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Nvidia and GE’s Baker Hughes team on AI for oil and gas

Nvidia and GE subsidiary Baker Hughes want to bring the power of artificial intelligence to bear on the oil and gas industry – and do so throughout the space, covering everything from locating new o

Apple Explores A Smart Dock For iPhone That Could Also Act As A HomeKit Hub

Apple has a new patent application published by the USPTO (via AppleInsider) that describes an iPhone outfitted for the new Lightning-sporting models. Apple has offered iPhone docks in the past with R

It begins: Audiovox kills the RCA Lexi

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/lexi.jpeg"> In what will definitely not be the last e-reader to bite the dust, Audiovox has pulled the RCA Lexi from sale in the US, citi

RCA's AirPower has been repackaged to better hide the snake oil inside

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/RCA-AirPower-thumb-550x265-36140.jpg">The RCA Airnergy AirPower is curious little device. It is supposed to harvest WiFi signals and co

RCA Airnergy promises usable power generated from Wi-Fi signals. Possible?

I’m a simple man. I understand certain things. How ambient Wi-Fi signals could be converted into enough energy to charge a BlackBerry is something I do NOT understand. However, RCA not only showed o

RCA's 2010 HDTV lineup

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/RCA_TVRadioGram.jpg">The RCA brand is still around thanks to TTE Corportation and is ready for 2010 with a full-scale HDTV assault. Most

The sun has set on GE and RCA home telephones as Thomson announces it’s quitting retail telephony

Newsflash: apparently nobody really buys landline phones anymore. At least, not enough people buy home phones that Thomson – the company behind GE and RCA phones — has decided “to exit with

10 Days of CrunchGear: Small Wonder, big fun-der

Everybody should probably have one of these. If I see another cell phone video on the internets, I’m going to yak. Why take booty 160×120 10fps video when you can take (I’m assuming)

AudioVox/RCA Small Wonder

The video is kind of Le Boring but go ahead and take a look at Audiovox’s Small Wonder camcorder. It’s small and it’s certainly a wonder. $149.

CrunchDeals Redux: RCA noise cancelling headphones now $2.99, shipped!

When our own Doug brought us news of a pair of RCA HPNC250 noise cancelling headphones for $15, shipped, we featured it as a CrunchDeal. At $15, it’s a great bargain, the headphones work perfect

CrunchDeals: Noise canceling headphones, $15 shipped

Buy.com started offering its holiday savings early and one of the good deals is this pair of RCA HPNC250 noise canceling headphones. They carry a list price of $59.99 but you can get them for $14.99 w

The Futurist: From Lucky-Goldstar to LG, or… Brands That Change With The Times

Biggs and I were talking shop awhile back and I mentioned that it was as if, sometime in the past decade, LG and RCA had a Freaky Friday-like switcheroo. As anybody over the age of 10 likely recalls,

Audiovox Buys Thomson's CE Accessories, RCA Brand

I’ve had a pretty negative opinion of Audiovox’s products since high school when I witnessed a friend jam a piece of cardboard into his car’s Audiovox tape deck to get the player to