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Photo essay: Eindhoven, the Dutch modernist city Special

Eindhoven - Eindhoven is a city in the Netherlands. It is associated with industry and art, and is the home town of the Dutch electronics company Philips. This October, Digital Journal was in town.

Op-Ed: The Top 5 worst mistakes Nintendo ever made

Despite being the most recognizable brand in video games, the Wii U is currently the worst selling console on the market. We take a look back at the Top 5 mistakes Nintendo has made to gain some perspective.

Philips reports sharp switch into annual profit

The Hague - Electrical appliance and household goods group Philips switched back into profit in the whole of 2013 and in the last quarter, the company said on Tuesday.

ASEAN launches new disease network

A group of influential healthcare professionals from around Southeast Asia are teaming together to tackle non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the region.

Light bulb that lasts 20 years goes on sale to mark Earth Day

A prize-winning LED light bulb that lasts 20 years went on sale on Sunday, to mark Earth Day. Philips, which developed the bulb, expects the $50 price tag for one bulb to drop to a more affordable $25.

Let there be light: A light fixture powered by bacteria

Dutch company Philips has gone beyond electrical methods of lighting and is looking at none other than bacteria - which through a special process generates light - for its new Bio-Light fixture.

Islamic former musician adds voice to anti-music stance

A former guitarist who converted to Islam is now one of those preaching against most forms of music, including music which is played on a guitar.

Philips’ Imagination Light Canvas to Brighten Patient Visits

Philips Electronics revealed today the first “Imagination Light Canvas”, part of the new Mercy Medical Center in Rogers, Ark, set to open its doors March 16. The interactive light wall will serve to relieve stress for patients and visitors.

Brilliance Scanner from Philips provides incredible body details

Philips unveiled a new scanner that produces 3-D images of the body with high-resolution details like no other machine in the market. The Brilliance CT machine can capture the body’s skeletons, organs and blood vessels with great depth and detail.

CES 2007: Philips launch wireless HDMI

Technology moving too fast?

Philips amBX Gaming System

I love my Gaming Toyz but this is a bit more than I would want to spend my hard earned money on...

A whole bunch of new ideas from Philips

The Philips Simplicity event has lots of good ideas

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Philips Minicare I-20
Enabling near patient blood testing in the acute care setting.
Philips Minicare I-20 Enabling near patient blood testing in the acute care setting.
The concept Bio-Light from Philips
The concept Bio-Light from Philips
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