Philips plans to put another digital video recorder in the market, offering more features than most of its rivals.
Acer has become a member of the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), giving Blu-ray a lead among the world's largest PC manufacturers.
Casio today unveiled a new digital still camera that can take as many as 300 shots per second.
Sandisk announced today that it has developed the industry's first 8 GB Memory Stick Micro, a fingertip-sized memory card used primarily in cell phones.
An Apple press conference has been scheduled for September 5, lighting up speculation that a new line of iPods may be announced next week.
Sanyo today announced the Xacti HD1000, claiming it is the smallest and lightest camcorder to record in a 1920x1080 resolution.
Budget electronics manufacturer will bring out its first HD DVD player later this year.
Creative's latest media player will be its thinnest yet, with capacity available as large as 16 GB.
Samsung has increased its list of digital media players by two, with the announcement of a new MP3 player and portable video device.
Logitech today introduced a pair of new USB-powered headsets made up of laser-tuned audio drivers and a noise-canceling microphone.
Though they're not exactly World Series staples, the Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to make it into the record books by installing the world's largest HDTV screen.
Sandisk's latest addition to its Sansa line of MP3 players is the Clip, a miniature device designed to rival Apple's iPod Shuffle.
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Gefen has introduced a new device that takes contains one HDMI input and 10 HDMI outputs, allowing simultaneous audio/video display on several different monitors.
Culver City (CA) - Sony has launched a new line of Cyber-shot digital cameras, including two that incorporate a new touch-screen interface.
Sony has used touch screen controls in previous models mainly for menu navigation, but the DSC-T200 and DSC-T70 go a step further.
Users can tap a spot on the viewfinder with their finger and the shot will automatically focus on that point. Also, somewhat in the vein of the iPhone, users can touch a picture in playback mode to zoom in and move the image around on the screen.