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FujiFilm develops a 3D camera that shoots two images and combines them into one.
Italian trial continues over Google's hosting of videos that allegedly violate privacy law.
Sony has taken energy saving to the next level in a series of forthcoming TVs that automatically switches off the display...
Blockbuster and Sonic Systems are teaming up to make digital content available on a wider range of electronic devices.
A U.S. digital TV converter box program has run out of money.
Samsung will unveil a Blu-ray Disc player that's 39 millimeters thick at this week's CES in Las Vegas, it said Monday.
Intel on Monday said it will show off prototype devices that meld the TV and the Internet.
Digital camera maker Kodak slashed its 2008 financial guidance saying consumer spending has worsened.
Sony has unveiled at the Ceatec 2008 show a prototype OLED TV set that's just 0.9mm thin.
UPDATE: Sony and Panasonic will both unveil new digital SLR (single lens reflex) cameras next week, the companies said Wednesday.
Intel and Yahoo are partnering on a hardware and software platform that will bring widgets to TV.
The battle for high-def video dominance began in 2000; here's a look at how Blu-ray bested HD DVD.
Picture quality shows too much detail for some performers, but industry is still going high-def.