Don't-Miss Display Stories
Intel reveals that its Ivy Bridge CPU is built for Retina display computers, hinting that Apple's redesigned range of MacBook Pros will support the higher resolution used on the newest iPad.
New software from Autodesk lets you use regular pictures to create 3D models.
Philips ErgoSensor Monitor will tell you when you are slouching and scolds you to sit up straight.
Windows 8 specs include displays that are even sharper than Apple's fabled Retina display, which Apple claims is as clear as the human eye is capable of seeing.
More and more people are working with more than two monitors. But does piling on the displays boost productivity and justify the cost?
The push for 'Bring Your Own device' IT support may help foster high-end thin client adoption.
From dozens of monitors to downright gorgeous designs, these seven workstations are among the most interesting and memorable we've seen.
Sharp's new 80-inch touchscreen display turns a meeting into a truly interactive event, but don't ditch your projector or analog whiteboard just yet.
If Vizio can do what it did in the TV space, consumers looking for an affordable computer with powerful entertainment features will have more options.
Sony said Monday it will sell off its entire stake in an LCD manufacturing joint venture with Samsung Electronics, but will still get its TVs from the plant.