NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A child is rushed to a U.S. emergency department every 45 minutes with an injury that's related to a falling television, according to a new study. Full story
Americans may be switching to smaller cars, but their appetite for big screens continues to grow. The average size of TVs sold in the United States jumped from about 32 inches in 2006 to 38 inches in 2012, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. The reason for the growth is simple — price Full story
Plasma HDTVs are likely to stick around for as long as it takes manufacturers to figure out a cheaper and better option. That might end up being OLED TVs, which offer the benefits of a plasma screen and a thinness to beat that of LCD. But for the foreseeable future, OLED is going to be hard to mass- Full story
Hyperkin, the maker of RetroN game consoles that support multiple cartridges, has just announced its latest model, the RetroN 4. Set to be unveiled at the Midwest Gaming Classic in Wisconsin later this month, this system brings back the support of several "classic" game systems in one convenient uni Full story
Pebble's smartwatch supports iOS and Android, says Eric Migicovsky, Pebble CEO and co-founder, in discussing potential competition with Apple, Samsung and Google.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Samsung's earnings data disappointed investors, and sales of the Galaxy S4 are not growing as quickly as many had hoped.