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Acer's K11 Pico Projector fits VGA and HDMI ports into a package weighing 610 grams. It will go on sale by late April, Acer staff at CeBIT said.
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck Taiwan early Thursday may affect the tech industry by sending prices of LCD panels and, certain chips higher.
At Macworld Expo, Flatscreen Arms had its line of iMac- and Apple display-compatible arms and mounts on display.
Roman Loyola takes a look at Macworld Expo 2010 Best of Show products, Ten One Design’s Inklet and Canson’s Papershow.
From Macworld Expo 2010, Roman Loyola takes a look at two Best of Show winners, Kanex's XD (an adapter box for connecting HDMI devices to the current 27-inch iMac) and Microvision's ShowWX (a pico projector).
Dell's new high-end IPS 27-inch monitor offers users a high-end experience, with a massive 2560-by-1440 screen resolution.
Sharp and Samsung have put nearly three years of battling over LCD panel and module patents behind them with a deal that ends all patent infringement disputes.
We've gathered our HDTV coverage from CES 2010 in one spot to make it easier to get the lowdown on what happened at the trade show.
Toshiba trotted out its latest and greatest HDTV, the Cell TV, with its companion media center set-top box.
Sony today introduced 12 new series of HDTVs for the coming year. The new models will start rolling out in spring and continue in summer.
Sharp announced a new line of Aquos HDTVs, that will add a yellow subpixel to the normal red, green and blue (RGB) colors used in TV pixels.
LG's connected HDTVs are getting more connections, including support for Skype video calls.
New pico projectors are making their entrance at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, from Microvision, 3M and others.
Many digital frames offer limited Internet access through a Wi-Fi connection, but the Photo Mail frame will connect using AT&T's 3G network instead.
Casio's new 10.2-inch Digital Arts Frame lets users apply the kinds of graphic filters found in Photoshop.