Televisions manufactured after May 10, 2011 must display EnergyGuide labels so consumers shopping for TVs will have more information about different models and how much energy they use.
A recent amendment to the Federal Trade Commissionís Appliance Labeling Rule will require the familiar yellow-and-black labels on new TVs. The labels, which have long appeared on home appliances such as washing machines and refrigerators, will provide useful information for TVs, such as estimated yearly energy cost and the cost range compared to other similar models.
Please note: DocuTicker's editors collect citations for full-text PDF reports freely available on the web but we do not archive these reports. When you click a link to find and/or download the report, you are leaving the DocuTicker site. DocuTicker makes no representations regarding the ongoing availability of any report or any external resource. Links were accurate as of the date of posting.
Andrew Lucas recently attended a data science technology conference held in London by computational software company Wolfram. High on the agenda was the role that mathematics plays in understanding big data.
A recently completed FreePint survey on the use of ebooks in the enterprise shows that use of ebooks extends across a wide spectrum of industries and business services. While use is on the rise across all sectors, the research identifies which industries are leading the way. The survey also looks at how a variety of different devices are being used for access, and which factors are stimulating growth.