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Beats, Bose settle lawsuit over noise-canceling technology

Apple’s Beats Electronics and Framingham-based Bose Corp. agreed Friday to settle lawsuit over noise-canceling technology in its headphones. The news was first reported in The Wall Street Journal.

: Consumer |

Qisda sees over 40% on-year growth in projector shipments

As the market for LCD monitors continues to fluctuate, Qisda has been pushing sales of other products, namely high-end projectors in order to maintain profits. In September 2014, the company reached over 200,000 in shipments to represent 42.25% on-year growth.

: Consumer, Data

Latest iPads, Mac Systems Expected at Oct 16th Event

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple is expected to step up its efforts to boost recently slumping iPad sales with the unveiling of its latest tablet computer at an Oct. 16 event.

: Computer, Consumer

Wistron, Inventec announce growth in September revenues

Wistron has reported consolidated revenues of NT$61.45 billion (US$2.01 billion) for September 2014, representing a 27.99% increase on month and 4.89% increase on year.

: Computer, Consumer, Data, EMS, ODM, Telecom

ARRIS Launches New Broadband Gateways

SUWANEE, Ga., Oct. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — ARRIS Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARRS) is launching a new portfolio of broadband gateways—the NVG340 and NVG370 series—to deliver premium voice, video, and data services. These devices will be on display at ARRIS’s booth (Hall 11, G40) at Broadband World Forum (October 21-23) in Amsterdam.

: Consumer, Telecom

TV shipments expected to reach upward of 21 million in October

Global supply chain TV shipments are expected to reach upward of 21 million in October 2014 due to vendors stocking up for sales in the fourth quarter, according to supply chain sources.

: Consumer, Data

Should We Care if AM Radio Fades Out?

These are difficult times for the commercial broadcast-radio business, both AM and FM. According to various articles, such as this one from The Los Angeles Times, listener ratings are continuing to fall, and some carmakers — where most radio listening is done, apparently — are considering eliminating radios in the car completely, and not even offering it as an available option.

: Consumer, Industrial