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The $50 Roku Streaming Stick plugs directly into an HDMI port on your TV, bringing the full Roku experience of access to 1,200 streaming channels without all those cables.
Cord cutters should take a keen interest in Mohu Channels, which promises to deliver an on-screen programming guide for over-the-air HD channels alongside your favorite streaming services and websites.
Debuting at Mobile World Congress and arriving in the U.S. later in 2014, the V@Home TV Gateway DVR lets you watch and record live TV on multiple devices at once.
The $50 box from TiVo's co-founders lets you sit back and soak up the YouTube.
Could other musical acts or types of content follow suit with Apple TV-specific channels?
The DVR maker denied reports that it would kill off its hardware division, though TiVo is developing a cloud-based approach to TV show recording.
Lights, projectors, speakers, displays, and sensors work together to create a dreamy living room experience.
The TV companies at CES insist this really is the year of 4K and smart interfaces you'll actually want to use. And from what we've seen, we tend to agree—as long as the price is right.
The Tablo DVR lets you watch and record live TV to play on your tablet or smartphone—no television required.
Sony further pushes 4K lineup with the flagship XBR-X950B series.
Finger gestures and improved voice control are coming to Samsung's Smart TV lineup slated to debut at CES in January.
From a ridiculously huge 105-inch curved TV to sound bars and speakers you might actually buy, LG has a lot planned at CES next month.
Not every Cyber Monday deal is at hot, hot, hot as advertised. But we managed to find some worthy bargains on HDTVs, smartphones, cameras, tablets and more.
So you've got a game console. Now what?
From TVs to consoles to set-top boxes, the new Netflix look is headed everywhere.