This Sylvania tablet won't completely light up your life.
When the manufacturer of headlight and auxiliary lights shows you its newest product, it's probably not a good idear to look directly into it.
Competition is heating up for efficient LEDs designed for general lighting. Sylvania's 12-watt LED becomes available online this month.
LED makers are introducing replacements for the popular 60-watt incandescent bulb that use about 80 percent less electricity and that could last for years and years.
PayPal users only, please--everyone else has to pony up an extra 20 bucks.
The tiny Sylvania G Netbook offers decent battery life and can be had for a low price, but it still brings up the rear of the Netbook pack, with a small 7-inch screen, underpowered CPU, and a microscopic touch pad.
New Netbooks have hit the Labs, and CNET editors are currently conducting the full battery of tests.
The annual Osram Sylvania lighting survey finds growing awareness of the 100-watt incandescent phase-out and interest in trying more efficient alternative products.