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Philips W732 Android 4.0 smartphone coming to China, has 2,400mAh battery for extended web surfing

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The terms "Philips" and "phone" aren't as synonymous as they used to be in the US, but the manufacturer does crank out a smartphone from time to time in China nonetheless. Following the Gingerbread-based W632, Philips is now readying the W732: the smartphone features Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.3-inch...
Philips W732 Android 4.0 smartphone coming to China, has 2,400mAh battery for extended web surfing

Europe fines TV, monitor makers $1.92 billion for pricing conspiracy

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Cathode-ray tubes are on their way to becoming historical in technology terms, but to European antitrust regulators, they're very "now." Seven companies were fined a total of €1.47 billion, or $1.92 billion, for acting as cartels in TV and computer monitor tubes. The fined companies include LG Electronics, Philips,...
Europe fines TV, monitor makers $1.92 billion for pricing conspiracy

Philips, TPV finally ink television joint venture

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The companies say that TPV will own 70 percent of the venture, while Philips will have a 30 percent stake in the new operation. [Read more]...
Philips, TPV finally ink television joint venture

Philips Hue LED bulbs get wireless iOS control

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Philips revealed a new product on Monday with the Hue LED lightbulb system. It will be sold exclusively at Apple stores starting on October 30, with a kit that includes three bulbs and a Wi-Fi bridge that connects to a router or as individual bulbs. Users can then control the...
Philips Hue LED bulbs get wireless iOS control

Ask Engadget: best earbuds for fitness use?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Brandon, who needs some earbuds that won't leave his head when he's on the treadmill. If you're looking to...
Ask Engadget: best earbuds for fitness use?

Philips outs TV media hub with Netflix, YouTube, more

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Philips has entered the set-top media player segment with its own HMP2000. It connects to displays using HDMI and home networks over integrated Wi-Fi, though there is no Ethernet connection. It does sport a USB port for local media playback, however. Preloaded apps let users connect to Netflix, YouTube, and...
Philips outs TV media hub with Netflix, YouTube, more

DealNN roundup: Philips iPad Case, now only $2

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Today's deals from DealNN include discounted iPad cases, headphones, and more. Buy.com has now lowered the cost of the Philips Case with Rubber TPW Edges and Stand for iPad, which consists of a hard-shell case with wrap-around grips, support for all iPad models, and an integrated stand for hands-free viewing....
DealNN roundup: Philips iPad Case, now only $2

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Ambify, A Music App For The Philips Hue Lighting System, Shows The Potential Of The Connected Home

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This embed is invalid The Philips Hue lighting system is pretty neat on its own – it lets you control lighting in your house from your iPhone or iPad, adjusting bulb color and brightness remotely via your Wi-Fi network. Ambify is a new app from Stuttgart, Germany-based developer Kai Aras...
Ambify, A Music App For The Philips Hue Lighting System, Shows The Potential Of The Connected Home

Philips ships PPX2480 pico projector in the UK

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Philips UK on Tuesday revealed it has launched a new pico projector, the PPX2480. It's meant to occupy the higher end of its range and can throw up an image sized at up to 120 inches. The LED lamp is rated at 80 lumens when plugged in, or 55 lumens...
Philips ships PPX2480 pico projector in the UK

Philips Bows Out Of Consumer Electronics Business

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Philips, a brand well known for their televisions and optical media devices, is leaving the consumer electronics market and is now focusing on medical equipment and lighting. The company sold its CE business to the Japanese manufacturer Funai Electric Co. for $201 million. Like Cisco, Philips found the CE market...
Philips Bows Out Of Consumer Electronics Business

An Oracle Veteran's Comeback Plan

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Charles Philips was pushed aside from a top position at Oracle, but he hopes to win the last round. His new company, he says, will provide an easy way for smaller-sized industries to move to modern enterprise computing. From there, he plans to grow big enough to vanquish his old...
An Oracle Veteran's Comeback Plan

Sony PS Vita teardown shows very easy fixes, custom CPU

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iFixit on Thursday posted a teardown of the just-launched PlayStation Vita that provided a handful of surprises about its construction. The gaming handheld is unusually easy to open, with standard (if small) Philips screws throughout, few adhesives, and a battery that's relatively easy to replace. Much of the design is...
Sony PS Vita teardown shows very easy fixes, custom CPU
Philips Hue Lightning Review: Your Lamp's Not Worthy

Samsung and Qualcomm form Alliance for Wireless Power

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Samsung and Qualcomm have formed the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) in order to mount a challenge to Qiís Wireless Power Consortium. The move may result in a battle analogous to Sonyís battle with Toshiba over the Blu-ray and HD-DVD formats as one side seeks to establish its technology as...
Samsung and Qualcomm form Alliance for Wireless Power
Panasonic, Samsung, LG, and others hit with record $1.9bn EU fine for TV price fixing

