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A spinoff from Sony plans to sell a range of high-end FED monitors in 2009.
Vuzix has released its iWear VR920 video eyewear.
Toshiba has introduced the TDP-EX20U digital projector featuring "extreme short projection."
Epson has introduced two new all-in-one home projectors, one of which also incorporates HDMI support.
Sharp, one of the biggest manufacturers of flat-panel displays, has accused Samsung, one of its largest rivals, of infringing five LCD patents.
ColorEyes Display Pro monitor calibration software now supports Apple Displays, including MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac displays.
Epson's latest budget-priced multimedia projector is the $649 PowerLite S5.
Philip Michaels thinks that Steve Jobs will cover three topics during his developers' conference keynote on Monday: Leopard, Leopard, and Leopard again.
A class-action lawsuit claims that Apple is misrepresenting the amount of colors its MacBooks and MacBook Pros can display.
In an open letter this week, Steve Jobs outlined Apple's plans for removing toxic chemicals from its products, including a plan to introduce LED-backlight LCDs in 2007. Lab director James Galbraith explains this technology and what it means for future Apple products.
We recently featured a trio of shopping lists for the Ultimate Home Office. But readers have some pretty interesting shopping ideas of their own.
Pity the modern worker. Back when our ancestors served their 60 hours a week lashed to lathes, coupled to conveyor belts, and harnessed to harvesters, it was impossible to take work home. Clock out, and you were done for the day. No longer. The home office—whether as an adjunct to a distant workplace or as the location of your primary workplace—is a common component of home.
Envision has introduced three new LCD displays that are Mac and PC-compatible -- a 19-inch widescreen model with 1440 x 900 resolution and a 17 and 19-inch display with 1280 x 1024 pixel resolutions. All are priced between $199 and $229.
Apple dropped the price of its Cinema Displays on Wednesday.
Matrox Graphics used this week’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco to introduce the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition, which enables you to hook up to three DVI-based displays to a Mac or PC.