LG, Panasonic, Samsung and more have found themselves in hot water over cathode ray tube price fixing for TVs and monitors.
With a new type of battery cathode, Envia says its lithium ion batteries can extend the range of electric vehicles and lower the costs. Investor GM is already testing them.
The glossy orange 14-inch set doesn't just look it belongs in a living room on "That '70s Show"; it uses trusty old cathode ray tube technology.
Vu1 has another idea for efficient lighting: Based on cathode ray technology, its UL-certified lightbulbs put out similar light to incandescents but use less energy and don't contain mercury.
Power Japan Plus announced its dual carbon battery technology, which promises longer-lasting and less expensive batteries for electric cars.
European regulators impose massive penalties on a series of TV and display makers for "cartel" activity affecting now-outmoded CRT products.
In a complicated swapping of a stake in a joint venture with convertible preferred shares, Samsung plans to acquire a piece of Corning.
A lithium ion micro-battery out of the University of Illinois is just millimeters in size, can jump-start a car battery, and recharges in less than a second. It's not ready for market just yet, though.
About 17,000 children are admitted to the emergency room each year as a result of TVs falling on them, a recent study found. Larry Magid talks with Ryan Hagberg of Sanus about the dangers and some ways to reduce risk.