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Sony revealed on Sunday a system that will allow viewers of its Bravia flat-panel TV sets to access broadband video content, some of it in high-definition.
Digital Foci is shipping a new version of its Image Moments digital photo frame that now supports custom frames.
Regulators in the US, Korea and Japan have served Samsung with subpoenas as part of an investigation into possible anti-competitive practices in the LCD market.
ATI graphics products lost ground in every category during the third quarter, and its acquisition by AMD is likely the reason why, says Jon Peddie Research.
Matrox has introduced two boxes that enable Intel Mac users to connect two or three external displays using a single connector from their Mac.
Demand for flat-panel televisions fell in Europe, but LCD models still outsold CRT models for the first time there during the third quarter.
Our annual Gear Guide continues with five digital photo offerings, from cameras to services that transform your images into something special. We also profile a few camcorders, a digital projector, and a universal remote for multimedia-savvy Mac users.
BenQ has introduced four new LCD displays, including two new widescreen models.
Every year, we ask several experts to predict what the next 12 months will bring us in terms of products and innovations across the Mac landscape. But we also want to hear what you think is on the horizon.
Soyo Group has introduced dual-screen LCD displays that incorporate two separate LCD flat panels in a single chassis and a single stand.
Digital Foci's new "Image Moments" digital picture frame features an interchangeable frame design and other enhancements -- it costs $229.
ViewSonic's new ViewDock line of LCD displays feature integrated iPod docks, along with speakers and an 8-in-1 flash media card reader.
A study commissioned by Apple concludes that a 30-inch display can help boost worker productivity, but not everyone agrees.
One easy way to lessen your risk of injury is to get the right chair and set up your hardware correctly. But while most ergonomists concur that certain arrangements are particularly hazardous, they don't always agree on what's best. That makes it difficult to suggest a perfect setup, so consider these recommendations as guidelines.
Epson has unveiled four new LCD projectors, some of which support wireless networking and USB flash drives.