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Filings with the US and Canadian trademark offices reveal that the Thunderbolt trademark is being claimed by Apple and not Intel.
Japan's Sharp has developed an 85-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) panel with resolution equivalent to 16 times that of today's HDTV panels.
Hewlett-Packard considered using Intel's Thunderbolt interconnect in new desktop PCs announced Monday, but say it's sticking with USB 3.0 because of wider support.
According to Apple, the new Thunderbolt-equipped iMacs do in fact support Target Display Mode, allowing you to use them as an external monitor. However, there's a catch: It only works with Thunderbolt-equipped Macs.
Intel says developer kits for Thunderbolt will be available this quarter, which could lead to the quick availability of a wider range of products based on the interconnect technology.
The iPad 2's hogging all the available touchscreens, AT&T and Verizon have to play nice with the little guys, and how much could a Twitter spy even say in 140 characters?
Taiwan's AU Optronics, one of the biggest LCD screen makers in the world, said Thursday it filed two separate lawsuits in the U.S. against Sharp, alleging the...
Thursday's product announcements from Apple prompt this special edition of the Macworld Podcast, in which Roman Loyola reports the latest MacBook Pro updates and Mac OS X Lion.
Sony will soon begin selling a professional monitor that contains the largest commercial organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen yet produced.
The U.S. Department of Justice indicted the president of Taiwanese display maker HannStar, making him the 22nd executive to be charged in an ongoing investigation into price fixing in the LCD industry.
Apple on Wednesday released a firmware update for its 27-inch LED Cinema Display, in order to fix problems with intermittent audio.
Apple on Thursday released a series of patches for its Boot Camp software and firmware updates for the MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Macworld Senior Editor Jackie Dove would love to upgrade her old printer, point-and-shoot, and earbuds, and to move up to one of Apple's latest Cinema Displays.
Samsung Electronics has developed see-through flat-panel screens intended to be used as high-tech windows and showed them in Japan.
The first electronic paper displays that can show color were unveiled by E Ink and LG on Wednesday at the Flat Panel Display International show in Japan.