The type of sensors that pick up the rhythm of a beating heart in implanted cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers are vulnerable to tampering, according to a new study conducted in controlled laboratory conditions.
Use of consumer electronics (CE) devices like Blu-ray players, video game consoles, set-top boxes computers and peripherals are on the rise.
New breakthroughs in solar photovoltaic technology could make low-cost solar cells available in an array of consumer electronic equipment.
EVen though people are constantly whining about the rough economy, it seems they're still flush enough to buy more TVs, game consoles, and Blu-ray players than ever before.
Last year, fewer than 5 million TV sets shipped in the US had Wi-Fi connectivity features. That number is set to grow to over 60 million units in the next 4 years, according to a new report from In-Stat.
Sony is planning to unveil a new lineup of home entertainment devices that will be powered by Intel processors and Google-coded software.
Verizon Fios has added new functionality to its first-in-class Media Manager functionality, and has expanded its reach from DVR customers only to all Fios subscribers.
Panasonic has just added DivX's new top-of-the-line "Plus" certification. The 3D player is the first in the world to do so.
Toshiba has announced a summer launch date for its "3D Regza" LCD TV lineup.
What better way to show off your inner geek than to deck out your living room with an HDTV themed to one of several Marvel Comics superheros.
Pioneer has launched its first iPhone App, iControlAV, which allows users to remotely access their home theater sound systems through Wi-Fi connectivity. Support, though, is limited to just 2 receivers.
Global electronics manufacturer LG is set to offer a first in the burgeoning market of 3D TVs: it will have the first sets with LCD backlighting.
It was only a matter of time: Google is now reportedly working on a new software interface for Internet-enabled TV sets, further expanding the online behemoth's stretch from its search engine roots.
If Panasonic's initial sales are any indication, 3D is indeed going to break into the market in a big way. The company's first shipment of 3D HDTVs has sold out.
A senior analyst has predicted that global shipments of non-X86 powered smartbooks will reach 163 million in 2015.
OpenPeak is currently showcasing its Moorestown-powered OpenTablet 7 at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC).
The bigwigs of the mobile world have come together in their infinite wisdom at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona and decided to create an 'open international applications platform' to add to the plethora of platforms already out there, in the hope of creating a super huge and more or less unified platform for the mobile apps space.
We're sure none of you would ever do such a thing, obviously, but apparently naughty Brits are bashing their iPhones with hammers just get a free upgrade out of their insurer.
Sony has announced its first 3D-ready Blu-ray disk player, along with upgrades to existing machines allowing them to play 3D movies too.
As if predictive text wasn't bad enough, an Israeli company has launched a totally predictive interface for Android phones.