Barnes & Noble this week announced the availability of its new Nook Version 1.3 software
In celebration of Earth Day, Samsung and Sprint announced their second cooperative eco-friendly device--Samsung Restore.
Experian Simmons, providers of consumer behavior data, released results of a study to determine which markets are the biggest Apple product users, and found that the San Francisco Bay Area is the top market for the company's products.
Fisher and Paykel announced this week that its vice president of sales and marketing, Laurence Mawhinney, has been appointed as the company's new President.
ViewSonic Corp.'s 23" VT2300LED ViewLED, which was shown at CES in January, is now available.
RadioShack has debuted its first new TV spot featuring Lance Armstrong, whose cycling team, Team RadioShack, is now sponsored by the retailer. The commercial announces that "The Shack and Lance power the mobile universe."
Capitol, formerly Capitol Sales, is now an authorized distributor of the entire Middle Atlantic Products line
Coinciding with the iPad's release Saturday, iLuv announced the availability for purchase of its new line of iPad accessories
The chief product manager for Verizon FiOS said Friday that the service will offer 3D programming "well in advance of the holiday TV shopping season."
Platinum Tools, manufacturers and distributors of wire and cable solutions, moved this week to a larger facility in California
Definitive Technology announced this week that it has developed what it calls the world's thinnest high-performance on-wall home theater loudspeaker.
HTC Corporation Tuesday announced the opening of an online store for their phones and accessories. Consumers are now able to view, purchase and even activate the company's various phones.
Sprint Tuesday announced the expansion of 4G to Cincinatti, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Miami, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, and St. Louis
Danish high-end CE manufacturer Bang and Olufsen launched a tour Thursday, bringing its latest BeoVision TV line to North America.
In response to widening 3D availability from major manufacturers, XpanD is exhibiting the world's first universally compatible 3D glasses this week at ShoWest 2010 in Las Vegas.