Atlanta — Reinier Jens, president of Philips Consumer Electronics, North America, is leaving the operation and will be replaced by
Washington — A new proposal that would close “the analog hole” on digital video content “is a bad solution in search of a problem,”
San Francisco — Sharper Image reported on a higher loss and lower revenues for its first fiscal quarter,
Toshiba has broadened its line of plasma, microdisplay rear-projection, DLP and digital direct-view TVs.
Lake Forest, Calif. — Western Digital introduced the My Book Pro Edition external hard drive this week.
Irving, Texas — Nokia has begun selling its N91 HDD-equipped phone for $599 on its Web site,
New York — Audiovox pushed back shipments of XM Passport tuner modules to August from the May-June period to clear out inventories of
A pair of mobiBLU-branded flash-memory music players launched by Hyun Won America includes a model that delivers 153 hours
Mountain View, Calif. — Slim Devices and Infrant have teamed up to deliver a bundled networked-audio solution that requires no PC.
New York — A new service from Fusion Telecommunications International has risen to challenge Skype’s free calling while Microsoft’s
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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