Don't-Miss Display Stories
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.
LG Display has developed a prototype LCD panel for television sets that's less than a quarter the thickness of the company's current production panels.
A Taiwanese maker of thin-film transistor-liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs) has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $220 million fine for price-fixing.
A partnership between Intel and Nokia announced on Tuesday to develop future mobile devices will be mutually beneficial, analysts said.
Nokia is suing display manufacturers Samsung, LG, Philips, Toshiba and others for price-fixing.
Some 27-inch iMacs have been arriving at consumers' homes with cracked screens. And Macworld Lab has some first-hand experience with the issue.
If your existing display just isn't cutting it any more, then it might be time to step up to Ostendo's 43-inch curved monitor. This long-awaited display is now...