Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and says it will sell up to 2,400 stores.
The signal from RadioShack Corp., the company that introduced the first mass-market personal computer, is fading after years of heavy losses and the suspension of its shares.
As we say goodbye to 2013, shoppers can say hello to some serious savings.
Smart phones, tablets, and other expensive electronics will be at the top of many holiday wish lists this year.
With a 3-D printer, a petri dish and some cells from a cow, researchers at one university are growing synthetic ears that can receive — and transmit — sound.
A judge in Fort Worth has sentenced a man identified as a member of a California-based gang of electronic thieves to 20 years in prison for putting devices inside gasoline pumps to steal customers’ debit and credit card information.
Sales of dedicated e-reading devices like the Kindle are in an “alarmingly precipitous decline” this year after five years of rapid growth, a research firm said.
The last remnant of electronics retailer Circuit City is going away. Systemax has announced it is merging the CircuitCity.com website with its TigerDirect.com brand.
Apple said that it sold 3 million iPads of all kinds in the first three days it sold the new Mini model. Apple started selling the iPad Mini at $329.
RadioShack reported a $21 million loss for its second quarter on Wednesday, surprising Wall Street as sales of consumer electronics and personal computer accessories dropped.
Radioshack has reached a deal to expand in Asia. The Fort Worth company announced a joint venture to open consumer electronics stores in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Amazon announced that their trade-in program will now accept CDs. Previously, customers were only able to trade in electronics, books and games.