Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index report finds that U.S. consumers overwhelmingly love their TVs, Apple, and yes, their comfy old desktop PCs. But America's fascination with computing devices in general is waning a bit.
The price premium for 4K TV gets a lot smaller.
At least three TV makers were at IFA last week showcasing sets that could go from flat to slightly curved and back.
The next big thing, according to consumer electronics makers at IFA? TVs that bend.
Samsung newest TVs will come with games like "Need for Speed: Most Wanted" and "Real Football 2014"
Yes, the new Roku TVs are just smart TVs with Roku's familiar interface and huge content library built in. It may be simple, but it's still a brilliant result.
HiSense and TCL televisions ship soon with Roku built-in
Giraffic's AVA technology changes the way your new TV will stream content, for better performance regardless of network congestion.
LG will become the last major manufacturer of plasma panels--assuming it doesn't also exit the business.
Google launches Android TV, with shupport from Sharp, Sony, Asus, and others. It will debut this fal, replacing the forgotten Google TV technology.
One access point can stream to up to three clients using the 802.11ac protocol.
An Asus version of the "Will It Blend" video implies that the company may debut a single integrated device at Computex.
People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, and people in studio apartments shouldn't buy 80-inch TVs.
Finally, a smart TV interface that isn't stupid.
LG webOS TV