Most home electronics continue to use energy, even when you’ve turned them off. This wasted energy is known as Standby Power, which adds up fast. Standby Power impacts not only the environment, but also your electricity bill, as it can... Read more

Silicon Image™, Inc., a leader in semiconductors and intellectual property for the secure distribution, presentation and storage of high-definition (HD) content, today introduced the SiI6100 HD display processor, the world’s first device... Read more

With a focus on making photo sharing easier and more convenient, Sony today introduced the world’s first Wi-Fi® enabled digital camera that uploads photos and videos to Web sites through any public hotspot due to its built-in Web browser

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Samsung Electronics Company officially announced that it is preparing for the presentation of several new ultra-thin LED TVs international exhibition CES 2009, which begins in a few days in Las Vegas

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Among higher-end LCD TVs, a 120Hz refresh rate is fast becoming a standard feature. Typical HDTVs refresh at 60Hz, so doubling the refresh rate allows TV makers to add dejudder video processing that smooths out the picture, reduce blurring in... Read more

Coby, that company that maks all those dirt cheap electronics that you can find at discount stores and shopping mall kiosks plans to enter the netook market early in 2009

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As Christmas gets nearer, we’re continuing our current focus on smaller — and therefore more Christmas stocking-friendly! — TVs in the shape of LG’s 26LG3000: a neat-looking little 26in set that follows on from... Read more