Gadgetwise Blog: More Options to Dock Your iPhone 5 From Philips

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Tthe Dutch electronics maker Philips has introduced an array of docking speakers with Apple Lightning connectors for the iPhone 5....
Gadgetwise Blog: More Options to Dock Your iPhone 5 From Philips
Philips uWand Motion Controller Makes Another CES Appearance, Plays Fruit Ninja [Video]

Meet the $60 ‘Earth Day’ LED light bulb

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Just in time for Earth Day, Dutch electronics company Philips is unveiling a new super energy-efficient light bulb today with a shelf life that should last about 25 years. The catch? It costs about $60, but Philips is said to have forged deals with some stores to bring that...
Meet the $60 ‘Earth Day’ LED light bulb

Computer And TV Companies Fined Record $1.93 Billion For Price Fixing

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The European Commission orders six firms to pony up the cash after finding them guilty of running cartels. Six tech firms are sharing a fine of $1.93 billion after the EU's antitrust regulator found them guilty of price fixing. Philips, LG, Samsung, Panasonic, Toshiba and Technicolor (no, me neither)...
Computer And TV Companies Fined Record $1.93 Billion For Price Fixing

13 Mistakes Your Business Is Making On LinkedIn (LNKD)

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LinkedIn isn't just a good resource for professionals. When used the right way, it can be a powerful tool for businesses too--and not just for recruiting, the way most managers think of using the site. Businesses that navigate LinkedIn properly engage customers, generate sales leads, and swap internal information among...
13 Mistakes Your Business Is Making On LinkedIn (LNKD)
iFixit Tears Apart The Nexus 7, Deems It Less Repairable Than The Kindle Fire

Philips hue: the 'world's smartest' LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts

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Historically, altering the lighting color of a room required draping a gossamer-thin cloth over a lamp or buying a new bulb from the store. Philips has sought to solve that most taxing of first-world problems with the hue, a smartphone-controlled LED bulb that can cycle through shades at your...
Philips hue: the 'world's smartest' LED lightbulb that saves you time during Red Alerts
Philips selling colorful Wi-Fi lightbulbs exclusively through Apple

Original iPod Designer Tony Fadell On How Apple's Design Process Leads To Nailing Product Launches

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Fadell, one of the people behind the first iPod, says that the firm's "point of view" meant its employees had to bring their best to the table. Every single day. Nest CEO Tony Fadell, one of the men behind the design of the iPod, and a one-time special adviser...
Original iPod Designer Tony Fadell On How Apple's Design Process Leads To Nailing Product Launches

Dolby Labs and Philips unveil Dolby 3D tech, want to deliver glasses-free 3D in HD

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Dolby helped the 3D revolution happen in movie theaters years ago, and now it's teamed up with Philips to do the same for TVs, tablets, laptops and phones. The two companies have created a format and content delivery technology, dubbed Dolby 3D, to bring high definition 3D content to...
Dolby Labs and Philips unveil Dolby 3D tech, want to deliver glasses-free 3D in HD

LinkedIn rolls outs its redesigned Company Pages for all businesses

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It was no secret that LinkedIn was on the cusp of introducing new redesigned Company pages, as it revealed this very fact just last month. However, this is now being made available to ALL companies from today. Just to recap, the redesigned Company Pages kicked off with the likes of...
LinkedIn rolls outs its redesigned Company Pages for all businesses

Philips sells Consumer business to Funai for $202 million

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The company says that the move will allow it to focus on its Health division. [Read more]...
Philips sells Consumer business to Funai for $202 million

EC fines seven major electronics companies $1.93 billion over TV and computer price fixing

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The European Commission announced today that it has fined seven major electronics companies — including Samsung, Philips, Panasonic, Toshiba – €1.47 billion ($1.93 billion) for participating in either one or two cartels that restricted pricing of CRT TVs and computer monitors.   This is a developing story, please refresh for updates. ...
EC fines seven major electronics companies $1.93 billion over TV and computer price fixing

Samsung, Philips, LG and others reportedly set to face EU regulatory fines for CRT price fixing

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Samsung SDI, Philips, LG, Technicolor, Panasonic and Toshiba are said to be facing heavy fines from the European Commission due to alleged involvement in a TV cathode-ray tube price fixing ring. According to Reuters, the fines will be announced on November 28th and can reach up to ten percent...
Samsung, Philips, LG and others reportedly set to face EU regulatory fines for CRT price fixing
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