We recommend getting your HDTV calibrated by a professional, but if you'd rather do it yourself, here are a few quick tweaks that you can perform to improve your picture in time for kickoff.
Research in Motion renames itself BlackBerry and hopes to make a splash with the new BlackBerry 10 operating systems and new phones it announced today in New York City.
Connected cameras are a growing trend, and Nikon is adding Wi-Fi features to a number of new Coolpix models announced today.
Canon's latest Wi-Fi camera is the 10X-optical-zoom PowerShot Elph 330 HS, which connects to Facebook and mobile devices.
Before we get to Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh, it's time to think about LCD vs. plasma. If you're buying a new set for the big game, here are the things to consider.
A new 20mm/F2.8 wide-angle prime lens and an 18-200mm lens with motorized zooming controls will be available in early 2013.
Ultra HD and OLED televisions were all the rage at CES 2013, but gaping at these incredible TVs on a show floor will probably have to do for the foreseeable future.
Two new X-series cameras from Fujifilm have very fast autofocus speeds, brand-new sensors, and retro-looking bodies.
Canon's latest Wi-Fi-enabled PowerShot camera is also its smallest, by a long shot.
If you're plagued with super-fumbly hands, Olympus may have you covered with two new Stylus point-and-shoot announcements from CES 2013.
4K and OLED have been two of the biggest buzzwords in the realm of TVs at CES 2013, and a Sony prototype set on display at this year's show packs both those buzzwords into one 56-inch set.
The company announced two new additions to its Nikon 1 series and two new Nikon 1 lenses Monday at CES 2013, including its smallest mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera to date.
Sony's new camcorders get steadier; some are able to be used as a pass-through projections for HDMI connected devices.
If you buy a Samsung point-and-shoot camera from here on in, it's likely to have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities.
Sharp's TV lineup will offer loads of big-screen options this year, but its IGZO displays for mobile devices may have a bigger impact.
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