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PMA@CES Adds Lucidiom, Noritsu
October 20, 2011

CEA said this week that the PMA@CES program has added several new exhibitors, including Liberty, Lucidiom, Noritsu America and Tamrac.

Casio Tryx Gets Guinness Listing
September 22, 2011

Casio said Thursday that its Tryx camera has been named the "World's Most Adjustable Digital Camera" by Guinness World Records. The record will be listed in the 2012 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Casio Launches TRYX
April 8, 2011

Casio celebrated the upcoming release of its TRYX camera Thursday night with performances by Nicki Minaj and The Roots at the Best Buy Theater in New York City.

D&H Donating to Japan Relief
March 16, 2011

D&H Distributing said it will donate 1 percent of its proceeds from U.S. and Canadian sales from products from Japan-based vendors on March 17 and 18 to the American Red Cross for tsunami relief.

Camera Makers Slash Prices on New Point-and-Shoots
January 7, 2011

To fight dwindling camera sales, manufacturers are slashing prices for point-and-shoots - often below $100 - and offering more features for the money. Camera makers unveiled dozens of models this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the largest gadget show in the U.S. Here's what to look for once they go on sale over the next few months. Lower prices It used to be nearly impossible to buy a digital camera for $100. Now, Casio America Inc., Canon Inc., Eastman Kodak Co. and Olympus Corp. all sell them, and other big brands

Ushering In a Digital Revolution
January 6, 2011

At the 2011 International CES, Casio America introduced the TRYX digital camera and online network service, which it believes will revolutionize the industry just as it did in 1995 with the first digital camera with an LCD.

CES 2011: What's Hot
January 5, 2011

Show-goers are likely to find products and applications related to the great demand for portable devices, with the proliferation of tablets and e-readers; device connectivity and interconnectivity; sensor domination; and the rise of apps.

PCD Taps the Future of Phones
January 1, 2011

Personal Communications Devices (PCD), once known as Audiovox Communications and then as UTStarcom Personal Communications, is a company with a 30-year history in mobile telecommunications that parallels the birth and growth of the cellular phone category.