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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.
NEC's new MultiSync EX series of ultra-slim LED-backlit monitors kicks off with the $339 EX231W.
A long-running price-fixing probe into the LCD panel business has netted its ninth indictment against a Taiwanese executive, according to the Department of Justice.
Kanex has announced three display adapters to help connect a variety of Macs, new and old, to a variety of Apple displays.
Apple released software updates for Mac OS X and Boot Camp users to support its new 27-inch Cinema Display, which went on sale last week. A bundled update for Windows users brings support for the Magic Trackpad along with support for the new display.
LaCie has announced the latest addition to its line of professional displays, the LaCie 324i, which promises to deliver uniform and accurate colors thanks to its wide gamuts and backlight stabilization.
Apple’s new 27-inch LED Cinema Display finally has a shipping date. Unveiled in July, the monitor sports some of the goodies you’d expect if you’re familiar with the 27-inch iMac: a 2560 by 1440 resolution, a 178 degree viewing angle, and a built-in iSight camera.
Display manufacturer ViewSonic says that all of its displays will feature Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology by early 2011, offering customers significant energy cost savings and improved performance and contrast.