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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.
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.
Could other musical acts or types of content follow suit with Apple TV-specific channels?
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Accessory vendor Logitech announced on Tuesday that the company is expanding its Harmony line of universal remote controls with a new flagship model, a new low-end model, and a multi-function hub that extends the capabilities of both.
Apple’s Apple TV 5.2.1 software update, released on Tuesday, brings a redesigned interface for the television and movies streaming app as well as patching a number of bugs.
Facing new competition in the wireless multi-room audio system market that it dominates now, Sonos seeks to expand into the home-theater audio market.
Netgear is shipping a NeoTV streamer with Google TV and a night-vision enabled webcam—but its Slingbox support across the NeoTV line may be its most interesting CES announcement.
Google is hoping to convince a variety of device and software makers to support the new open initiative
Jobs's TV would likely have been live, on-demand, cloud-based, social, long-tail, curated, and very device-friendly.
Twentieth Century Fox is testing to see what happens when it releases movies as downloads from the iTunes Store and elsewhere before DVDs and Blu-rays go on sale.
A new TiVo gadget lets you watch live or recorded TiVo content on a network-connected iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch -- without disrupting playback on the TiVo-connected TV set.
We start off the week with an amuse-bouche of an iPhone rumor, followed by a few light helpings of iTunes in the Cloud. Finally, for dessert, half a dozen assorted flavors of Kindle Fire.
Stream TV Networks, which develops glasses-free 3D technology for TV sets, said iPad, iPhone and Apple TV users will be able to beam movie or application images to upcoming glasses-free 3D TV sets based on the company’s autostereoscopic technology.