Tokyo - Sony Corporation announced that is has developed what it has called 'the world's first consumer CCD with four color filters,' in
Chicago - Five months after putting its credit business on the block, Sears found a buyer in Citigroup, which paid $3 billion in cash
Dallas – HDNet has signed a long-term licensing agreement to 58 films from New Line Television. The films will appear on the company’s
Irvine, Calif. - Toshiba released its first 17-inch LCD equipped notebook computer, the Satellite P25-S507.
Inverness Ill. - VisionTek has released two lines of USB of drives, one based on USB 2.0 and the other on the slower USB 1.1
Four Japanese electronics companies announced plans to collaborate to develop a system of specifications for recording and
Ramsey, N.J. - Minolta added another model to its DiMAGE X series today with the announcement of the X20, touting it as the world’s
Tokyo - Eight consumer electronics companies announced here the establishment of the CE Linux Forum (CELF), which will work to develop
With an eye to delivering more "compelling value" to office products customers — including small office/home office (SoHo
Fort Worth, Texas - Striking what it called a 'prudent balance between sales and profitability,' RadioShack reported a 3 percent sales
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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