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Apple has removed the 20-inch Cinema Display from its online store—typically a sign that the company has discontinued a product.
MIMO has announced the release of two seven-inch displays that work using USB.
Rob Griffiths spends some time with a unibody 15-inch MacBook Pro that has a custom matte screen from TechRestore.
NEC plans to lay off 20,000 workers, close factories and withdraw from some business areas as a result of the poor economic conditions.
InFocus has announced Intel Mac support for its DisplayLink-equipped projectors.
An Nvidia software update released on Monday fixes problems with one of Apple's Mini DisplayPort adapters and an Nvidia graphics chip and card.
Apple customers using the company's new DisplayPort Dual Link DVI adapter are reporting problems with their 30-inch displays.
The forthcoming version of the DisplayPort specification is said to incorporate Apple's mini DisplayPort connector.
An Apple patent suggests that we may see the iSight camera move from above the display to right behind it.
Rob Griffiths dislikes the glossy screens that now adorn Apple’s MacBook Pro line. So you can imagine his reaction when he discovered that TechRestore offers a matte screen replacement service for 15-inch laptops.
Troll Touch is offering a version of the 24-inch LED Cinema Display with a touchscreen overlay.
LG Display won a $500 million deal to supply LCD panels to Apple.
The $2,499 REALis SX800 projector features 3,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 900:1.