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Sharp goes big with 70-inch full-array local dimmer

The high-end Sharp 945 series will offer full-array local-dimming backlights in a 60- and 70-inch screen size.

By January 9, 2012

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How long do TVs last? (Morrison's Mailbag)

One reader asked about the lifespan of modern televisions, but first we need to discuss what manufacturers mean by "lifespan."

By February 23, 2012

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Lemnis unwraps LED bulb under $5

Lemnis Lighting introduces two no-frills LED bulbs--one priced under $5 and one under $7--that don't give off much light but may tempt consumers to try efficient LEDs for general lighting.

By February 14, 2012

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Big fun with littleBits circuit boards

Crave goes hands-on with littleBits, an open-source kit of circuit boards that let you build fun projects while learning how electronics work. See what we created with littleBits and some office supplies.

By February 10, 2012

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Sharp TVs 2012: 60 is the new small

CNET compares the 2012 lineups of major TV makers based on their CES announcements.

By January 30, 2012

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Sony TVs 2012: Ten is enough

CNET compares the 2012 lineups of major TV makers based on their CES announcements.

By January 30, 2012

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Post-show report: Big OLEDs dominate TV news at CES 2012

Organic light-emitting diode-based TVs stole the spotlight at CES 2012, but there was plenty of other juicy TV news. Check out the full wrap-up from CNET's David Katzmaier and Ty Pendlebury.

By January 12, 2012

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Sharp's 80-inch smart TV goes 3D

Sharp will release its first 80-inch 3D TV, model LC-80LE844U. It features a full-array backlight and hundreds of apps.

By January 9, 2012

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At CES, Sharp goes big. Really, really big

The company stakes out its leadership claim with new 80-inch 3D TVs, giant screens that allow companies to collaborate, and new smart services.

By January 9, 2012

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LEDs power Times Square ball on New Year's Eve

Efficient LED lighting gets ready for a close-up moment as the light source for the ball that falls in Times Square on New Year's Eve.

By December 22, 2011