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Cheaper LEDs to light a green path? January 19, 2007 Using plastic could help light-emitting diodes sell for less and compete with power-hungry traditional bulbs, company says.
An LED ticker in your credit card? May 16, 2007 Light-emitting diode strips resembling correction tape to soon be embedded in shopping plastic, phones and mirrors, AgiLight hopes.Photo: Paper-thin LEDs
City tries to cut energy bills with LEDs February 12, 2007 Raleigh, N.C., is conducting a trial to see if LEDs live up to their reputation of a cheaper, more efficient light source.
Photos: LEDs light the way in Raleigh
A movie projector in a cell phone? November 15, 2005 A start-up is developing an ultra-compact projector it hopes will someday be sold as an accessory for a wide range of mobile devices.
Experts envision taillights that talk October 5, 2004 Forget Bluetooth. A group of Japanese companies believes it has found a better answer for short-range networking. Photo gallery: Gadgets galore at Japan show
Reinventing the color TV November 30, 2006 New standard is designed to expand range of colors on LCD and rear-projection screens, improving viewing experience.
Using steam to cool computers March 20, 2007 Celsia Technolgies has come up with a line of components it says cools torrid hotspots better than conventional heat pipes or fans.Photos: Cool your gadgets with steam
Sony eyeing OLED TVs for 2008 January 9, 2007 Flat panels based on organic light-emitting diodes may be just around the corner, execs say. Photos: Sony's LED prototypes
Tripping the lights organic September 5, 2006 Companies are developing ways to use organic light-emitting diodes as a source for lighting up rooms. Photos: Lights going organic
Will green mean go for mobile projectors? May 25, 2007 Green laser diodes will make it possible to project movies from handheld devices--once the technology is more fully developed.Photo: Green laser diode
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