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So you've got a game console. Now what?
From TVs to consoles to set-top boxes, the new Netflix look is headed everywhere.
Samsung's new $150 set-top device will turn any dumb TV smart, but there's a lot of better options out there.
Two top cable providers are reportedly in talks with Netflix to bring House of Cards—and much, much more—straight to your set-top cable box.
Worrisome news for the flat-panel TV industry probably means that consumers should see some aggressive holiday TV bargains.
HDMI 2.0 brings some killer new AV capabilities to the table, but the best thing about it may be what hasn't changed.
All you need is a good multi-use monitor and and awesome set of speakers.
The sleek 55-inch screen uses 3D Active glasses to allow two viewers to watch two different signals simultaneously in HD. Both viewers can watch 3D programming at the same time.
Vizio Internet Apps Plus is the company's name for its new full-screen app launcher, as well as a group of new apps and features for its smart TV platform.
Comcast unveiled two new technologies today that it hopes will keep customers from cutting them cords.
A research team at the University of Washington has developed a way to enact gesture control across all devices using the WiFi router in your living room.
IMAX has introduced the Private Theatre, the ultimate in home theater starting at a cool $2 million.
The team behind the popular Fanhattan app for iOS recently unveiled a stylish set-top streaming device that has reportedly been in the works all along.
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Woodenshark's Lightpack aims to use ambient backlight to essentially extend your HDTV or monitor's screen, and make it safer on the eyes at the same time.