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EISA announces list of best consumer electronic products for 2010-2011

THE European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) announced the winners of its coveted consumer electronics awards on August 15.

LG launches its first 3D notebook

ELECTRONICS makers are hurtling towards a 3D world - a place where all our devices will display images in three dimensions regardless of whether we are sitting at home in front of a TV, playing games on a portable game console or travelling across country with a laptop.

Samsung starts semiconductor safety study

b>SEOUL:/bSamsung Electronics commissioned an independent health and safety review of its semiconductor factories in South Korea after employee illnesses and deaths raised fears of cancer risks.

Three win Samsung laser printers

It was not easy, but the judges for the i>In.Tech/i>/Samsung 'Your Desk Tells A Lot About You' contest sorted through the entries and whittled them down to just three of the best.

A new Galaxy S emerges

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bSamsung has entered the local Android mobile fray with the Galaxy S, which comes with a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird Application Processor that enables it to run 3D graphics and high-definition (HD) multimedia content with ease.

Two netbooks to be won

YOU'VE seen the new TechCentral (a href=http://techcentral.my target=_blank>techcentral.my/a>) portal which now features a snazzy interface with more multimedia content than ever.

Your desk can help you win a printer

THEY say clothes and manners make the man. In the same vein, your desk makes and defines you.

Samsung BX2450 LCD monitor: Getting a better view

The Samsung BX2450 is a noteworthy gaming monitor that won't cost you the sky

Samsung reaches for the stars with Galaxy

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Samsung Electronics has jumped on the Android bandwagon with the launch its flagship Galaxy S i9000 smarpthone.

Google bringing web to TV set

INTERNET giant Google is out to expand its kingdom to the living room with an ambitious new service that lets people mesh television viewing with surfing the Web.