So you've bought a super hi-def 4K TV, but what're you going to watch? Upscaled 1080p content will only keep you satisfied for so long.» Read Article
Samsung and LG stole the TV spotlight this CES by promising production-ready OLED TVs would hit the market this year. LG is making good at that promise, with a stunning new 55-inch model.
Out today, the new Roku 3 is faster, prettier, streams just about every video service and packs in some really cool features - all for $99.
The recent uptick in 4K HDTVs has us all interested, but it looks like the United States will be late to the 4K game.
Samsung is being awfully cagey with its pre-CES announcements, promising only that it would deliver "an unprecedented new TV shape" at this year's show.
A recent look at the uptake of smart TVs show that most of them are going woefully underutilized.
Intel is prepping a new cable TV service, delivered over the Internet.
The FCC just revealed a number of documents about the ASUS 'Qube', a new Google TV product that looks to be on track for reveal at CES in January.
With a dearth of content and confusing standards filling the market, is there really still a place for 3D TVs?
Despite the AppleTV remaining Cupertino's most public hobby, the little black box has sold over 5 million devices this past fiscal year, with more than a quarter of them coming in the last quarter alone.
Western Digital just rolled out a major content update for the WD TV Live family of media players. For customers in the U.S., the most important addition is the SlingPlayer app, which lets SlingBox owners watch TV and other content from across their house, or across the country. Around the world, however, there's a good bit more to see.
At their event going on right now in California, Apple just announced the next generation of their Apple TV multimedia device. The new Apple TV has support for 1080p movies and television shows as well as an entirely new user interface. The best part? You can get it next week.
If you're one of the three or four people out there who bought a Google TV-powered device, good news! Google just rolled out an update that transforms the experience of watching YouTube on your TV. The new interface is similar to other media centers, and portends Google's continued push into the living room.
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