By Staff On May 23 2005 - 6:00am

Gateway founder and chairman Ted Waitt retired from the company's board last week

By Alan Wolf On May 6 2005 - 2:53pm

Fort Worth, Texas — RadioShack will open 20 to 30 eponymous stores in Canada by year’s end.

The move follows

By Steve Smith On May 13 2005 - 12:50pm

Coronado, Calif. — The Professional Audio Retailers Association (PARA) is holding its 26th annual

By Jeff Malester On May 5 2005 - 1:12pm

Boston — Net sales of Duracell batteries jumped 12 percent in the first quarter at parent Gillette, hitting $462 million for the period

By Alan Wolf On May 4 2005 - 7:03pm

New York — The NATM Buying Corp. has chosen Samsung as one of its core video vendors.

Although Samsung has

By Amy Gilroy On May 16 2005 - 2:54pm

Washington — XM said it exceeded 4 million subscribers as of last week and that it is has captured more than 70 percent of satellite

By Greg Scoblete On May 12 2005 - 6:30pm

Boulder, Colo. — Pentax added three new digital cameras to its S-series lineup of compact digital cameras this week and a new lens for

By Greg Tarr On May 17 2005 - 12:43pm

Englewood Cliffs, N.J. — In an effort to protect its firm policies against distributing its products on line, LG Electronics has hired

By Greg Scoblete On May 17 2005 - 5:32pm

San Diego, Calif. — Sony introduced its second consumer-level high definition camcorder today, offering 1,080i resolution and a compact

By Greg Tarr On May 23 2005 - 6:00am

Toshiba formally announced the expansion of its DLP rear-projection and flat-panel TV lines, while continuing to support




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