -- Sony Electronics today introduced two new digital photo printers, the DPP-SV77 with an LCD display and the DPP-SV88
New York - Palm announced several partnerships to help the ailing handheld leader forge inroads into the potentially lucrative
El Segundo, Calif. - Blaming economy-driven slower-than-expected sales at consumer electronics retailers, the primary outlets for
New York - Hewlett-Packard put the PC back into PC Expo this week by launching its back to school desktop computer line that features a
Neil Vander Dussen, 35-year veteran of the broadcast and consumer electronics industries, died Saturday, June 9, from a
New York— Pioneer disclosed U.S. restructuring plans, outlined a large-scale consumer-education campaign, and unveiled new
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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