New York - Intel announced it will start shipping the new desktop and notebook chipsets that were introduced at Computex in Taiwan
Fresh supplies of flat-panel TVs helped Tweeter Home Entertainment Group push same-store sales ahead 2.4 percent for the
Scottsdale, Ariz. — Flash-memory-based solid-state drives could displace traditional hard drives in the notebook computer market within
New York — Hewlett-Packard continued to gain ground on market leader Dell in the U.S. market during the second quarter, with HP boosting
Samsung sets its sights on becoming a top-tier digital camera brand by 2010, displacing Kodak, Sony or Canon.
Montebello, Calif. - Hajime “Jimmy” Yamaguchi, 61, president of TEAC America and a director of parent company TEAC Corp. of Japan,
Brightwaters, N.J. — Brother International will start shipping the first of three new models in its inkjet-based Multi Function Center
Fort Worth, Texas — RadioShack posted a $3.2 million net loss on sales of $1.1 billion for its second quarter, down from the $52 million
Chinese television manufacturers exhibiting at the recent 2006 China International Consumer Electronics Show (SINOCES)
Tokyo — Pioneer reported a 20.4 percent gain in revenue and operating income of $61.5 million for the first quarter, ended June 30.
By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
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
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