Panasonic unveiled on Monday a full HD 3-D plasma TV and said it will show it next week at the Ceatec IT show.
International music star Lady Gaga brought some glamor to IFA in Berlin on Monday when she launched a new series of headphones developed with Monster Cable.
FujiFilm will launch a digital camera capable of shooting 3D images and video in Europe in October, it said on Thursday.
Recognizing that a shortage of content could doom its 3-D push from the start, Sony is planning to launch cameras that give consumers the ability to shoot in 3-D.
The tr.im link shortening service was shutdown by operator Nambu Network on Sunday after the company failed to find a buyer for the service.
Sony has developed a camera base system that will aim a camera and take pictures automatically.
SD memory cards capable of reading and writing data at speeds faster than current cards should be available in early 2010, Toshiba said on Tuesday.
Nissan has developed a prototype iPhone application that allows electric car owners to dial into their vehicles and check battery levels.
Sales of video game hardware and software were down by around a third in June compared to the same month last year, according to monthly NPD data.
Sharp plans to increase production of LCD panels by tens of thousands of screens per month due to increased demand from TV makers.
Google is developing an open-source operating system targeted at Internet-centric computers and will release it later this year, it said Wednesday.
Sony introduced its Walkman portable cassette player thirty years ago this week, kicking off a revolution in the consumer electronics industry by changing the way people enjoy music.
Apple's iPhone 3GS went on sale in Japan on Friday morning.
Lines for the iPhone 3GS outside Softbank's flagship store in Tokyo had grown to around 100 people by 7 p.m. Thursday evening.
There is little excitement ahead of the launch of the iPhone 3GS launch in Japan on Friday.