Just when you figured out the difference between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, and DLP here comes a new technology. According to Fortune, “Canon is betting billions that a new technology called surface-conduction electron-emitter display, or SED, will enable the company to muscle into the flat-screen-TV market. SED technology, developed in conjunction with Toshiba, yields images of superior quality to liquid-crystal or plasma screens while consuming far less power.” The screen image won rave reviews at the CES a few weeks ago and many said that once you saw a SED it made the plasmas and LCD’s look bad. Keep an eye on this one.