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Allen isn't new to TV, but today's TV will be new to him. What might we expect to see?
LG, Samsung, Sony,and a host of other manufacturers unveiled their latest 4K TVs at CES last week. But is there anything available to watch on them?
It can handle nearly anything your phone can do, but the learning curve is long.
For those who've learned to live without a pay TV subscription, 2014 was a banner year. Here's what to expect in 2015.
Kevin Spacey wins actor accolades for House of Cards, while Jeffrey Tambor helps Amazon's Transparent take a pair of awards.
Ultraflix is busy licensing as much 4K content as it can for streaming rental, and even will convert old films in return for the 4K rights.
Major TV makers and content producers team up to make 4K HDTV matter.
This year’s crop of headphones are multi-taskers.
If you’re looking for extra functionality, Harman has it.
These self-powered speakers can handle Cast for Audio streams right out of the box.
Dish’s new Internet video service is a big step toward breaking up big channel bundles, but don’t expect all the comforts of cable.
Plenty of new products, including affordable DJ-quality headphones and weather-proof Bluetooth speakers.
It's finally here audio fans: Neil Young's fancy high-resolution audio player the Pono is landing on store shelves.
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.
Four competing TV platforms could spell confusion for consumers.