Santa Clara, Calif. - Intel today released three new chipsets with integrated USB 2.0 capability enabling PCs to be ready 'out of the
Los Angeles - A little over a week before the Electronic Entertainment Expo here, Sony Computer Entertainment slashed $100 off the price
TWICE executive editor Greg Tarr was among several industry luminaries and organizations presented with Academy of Digital
Los Angeles - The future of video game playing is almost here - and it will be online.
So said the makers of
He is a relentless salesman and a student of CE retailing, having started in the business as one. This industry veteran
Santa Clara, Calif. - Previously anticipated spring demand for PDAs that did not materialize, along with deteriorating fiscal fourth-
Washington D.C. - The Librarian of Congress rejected proposed Webcast royalty rates that many Webcasters claimed would put them out of
Redmond, Wash. - AT&T Wireless began offering the industry's first GSM/TDMA phone, the Siemens S46 at $199, through its direct and
Kyoto, Japan - Spurred by booming overseas sales of Gamecube and Game Boy Advance hardware and software, Nintendo reported a 20 percent
Some 51 percent of Circuit City stores' operating profit was derived from its private-label credit card program last year
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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