Research firm iSuppli predicts that 2010 will bring a sharp LED shortage due to a drastic increase in demand.
Dell announces that it is moving to exclusively use LED displays for its laptops.
Samsung introduces new DLP HDTVs at CES 2007, including slim models and LED-powered models.
Sony has unveiled a new type of display at CES 2012, a "true" LED television that uses more than 6 million diodes for "better than plasma" blacks.
The ability to "print" organic light-emitting diodes could bring down the cost of flexible, energy-efficient lights.
LEDs consume far less energy than incandescent bulbs; push to bring light-emitting diodes to the home gains momentum.
OLED (organic light-emitting diode) televisions are due out this year. Here's why you should be excited.
LG is joining an industry effort to infuse the humdrum lighting market with the excitement -- and profits, and complexity -- of the computing and electronics business.
At $35, this flashy bulb is one of the most affordable and accessible smart color LEDs we've seen. If you want an easy way to add a little color to your life, give it a shot.
If you're looking for value in the lighting aisle, look no further -- this LED leads the pack.