By Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2009 • The California Energy Commission's ruling treats all TVs the same, regardless of the application: hospitals, digital signage, or your bedroom TV. California retailers will suffer.
By Steve Crowe · November 18, 2009 • "CEA is extremely disappointed in the CEC's decision to regulate TV energy use. Simply put, this is bad policy - dangerous for the California economy, dangerous for technology innovation and dangerous for consumer freedom."
By CE Pro Editors · November 18, 2009 • California Energy Commission approves nation's first efficiency regulations for TVs up to 58 inches. Stricter standards start Jan. 1, 2011.
By Julie Jacobson · November 17, 2009 • Six awards given for in-vehicle gadgets, but nothing for home networking, video displays, video components and other key categories.
By Julie Jacobson · November 17, 2009 • Of the 23 CES Innovations winners, most were gadgets, but a handful have relevance for custom installers.
By Steve Crowe · November 11, 2009 • Other notable 2010 CES keynoters include Microsoft's Steve Ballmer, Ford's Alan Mulally, and Intel's Paul Otellini.
By Tom LeBlanc · November 11, 2009 • The big-box retailer will make its CES debut in Las Vegas on Jan. 7-10, 2010. CEO Brian Dunn was recently named to the executive board of the Consumer Electronics Association.
By Steve Crowe · November 6, 2009 • Gary Yacoubian remains chairman, while Best Buy's Brian Dunn, Sony's Stan Glasgow, and Leviton's Ian Hendler join the team.
By CE Pro Editors · November 5, 2009 • California Energy Commission (CEC) now plans on addressing new energy standards at a Nov. 18 business meeting.