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CEA Names New Board; Pidgeon is Chairman
October 1, 2014

As determined over the summer, Daniel Pidgeon of Starpower is the new chairman of the Consumer Electronics Association. The new executive board and board of industry leaders were elected Wednesday at the CEA Innovate! event in Arizona.

Fujifilm Touch Screen Poised to Aid Microsoft Vs. Apple
March 10, 2013

Fujifilm Holdings Corp., a company better known for cameras and film, could help Microsoft Corp. and the personal-computer industry fight back against Apple Inc.

Fujifilm is using its experience with silver to create bigger and more affordable touch-screen displays. Laptops and desktops sporting large touch-responsive panels are costly to produce because the sensors are made of a rare and brittle material called indium tin oxide, or ITO. Fujifilm and other companies, including Atmel Corp. and Uni-Pixel Inc., are working on new, less expensive approaches that rely on different metals to help the industry

Olympus Unveils New Stylus TG-830 and TG-2 Tough Compact Digital Cameras
January 31, 2013

What are the first few names that come to mind when talking about digital camera manufacturers? Nikon, Fujifilm, Canon, maybe Sony, maybe Panasonic, right? How about Olympus? Well, they’re probably not in anyone’s top three at the moment, but if you think about it you’ll remember seeing plenty of good-looking cams from the Japanese company and then not seeing them for no apparent reason.

Fujifilm Debuts Point-and-Shoot Camera
July 26, 2012

Fujifilm today has unveiled its latest point-and-shoot in the form of the new FinePix F800EXR. This baby has one nice feature which Fujifilm hopes to entice with, and that is wireless sharing of photos you’ve captured to your Android or iOS device.

Fujifilm Names New Leaders
July 19, 2012

Fujifilm this week announced new leadership for its North American operations, with Kaz Yamamura taking over as president of Fujifilm Holdings America Corp and Go Miyazaki named President and COO of Fujifilm North America Corporation.

Panasonic Denies Reports it is Investing $632m into Olympus
June 8, 2012

Panasonic President Fumio Ohtsubo has gone on record to say that his company isn't planning on investing into ailing Olympus with some $632m in funds, denying a recent report. The original news came from the Kyodo news agency on Wednesday, citing unnamed sources. According to the latest Reuters story, Ohtsubo not only denied the report, but also confirmed there are no plans by Panasonic to invest into Olympus.

"I don't know where that information came from, not from us," the President stated during an interview at the Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association.

The Age of Flexible Electronics is Upon Us
April 16, 2012

Flexible electronics promise some very cool products in the not so distant future. They include smart bandages that monitor the vital signs of a wounded soldier. Sensors that can detect where the weakest part of an airplane. Flexible glass that can display digital imagery. And smart trading cards that can transmit information to a digital display. Flexible electronics combine graphics arts printing and microelectronics, enabling machines to literally print circuits on top of plastic materials in the same way that an inkjet printer sprays ink on paper.

The Best of CES 2012
January 12, 2012

LAS VEGAS--If it's January, it must be CES. The Consumer Electronics Show (or CES, as it's affectionately known) is the technology industry's annual megaconvention, bringing together more than 140,000 attendees to see the latest and greatest products, services, and apps--the building blocks of our increasingly tech-centric, hyper-connected 21st century culture. For 2012, the tech experts at CNET have once again had the privilege of managing the official Best of CES awards. This year, our team of editors has identified the most promising products in

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.