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By Greg Tarr On Jun 17 2002 - 6:00am

The Consumer Electronics Association blasted Hollywood and members of the cable industry for the failure in bringing

By Greg Scoblete On Jun 18 2002 - 6:58pm

Palo Alto, Calif. - Despite the abundance of consumer-oriented photo editing software on the market, digital camera owners are still

By Doug Olenick On Jun 3 2002 - 6:00am

Medion U.S.A., a Germany-based PC maker, officially entered the U.S. market last month and plans to sell computers in non-

By Steve Smith On Jun 17 2002 - 6:00am

Aiwa, the state of digital TV and home networking were just a handful of separate issues that Sony Electronics' president

By Joseph Palenchar On Jun 24 2002 - 6:00am

Virgin Mobile USA launched its prepaid, youth-oriented wireless-phone service on June 23 in Sacramento, Calif., and

By Jeff Malester On Jun 17 2002 - 6:00am

Driven by strong demand for custom installation services, flat-panel plasma and LCD televisions, DVD and home theater

By Greg Tarr On Jun 3 2002 - 6:00am

Toshiba unveiled its first DVD recorder, which is based on the DVD-RAM/-R format, among its new lineup for the format.

By Greg Scoblete On Jun 17 2002 - 6:00am

The digital camera market will heat up this summer when new entries from Argus, Fujifilm, Nikon and Sony hit store shelves

By Joseph Palenchar On Jun 24 2002 - 6:00am

Pioneer stepped up its multichannel music commitment with the introduction of two combination SACD/DVD-AV players at

By Alan Wolf On Jun 18 2002 - 12:37pm

Seattle, Wash. - Amazon.com overcame one of its last hurdles to CE retail parity last week by winning Sony's blessing to sell a