New York — Sony Ericsson’s second Walkman-branded cellular phone will be one of the U.S. market’s first phones to store and play music
Palo Alto, Calif. — Digital products developer Roku, based here, said it has formed a strategic partnership with Taiwanese electronics
Scottsdale, Ariz. — The use of 1394 high-speed data transfer connectivity is increasingly being chosen by consumer electronic vendors,
Framingham, Mass. — International Data Corp. has incrementally bumped up its PC shipment forecast for 2005-2006.
Washington — The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to deny a Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Consumer
New York — Mass merchants posted modest comp gains last month as unusually cold, wet weather dampened sales of seasonal items like room
New York — CE and PC newcomer X2 is embarking on its second wave of product introductions with its sites clearly set on attracting
Newton, Iowa — Fresh blood has entered the fray in the scramble to purchase Maytag, with the acquisition price rising to $16 per share
Englewood, Colo. — EchoStar announced that Carl Vogel has returned to the company in a full-time role as vice chairman, and named
New York — Philips will introduce later this year its first DLP-based rear-projection HDTV sets under the volume-oriented Magnavox brand
BrandSource’s Summit show at the Marriott World Center in Orlando, Fla., illustrated the va
By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
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