2016-01-19

Magneti Marelli Demonstrates Automotive LED Lightings at CES 2016 and NAIAS 2016

Magneti Marelli has entered 2016 by displaying its advanced technologies and products at two important American events for the automotive sector: the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas and the NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) in Detroit. At the CES, two of the main themes for the automotive sector were connectivity and displays. Magneti Marelli reflected these themes at the off-site demo event staged in Las Vegas and also exhibited advanced technologies for lighting, infotainment, telematics and powertrain.
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2015-01-07

WeMo® Showcases Expanded LED Smart Lighting Options at the 2015 International CES

Continuing to grow its award-winning Internet of Things ecosystem, WeMo® will showcase an expanded line-up of WeMo-enabled LED smart lighting solutions at the 2015 International CES.
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2015-01-07

Nexia™ Home Intelligence Showcases Smart LED Light Bulb at 2015 International CES

Nexia™ Home Intelligence, a pioneer in home automation and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, will showcase a collection of new, compatible smart home products at the 2015 International CES tradeshow. Nexia Home Intelligence will exhibit its existing and new products and services at booth 20315.
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2015-01-06

Smart Lighting Simply Connected at CES 2015

In the past years, lighting has solidified its position as cornerstone of the smart home. With Philips hue, OSRAM Lightify and GE Link, consumers experience increasing freedom of choice.
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2015-01-06

Stack Lighting Joins "Works with Nest" Developer Program

Stack Lighting, the technology leader behind the world's first responsive lighting solutions, has joined the growing family of products, apps and services in the 'Works with Nest' developer program organized by Nest Labs, Inc. to help drive the conscious home.
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2014-01-03

Lighting Science to Debut New Intelligent Lighting Solutions at International CES 2014

Lighting Science is debuting new lighting products that can be controlled via Bluetooth-powered mobile apps to optimize healthy living and efficient illumination. The Rhythm Downlight fits in any standard recessed lighting housing and provides dynamic circadian lighting capabilities that automatically adjust the light’s properties to optimize sleep or wakefulness, depending on the users’ needs and schedule. Lighting Science is introducing the Rhythm Downlight and two other new products – an adaptable spot light and an intelligent commercial troffer – along with its Good Night™ sleep enhancing bulb and Awake & Alert™ energy enhancing light at the LVCC South Hall - Booth #26428, part of the Digital Health Summit Pavilion.
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2010-01-08

Viewsonic leaps into CES with new VIEWLED™ TV lineup

ViewSonic announces four new LED eco-friendly panel TVs for consumers to enjoy a brilliant full HD experience in any room in the home ViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of visual display, computing and digital content solutions, today introduced its new ViewLED™ eco-friendly LED TV offerings. From 19” to 42”, these latest solutions are ideal for connecting consumers to the Full HD, dynamic entertainment experience in any room in the home.
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2009-01-23

CES 2009: Smaller OLED Display Seen to Expand in 2009

CES 2009 helped mark a number of upcoming technological trends that have either already reached the market or are about to do so in the next 12 months. Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED) display technology made an impact at CES 2009.
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2009-01-15

CSE 2009: LED to be The Next Source of Light for Flat Panel Displays

At CES 2009 some TV makers showed off their LED LCD TVs including Samsung, LG, Toshiba and so on. LED will be the next light source for flat panel displays in future. For many reasons such as LED light sources allow for lower power consumption; LED is solid state technology and improves ruggedness; LED allows for improved front-screen performance; LED allows for ultra-thin LCD modules, etc. Lower power consumption
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2009-01-12

CES 2009: Hisense showcases the world’s thinnest 42 inch LED TV

Hisense, as China's leading home appliance brand, was awarded the "Global TV Brand Top7" due to its 42 inch LED LCD TV at CES 2009. Hisense has now become the most famous Chinese color TV brands by winning this honor. Hisense was also awarded "Top 10 CE Brand From China" for the third consecutive year. At the same time, Hisense also successfully defended "Global CE Brands Top 50" award.
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2009-01-12

CES 2009: First tiny handheld PC with OLED screen

OQO Inc. of San Francisco unveiled the first computer with a screen of organic light-emitting diodes last week at the International Consumer Electronics show. The company touted this technology would be as the future of both displays and lighting.
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2009-01-09

CES 2009: Luminus displays its patented PhlatLight LED products

Luminus Devices, Inc. is showcasing its patented PhlatLight LED products at CES from January 8 to 11. The company will demonstrate PhlatLight technology that combines the benefits of both LED and laser technologies at CES 2009. This unique solid state lighting technology is ideal for display and illumination applications that require high brightness and the efficient harnessing of light from a small point source. Luminus’s patented PhlatLight® LED products are the brightest. The following products are on display:
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2009-01-09

CES 2009: Vivitek to show world's first 1080p LED projector

Vivitek Corporation, a leader in the environmentally responsible manufacture of today's most innovative visual display and presentation products, will be showing its first 1080p LED projector at the 2009 CES this week in Las Vegas. The quiet, new HC7500A, breakthrough projector, provides the growing HD home theater market with the industry's brightest, pure-color, video to-date.
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2009-01-08

CES 2009: Samsung shows off its LN-B8000 LED-backlit TV

Samsung Electronics showed off a new line of high-end, ultra-slim, energy-efficient televisions at CES 2009 and planned to increase the proportion of TVs it makes using LED technology. The company has put a big emphasis on LED-backlighting on this year's LCDs, and its LN-B8000 series are the most souped-up models at CES 2009.
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2009-01-06

CES 2009: Diguang to Showcase Wide Range of Innovations

Diguang International Development Co., Ltd. will present at the world-renowned annual consumer electronics trade show include CCFL/LED backlights, LED lamps, mini-size laptops, 19'' super-thin LED displays and other innovations at the International CES Exhibition in Las Vegas, January 8 to 11, 2009.
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2008-12-29

CES 2009: LG to unveil the world’s slimmest LED LCD TV

It’s reported that LG will unveil the world’s slimmest LED LCD TV - “LH95” at CES in January in Las Vegas. The LG LH95 is expected to be only 24.8mm thick, which should be good enough to back the manufacturer’s claim. The LH95 will feature a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio screen and come with 240Hz TrueMotion Drive technology. It’s disclosed that this LED LCD TV will be the 2009 CES Innovation Award winner in the Display category.
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2008-01-10

CES: LCD Monitor with LED Backlight will be new star this year

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) show, a lot of product launched withLED backlight technology, which is energy saving and better color capacity.LED backlight technology-based LCD screen will be will be new focus product this year, the future desktop computer screen will be lighter, thinner and more energy-efficient.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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