Los Angeles — Kaleidescape, the high-end home entertainment server company that employs a controversial disc-to-hard drive transfer system, has joined the
El Segundo, Calif. – DirecTV Tuesday reported a 5.6 percent decline in first-quarter profits but still managed to tally subscriber gains in Latin America and
Atlanta — High-performance projector manufacturer Digital Projection International (DPI), unveiled Thursday a Lamp Freedom Program, offering purchasers of new
Tokyo — Sony recorded a net profit, based on reduced TV losses and sales of facilities, and higher sales for its fiscal year, ended March 31.
Santa Clara, Calif. — Rovi and Toshiba are teaming up to launch a range of DTVs certified for DivX Plus Streaming content, the companies said Tuesday.
Fremont, Calif. — Video projector resource Optoma launched Monday its TW610STi+ 3D-ready HD DLP projector with remote command and control via Crestron
Los Angeles — Warner Home Entertainment this week clarified some misleading information circulating on its new subscription-based Warner Archive Instant
Calabasas, Calif. – Advanced home theater technologies developer DTS, CE maker Samsung Electronics and the Best Buy-owned media streaming service CinemaNow
Ridgefield Park, N.J. — Samsung Electronics America launched Wednesday a new global brand campaign targeting the retail, hospitality, healthcare, education
Los Angeles – The first quarter of 2013 may not have been a growth bonanza for many consumer electronics categories, but it appears to have treated the
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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