Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
Elgato on Tuesday released the newest version of its EyeTV Hybrid, reducing the size of the device and adding support for Windows 7 users.
Sony will begin selling 3D TVs in Japan on June 10 and worldwide at about the same time, it said Tuesday.
At this week's CeBIT IT fair, engineers are showing a new breed of screen that projects a 3D image towards the viewer's eyes so glasses aren't required.
Cnet reports that Apple has been pitching the idea to provide cloud storage for music and movies for a future iteration of iTunes.
Tivo introduced a new set-top box that unites programming from TV broadcasts and the Internet.
Boxee has added official supports for its new beta on the Apple TV.
Wal-Mart said it acquired Vudu, following rumors about the acquisition.
Both Qualcomm and ST-Ericsson are demonstrating concept smartphones that can connect to and play HD content on TVs in Barcelona.
From Macworld Expo 2010, Roman Loyola takes a look at two Best of Show winners, Kanex's XD (an adapter box for connecting HDMI devices to the current 27-inch iMac) and Microvision's ShowWX (a pico projector).
Following up on an earlier report that Apple was in negotiations to sell SD TV shows on the iTunes Store for $1, the Financial Times claims we'll see that happen with the iPad launch.
A new software update brings Apple's media center up-to-date with recent changes in image sharing and makes some minor tweaks to the user interface.
Sony announced new 3D Blu-ray Disc players on Wednesday.
Before the once-every-four-years winter games and the biggest football game of the year, it's a great time to shop for a new HDTV--and find some good deals in the process.
Samsung reported record high 2009 revenue and predicted explosive growth in 3D TVs on Friday.
Samsung began mass producting of 3D TV screens this month, a first step to prices coming down to more affordable levels.