Aren't they supposed to keep tumbling? They generally are. Especially in Germany.
Smartphones, door locks, video games, televisions, baby monitors, you name it will all talk to your remotely controlled lights. Hello to the flashing, dimming, colour-changing, brave new world of intelligent lighting.They're not just lamps anymore.
It looks like the sun... but it isn't. It's a brand artificial skylight which, for the first time, recreates the scientific phenomenon that makes the sky appear blue.
This year's Nobel Prize for physics has been awarded to the inventors of the blue LED - the key breakthrough that made LED lighting possible.
Energy efficiency is great, but the narrow beams are leaving dark spots and giving criminals the chance to 'pop out of the shadows' say worried locals. They're not alone.
With its mighty consumer presence, the South Korean giant could stroll into prominence in modern, digital lighting. So far it has taken only small steps. One report now suggests it will back off. Really?
The Environmental Protection Agency wants you know that if you thought all bulbs were the same, you were dead wrong. It's released a series of cornball videos to help make the point. Might just help the industry's reputation.
Alan Tulla presents three alternative ways to get the lighting in your gym toned and fit for action.
Game on! Another major sports venue taps the technology, as a Phoenix stadium went live with it when the Arizona Cardinals smothered the San Francisco 49ers. The same venue will host American football's big championship extravaganza in February.