This encoding technology makes it possible for recording artists to distribute their work in studio-master quality—and you don’t need mind-numbingly expensive gear to enjoy to it.
You know the connected-home is going mainstream when a company that manufactures doors, windows, shades, and blinds is embedding sensors into its products.
A new gateway feature can give users remote access to multiple AllJoyn devices
Intimidated by going to a yoga studio? This mat can give you real-time feedback on your yoga practice at home.
Four competing TV platforms could spell confusion for consumers.
With a laser pointer integrated into the camera body, you can mess with your cats with a simple swipe of your smartphone screen.
And it's bad news for X-Files fans as creator Chris Carter’s drama ‘The After’ didn’t make the final cut.
Some of the biggest consumer electronics companies plan to replace HDMI on future TV sets
PCWorld walks the CES 2015 show floor before the show opens for business, giving you a sneak peek of what everyone else will see.
Ditched cable and miss flipping the channels? Channel Master’s DVR+ box may soon offer an Internet equivalent.
The set is as thin as a few coins and one of the first to support Google's new platform
The clever app utilizes both your Android phone’s infrared emitter and its Wi-Fi radio to control everything from your TV to your robot vacuum cleaner.
Netflix begins a recommended television program featuring TVs from LG, Sharp and others.
The speaker manufacturer shows its lifestyle colors with the new Hinge Wireless foldable on-ear headphones.
Move over, Google Fiber. Broadcom has begun sampling its first cable modem chip supporting DOCSIS 3.1, the technology that will enable gigabit cable Internet service in 2015. Comcast has already signed on.