Despite cost being a barrier to its widespread adoption, that picture is soon to change.
University of Georgia scientists have developed the world's first LED that emits a warm white light using a single light emitting material, or phosphor, with a single emitting center for illumination.
I'm sure there are a lot of people out there who like the idea of home automation.
A new 'spintronic' organic light-emitting diode promises to be brighter, lower-cost and more environmentally friendly than those currently used in lighting, television and computer displays and other electronic devices.
Sharp has set a new world record.
Joining in the niche market of advanced, seemingly never-ending lightbulbs, Samsung has introduced new "Advanced LED" bulbs to the US market.
Researchers at California's Stanford University have built and demonstrated an ultrafast nanoscale light-emitting diode (LED) that consumes significantly less power than current laser-based systems.
MIT's developed a way to grow an entire electronic device in a flask of liquid. The team demonstrated the technique, called hydrothermal synthesis, by producing a working LED array made of zinc oxide nanowires in a microfluidic channel.
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have taken a big step forward in the development of high-quality LED televisions and displays.
Of the estimated 300,000 3D TV sets that have been sold worldwide, 270,000 have been Samsung units, leaving other powerful companies to fight for the remaining scraps.
Phillips has introduced a 12 watt LED bulb that could eventually replace the ubiquitous 60 watt incandescent bulb.
Apple has updated its entry-level $999 MacBook with a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics and a 10-hour battery.
Microsoft and LG have reportedly entered into a memorandum of understanding to jointly market the latter's new 3D televisions alongside 3D-enabled Xbox 360 games in the Asia Pacific region.
A University of Florida engineering researcher has developed a tiny night vision device that would be incorporated into everything from cellphones to eyeglasses and car windscreens.
Eco-friendly lighting might actually start being some use, with the launch of an LED lightbulb from GE that's claimed to produce nearly as much light as a 40-watt incandescent bulb, while lasting more than 25 times as long.
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.