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Google is working with Intel, Sony and others on Google TV, a service aimed at putting the Internet in living rooms, The New York Times says.
On Tuesday, Samsung showed off its first-ever line of 3D LED TVs as well as other additions to its LED, LCD, and plasma TV lineups, many of which offer built-in 3D technology.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google has teamed up with Dish Network to offer a set-top box based on the Android operating system.
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.