Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Four competing TV platforms could spell confusion for consumers.
And it's bad news for X-Files fans as creator Chris Carter’s drama ‘The After’ didn’t make the final cut.
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
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.
Yep, yet another Bluetooth speaker. This one's noteworthy for the IP65 rating that protects it from dust and water jets.
They’re lightweight, comfy, and they use high-resolution Kleer technology instead of Bluetooth.
With proprietary technology and tighter integrations with Samsung phones, the new crop of TVs seems built for Samsung's biggest fans.
TV manufacturer mixes fact with a generous splash of hyperbole while pitching its latest Aquos lineup at its CES press conference.
Disney, ESPN, Food Network, HGTV, Cartoon Network, and more are already on board.
LG moves OLED TV technology into the 4K generation, adding a number of more conventional 4K TVs in the process. Plus: some innovative new washing machines, a gaming display, streaming sound, and an IoT strategy.
First Chromecast took over your TV, and Google Cast for Audio hopes to do the same for speakers and other audio gear.
Netflix doesn't do much to stop people from accessing Netflix over a virtual private network, but that may soon change.