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2014-10-07 Post-holiday buzz: Read all the news you've missed
Here are the electronics news you may have missed during last week's holidays.
2007-01-08 Holiday tech sales growth slowed
Consumer technology retail sales the week of Christmas achieved a record of nearly $2.5 billion, but overall technology holiday spending grew more slowly than years past.
2007-12-26 Holiday CE sales slower than last year, says report
Holiday sales of consumer electronic devices in the United States fell this year compared to last year, according to the NPD Group Inc.
2005-09-01 Holiday blues and blazing rows; next time pack your laptop
A survey has found that one in ten British holiday makers get so bored they end up having a blazing row with their partner.
2007-11-27 Flat-panel TVs high on holiday gift lists
According to Consumer Reports, nearly two out of every 10 consumers plan to buy a flat-panel TV as a gift for the holidays or after the holidays, with 47 percent looking for screens that are 42in or larger.
2014-12-15 10 tech gifts for the holiday season
Here's our top 10 time-saving, life-improving, questionably necessary tech gadgets that we think you'll find irresistible enough to stuff in your own stocking this year.
2014-12-24 What is the real impact of online shopping to the env't?
Environmental impact assessments are one way the IT and ICT industries try to predict the environmental impact of products and services, but researchers at KTH say these assessments need to go further.
2011-01-18 Worldwide PC shipments up 3.1% in Q4 2010
Global PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2010 rose just 3.1 percent from year-ago levels. The less-than-projected growth was attributed to weak holiday sales resulting from intensifying competition in consumer spending.
2006-10-27 TV receiver, TV-on-chip enable mobile TV in new apps
Telegent's new TV receiver and TV-on-chip are expected to enable handset manufacturers and carriers to introduce new products with mobile TV, and do it before the holiday season.
2008-04-28 Tax exemption expiry worries Indian IT firms
The uncertainty about extending the 10-year tax holiday for IT companies have left Indian chip design houses in a quandary.
2007-11-21 Self-tuning 'robot' guitar ready for spotlight
Gibson Guitar Corp. has a special treat this holiday season as it demos the first limited edition self-tuning guitar on Dec. 7 for $2,500.
2008-11-27 RC helicopter flies light with few electronics
Heading into the holiday season, toys come to mind and so we examine an interesting remote-control (RC) device, in the form of Revell's RC helicopter.
2013-03-12 Price drop boosts LED application
High power LED ASP has fallen by 6-9 per cent, which LEDinside believes is not only due to the medium power LED price cut, but also agent conversion and the manufacturers' inventory reduction plans before the Chinese New Year Holiday.
2005-12-05 Peripheral chip shortage may limit notebook computer production
A shortage of chipsets could deplete the supply of hot-selling notebook computers during the holiday season.
2007-10-31 Pentax may sue for damages from Matsushita plant fire
Pentax may seek monetary damages from Matsushita Battery Industrial, after a fire at the latter's plant had caused Pentax to push the scheduled launch of its new digital camera beyond the lucrative holiday season.
2007-09-28 PDC: Plasma display market to see 25% growth
The plasma display category is poised to grow 25 percent in 2007 as the industry enters the Q4 holiday sales season, according to the Plasma Display Coalition (PDC).
2012-02-14 No compromise experience for Windows 8 on ARM
Microsoft has still not laid out a specific timeframe for the availability of the full commercial version of Windows 8, but several Microsoft partners have said they hope to have WOA devices on shelves in time for the 2012 holiday season.
2007-02-12 National Semi lowers revenue forecast
National Semiconductor Corp. revised its revenue outlook for the third fiscal quarter ending Feb. 25 due to lower-than-expected shipments of display products over the holiday season in its Asian distribution channel and the projected decrease in shipments in the third quarter.
2006-11-21 NAND flash supply tightens
The supply of NAND flash products has started to tighten as demand continues to increase buoyed by the upcoming holiday season, according to Taiwan-based memory chipmakers.
2011-12-20 NAND flash market may find respite in holidays
Forecast for NAND flash average contract price could fall 5-7 percent or could stay flat through the pre-holiday sales.
2011-11-21 Malaysia gears up to be largest solar panel maker
The country is an ideal destination for investors as it offers a 15-year tax holiday for solar company profits, low interest rates and good infrastructures.
2009-12-21 LED lighting brightens the holidays
The holiday season is turning into the coming-out party for the use of LEDs for general illumination, paving the way for double-digit sales growth in 2009 and a near doubling in market revenue by 2013.
2004-12-07 LCD monitor prices continue downward streak in Q4
Despite the expected year-end holiday buying spree, manufacturers claim that LCD monitor prices are expected to further decrease this month, with 15- and 17-inch monitor prices to incur additional $3 to $5 cuts, and 19-inch monitor prices to decrease by $5 to $10.
2010-08-16 IBM forecasts 5 percent rise in US electronics sales
US retailers of electronics and appliances can expect sales to bounce back in the run-up to the 2010 holiday season, according to IBM.
2008-10-30 Gartner sees dimming future for OEMs
Gartner has issued one of its most pessimistic outlooks for the years to come, saying that many OEMs will not have boost in production of electronic equipment, which they typically would for the holiday season, because of weaker demand from consumers.
2007-12-11 Gaming market yet to crown its king
Due to the short supply of consoles from Nintendo and Sony last year, many expected the 2007 holiday season to be the true indicator of which console will win the hearts and wallets of consumers.
2006-10-27 Dull holidays for electronics, says iSuplli
Consumer electronics cannot rely on a single killer application to drive holiday spending this year, according iSuppli Corp.
2006-10-05 DRAM spot prices wobble at high level; contract prices sustain gain
DRAM demand recessed amid inventory pressure since industry players are aware of their inventory level during month ends and the anticipated demand swell during this week's long holiday at China, is not as strong as expected.
2009-04-24 Apple feels downturn sting
Apple Inc. may have defied gravity by posting its strongest ever non-holiday quarter in Q1 09 but the company said it expects to see declines in its revenues, profits and gross margins in coming months as component prices firm up, ending significant declines.
2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
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