Daniel IonescuPCWorld

Daniel has been writing about smartphones, tablets and apps since 2008, and he enjoys pitting gadgets against each other.

CES 2012: LG Wows with 55-inch OLED TV, 4G Android Phone, and Smart(er) TVs

LG unleashes an CES lineup including ultrathin OLED TV, 4G Android phone, and a new crop of smart TVs.

Tech Giants Battle to Control Your Living Room

Companies like Amazon, Google, Hulu, and Netflix are engaged in a high-stakes battle to lock up movies and TV shows that will convince you to commit to their entertainment services.

RIP iPod? Not So Fast

Reports of the death of the iPod Classic have proven premature in the past, and the iPod lives on in Apple's touchscreen devices.

Apple's iCloud Supports Streaming of Your iTunes Library to iPhone, Other Devices

Apple will allow you to stream your iTunes library to multiple devices with a new iTunes Match feature, as an additional paid feature of the iCloud subscription service.

Time Warner Cable to Bundle Slingbox Hardware for Top Subscribers

The cable provider will basically subsidize the total cost of the $300 device in a move to avoid litigation with cable programmers.

Best Buy's Insignia TVs do TiVo without the DVR

Best Buy’s Insignia Connected TVs are compatible with TiVo DVRs and cable operators' provisioned DVRs for recording programs.

Copyright Grinch Pulls 'Friday' YouTube Video

It’s Friday, without Rebecca Black’s YouTube video. Here's why, and where you can turn.

Verizon Bets on Video Streaming with Digital Media Services

New service enables media companies to deliver video streams for lower cost to smartphones, tablets, and Internet-connected TVs.

Apple AirPlay Headed for TV Sets, Says Report

Apple is reportedly looking to license AirPlay software to TV manufacturers so that they can allow direct streaming of video and audio from Apple devices.

Apple's iPod Killed Microsoft's Zune

Microsoft can blame Apple and its iPod hegemony for the failure of its Zune digital media player.

Is Sony Preparing for the Extinction of the DVD?

Sony is embedding exclusive features such as script searches and video sharing into its iTunes movies.