Santa Ana, Calif. - With second-quarter sales negatively affected by the sluggish demand for technology items, computer products
Sony and Casio Communications delivered a jolt to the residential and SOHO phone markets when they announced intentions to
Tokyo - Spurred by increased unit volume in CD-Rs, but dogged by lower year-on-year prices, TDK still managed to eke out a small
Santa Monica, Calif. - Universal Music Group, the world's largest music company, has lent its clout to the SACD format, announcing plans
Arlington, Va. - Announcements about the 2002 International CES continue from organizer CEA, which said that it will partner with Pepcom
Amazon.com reported a 21 percent hike in sales for its Electronics, Toys and Kitchen segment (ETK) in the second quarter
Fremont, Calif. - Pentax Corp. has selected Lexar Media's CompactFlash digital film to ship with its new Optio 330 digital camera.
Hurt by slowing sales of computer displays and digital still cameras in the United States, overall electronics segment
Richmond, Va. - Circuit City and Amazon.com have signed a multi-year pact that will allow cyber shoppers to purchase consumer
Littleton, Col. - After staying mostly mum on his plans to acquire Hughes Electronics including chief rival DirecTV during the just
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
Dallas – The NATM Buying Group was optimistic during its annual meeting here, with members
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