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Can Sony reset the clock on Blu-ray’s lifespan? Some consumer electronics manufacturers have predicted that the high-definition movie format may never become a mainstream hit and could be superseded by…
Apple’s stock plunged a rather stunning 18% today, which is all the more amazing since the Dow fell only—only!—7%. Analysts are worried consumers will cut back, and it’s not a…
It so happened that my rather old TV decided to die on the second day of the Olympics, the one sports event my wife cannot do without. So I…
Last May a company called General Imaging, headed by former president of camera maker Olympus Imaging, Hiroshi Komiya, began selling digital cameras under General Electric’s brand. Today, I caught up with Rene Buhay, GI’s senior vice president of sales and marketing for the Americas. And while GE is abandoning appliances, and many camera makers are leaving the crowded digital cameras space, this business seems to be doing well. “The sales are growing fast,” Buhay says. “We are expanding rapidly.”
BusinessWeek writers Peter Burrows, Cliff Edwards, Olga Kharif, Aaron Ricadela, Douglas MacMillan, and Spencer Ante dig behind the headlines to analyze what’s really happening throughout the world of technology. One of the first mainstream media tech blogs, Tech Beat covers everything from tech bellwethers like Apple, Google, and Intel and emerging new leaders such as Facebook to new technologies, trends, and controversies.