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PC World rounds up the HDTV makers who've got 3D news at this year's CES trade show.
Love your media center so much you wish you could bring it over to a friend's house? That's what LaCie had in mind when it debuted the LaCinema Mini HD at CES.
Intel CEO and President Paul Otellini will unveil a device that likely links computers with televisions over a wireless network during his keynote.
Consumer electronics sales may be projected to be flat in 2010, but that's not stopping vendors of smartphones, LCD TVs, and a wide range of other products from descending upon Las Vegas for this week's CES show.
The D-Link Boxee Box connects the popular media software directly to your TV, with plenty of useful hardware features.
2009 was a busy year for the iPod, iTunes, and Apple TV. Here's a quick wrap-up of some of the big events of the past 12 months in the world of home entertainment.
Flash forward to about a year from now. What kinds of HDTV products and features is your retail salesperson likely to tout? Here are 10 trends to watch out for.
Apple is looking to add monthly subscriptions to the TV content available in its online iTunes store, according to the Wall Street Journal. Disney and CBS are interested in signing on.
The Blu-ray Disc Association announced it has finalized the specification for 3D content on Blu-ray discs, meaning games, movies, and television series...
Just in time for the holidays, Apple has launched a special section of the iTunes Store to sell movies paired up at discounted prices.
Photojojo has released You-Vision Glasses, a pair of glasses that record video that would make any super spy proud.
Missed out on HDTV Black Friday door buster deals? It's not too late to get a great deal.
In version 4.0.3, the add-on media center for Apple TV known as aTV Flash adds full support for Apple TV 3.0.1 software, keyboard support for Safari, and true USB storage for syncing iTunes media.
A Taiwanese maker of thin-film transistor-liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs) has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $220 million fine for price-fixing.
The Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) Consortium announced on Tuesday that its wireless technology specification has finally reached a completed state, and will support 1080p resolution.