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Acandescent light bulbs promise LED efficiency sans the cost

Acandescent light bulbs promise LED efficiency sans the cost

A mixture of regulations and increased energy costs have prodded many consumers towards LED and compact fluorescent bulbs, the former of which in particular comes with a (relatively speaking) high price tag. One startup, the Finally Light Bulb Company, aims to toss another option into the mix: the "acandescent" bulb.

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Philips SlimStyle LED bulbs get nod for energy company cuts

Philips SlimStyle LED bulbs get nod for energy company cuts

Philips' low-cost SlimStyle LED lightbulb will be offered as low as $1.97 after getting ENERGY STAR certification and thus qualifying for rebates from select energy companies across the US. The 60W-equivalent flattened bulb, announced back in December, is currently around $8.97, but that could be reduced considerably depending on where they are in the US.

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Sceptre X322XV-HDR LED TV arrives with splash of color

Sceptre X322XV-HDR LED TV arrives with splash of color

If you're ever gazed at your television's bezels and thought they'd look better in pink or pearl, Sceptre's new 32-inch Color Series TV will fit the bill. The new model brings a 32-inch LED display surrounded by either pink, purple, pearl white, or decidedly ordinary black, depending on preference.

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Pulse LED light bulb hides JBL multi-channel wireless speaker inside

Pulse LED light bulb hides JBL multi-channel wireless speaker inside

Sengled has unveiled its new green LED lighting solution called Pulse that also happens to have a wireless speaker inside. The Pulse intelligent bulb has JBL multi-channel stereo wireless speakers inside allowing it to light a room and stream music with one device. Pulse intelligent bulbs are available to purchase right now.

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Philips Clear LED bulb goes retro

Philips Clear LED bulb goes retro

LED bulbs are already more efficient than their incandescent forebears, more flexible, and longer running, but is the absence of that familiar old clear design still holding them back? Philips apparently suspects that's the case, hence the new Philips Clear LED, a 40W-equivalent bulb that looks to the casual glance just like a regular, old-fashioned light.

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Philips hue tap and hue lux boost smart lighting

Philips hue tap and hue lux boost smart lighting

Philips' hue lighting system is gaining two new components, a hue lux remote-control white bulb, and hue tap, a wireless wall switch for easy control that demands no batteries or wiring. hue lux works on the same ZigBee low-power wireless system that the original color-changing hue bulbs use, but changes through white light only instead. However, it's Philips hue tap that we think might be more exciting, both to existing hue fans and to home automation users in general.

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Samsung’s new LED smart Bulbs are ECG/CCG compatible

Samsung’s new LED smart Bulbs are ECG/CCG compatible

Samsung has rolled out a new line of LED light bulbs that promise long life and energy efficiency. The cool part is that the bulbs are in several form factors to make them work in different lighting situations. Samsung says that the new models are lighter and more efficient than previous offerings including g a PAR-series.

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DualShock 4 light dimming coming in PS4 software update

DualShock 4 light dimming coming in PS4 software update

Earlier today during GDC 2014, a bit of miscommunication was left on the playing field as it was reported that the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller would be able to have its light turned off in a future firmware update. As it turns out, an interview between Shuhei Yoshida, President of Worldwide Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment, and Geoff Keighley from GameTrailers resulted in "dimming" the light being changed to "turn off" the light by mistake. In fact the future software will allow the controller to have its light dimmed, not turned off entirely.

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Cree 100W LED bulb aims to snuff out incandescents

Cree 100W LED bulb aims to snuff out incandescents

LED lighting manufacturer Cree has outed its latest bulb, a 100W-equivalent that the company claims is the first to look just like a traditional incandescent bulb. Promising 1600 lumens of light and available in both soft white and cool daylight temperatures, the A21 bulb minimizes its heat-sink - the usual cause of LED bulb bloat - to a small ruff around the base.

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Ericsson and Philips connected LED streetlights provide cities with mobile broadband

Ericsson and Philips connected LED streetlights provide cities with mobile broadband

Ericsson and Philips have announced that they have teamed up on a connected smart LED light program that will bring green lighting and mobile broadband to cities. The connected street lights solve two issues at the same time for cities with green lighting to meet sustainability goals and the lights allow network operators to roll out better city-wide mobile broadband coverage.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 to benefit from wide-FOV LEDs

Samsung Galaxy S5 to benefit from wide-FOV LEDs

A number of LEDs have been introduced by Samsung today, the lot of which will almost certainly make their way into their next-generation smartphone release, the Samsung Galaxy S5. These components are headed off by a couple of what Samsung calls "Side View LEDs", rather long-looking components with an angle to them. Also included in this set are two reflector-integrated flash LED packages.

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Philips LED lights flicker out a challenge to iBeacon and Gimbal

Philips LED lights flicker out a challenge to iBeacon and Gimbal

Philips has its own plans for location-based services in stores and entertainment venues, eschewing low-power Bluetooth by instead using LED lighting that can communicate with a smartphone app and guide customers around. Dubbed Intelligent Lighting, the connected retail lighting system not only illuminates the store, as you'd expect, but acts as a positioning grid which the smartphone can use to figure out where it is currently.

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