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Nvidia has been with a lawsuit alleging it made false and misleading statements to investors.
Epson has unveiled the PowerLite Home Cinema 6100, which it claims is the first 1080p digital projector to be offered for less than $2,000.
Epson today announced a new multimedia projector, the MovieMate 55. The device includes a projector, CD/DVD player, and speakers in a portable case.
You don't need me to rattle off the benefits of working with multiple displays. But what if your machine is one that doesn't offer built-in support for multiple displays—like, say, a Mac mini? Roman Loyola takes a look at the TripleHead2Go.
Tritton's SEE2 Extreme connects additional DVI or VGA displays using USB 2.0.
The XPJ projector is extremely inexpensive, and aimed at gamers.
Nvidia has unveiled its new GeForce GTX 200 series graphics processors.
ATI has introduced a new Radeon HD card for Mac gamers and professional users who use Mac Pros; the company claims it's faster than Nvidia's rival GeForce 8800 card.
Hewlett-Packard says its 24-inch DreamColor LP2480zx will deliver true colors because of its ability to display 30-bit color, which can provide up to one billion colors.
Starbucks’ Web site was overwhelmed with customers trying to sign up for a new program that will offer them some free Wi-Fi.
Kensington is offering a dual monitor adapter that uses USB.
Sanyo is offering two new portable LCD projectors that feature an active filtration system.
Epson's new EX90 projector is aimed at small businesses and features 1024 x 768 native resolution.
Nvidia has won a court decision filed against creditors of 3dfx Interactive, which Nvidia bought the assets of in 2001.
The MacBook Air is spurring the use of LED backlights in notebook PCs, thanks to its ultra-thin design.