After making a splash at CES, Nvidia's new $200 Shield TV is now on sale.
The popular Samsung SmartCam security cameras contain a critical remote code execution vulnerability that could allow hackers to gain root access and take full control of them.
A few brave souls predict IoT standards will start to gel this year, but making all those connected things work together still looks like a long shot.
Options abound for checking out all the championship action on whatever screen you choose.
Google's Chrome browser will be able to play FLAC files by the end of January—as will Firefox.
It may not persuade home theater geeks, but Sony’s “actuator” tech, which turns the entire OLED panel into a speaker, is impressive.
Amazon's Echo is hearing you all the time, and that isn't necessarily a good thing. The device can randomly order items you don't want, record conversations, and has raised several privacy concerns.
Antenna technology surged at CES 2017, making free over-the-air broadcasts easier to watch on your own terms.
New streaming boxes, smart TVs, and antenna tools arrived in force at the tech industry's biggest gathering of the year.
Virtual reality was all over CES, providing attendees with a glimpse into the computer animated future. But while show-goers were deep in their virtual worlds, photographers Ann Singer and Alexandra Wimley of BU News Service were outside looking on. Here's what they captured.
The Ossic X 3D headphones raised more money on Kickstarter than any other VR campaign, and their sound is utterly transformative.
The big trends are active noise cancellation, Bluetooth in almost everything, and innovative ways to handle digital audio.
If you’re looking for high-end speakers at CES, the High-Performance Audio exhibits at the Venetian are always the place to go.
Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch talks pricing, DVR, and certified hardware.
TiVo's new interface tries to predict what you'll watch, but it's not just for DVR boxes anymore.