IFA 2009Sony announced to the world its new make.believe vision at its keynote at IFA, and phone arm Sony Ericsson will, apparently, also adopt the new corporate message.
IFA 2009Germany's IFA show kicks off later this week, now in its 85 th year (the show launched in 1924) with all the world's tech enthusiasts keenly anticipating a slew of new product announcements from the likes of LG, Samsung, Sharp and Sony, TomTom, Philips, Acer and lots, lots more.
Panasonic Corp is set to launch a new range of slim and eco-friendly plasma TVs in Japan this spring. Panny's new super-skinny, planet-friendly plasma TVs are a quarter of the thickness and consume half as much electricity as conventional models, in a bid to stir up demand amid a spreading recession.
ExclusivePlasma TVs only make up 10 per cent of flat screen sales. And with LCD panels improving exponentially year-on-year, and with OLED emerging as a viable future option, some people are predicting the imminent death of plasma
Well, having spent what feels like the best part of a year (or so) in Berlin attending my first IFA conference, I can well and truly say I've had enough of big-screen TVs.
After TechRadar's exclusive chat with light-emitting wallpaper designer Jonas Samson in April, it seems more artists and designers are jumping on board to brighten up or otherwise trick out our interior spaces. Here's our favourite five innovations.
Breaking this year's IFA mould and not just announcing yet another new flat-screen telly, Sony has unveiled a Blu-ray player for those that laugh in the face of the credit crunch.
Commodore has announced that it's joining the netbook market with the launch of its new Via C7-M processor netbook at IFA today.
As we announced on Saturday, IFA, one of the world's largest technology shows, saw a number of its booths raided this year by customs staff looking for manufacturers using the work of others without authorisation. Now new reports are coming in about which companies had actually been involved, and it seems that Hyundai, the South Korean manufacturing company, was one of the targets.