Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
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.
D-Link and Boxee have teamed up to develop the Boxee Box, a hardware player that runs the Boxee home media software.
Sony hopes 3D-capable TV sets will account for up to half of all TVs it sells in 2012, an executive said in an interview.
If an HDTV--for yourself or for some lucky gift recipient--is on your holiday shopping list, you're in luck, thanks to attractive pricing.
The new 27-inch iMacs can serve as external displays for other devices. An Apple support document lets you know how to get the most out of the new feature.
For the California Energy Commission, the voluntary guidelines of the Federal Energy Star program aren't enough to curb energy guzzling by HDTVs.
Consumer Electronics Association officials see some breaks in the clouds for rising technologies such as e-book readers, 3D televisions, and mobile apps, as the group that organizes the CES trade show gave its forecast for the coming year.
Logitech has agreed to buy HD video communications company LifeSize for $405 million.
Apple says users who've upgraded to the recently released Apple TV 3.0 software should download this update to prevent a problem where content temporarily disappears from the set-top box until it's resynced.
According to reports, Apple is flogging a $30 per month television service to content providers—but will the networks bite?
Apple TV 3.0 is out, and it's got some nice improvements. But it does make you wonder, what's the future of Apple's endless hobby?
The iTunes 9.0.2 update released on Thursday adds support for the new Apple TV 3.0 software, plus a new dark Grid view background option.