Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
The Hitachi UltraVision LE42S704 delivers decent picture quality and great audio at a good price if you're not set on Internet or robust multimedia support.
Though the Vizio XVT423SV isn't the best HDTV we've seen, it's consistently above average.
This sexy television has a number of good qualities, but oversaturation, moving buildings, and a weak range of viewing angles are flaws.
The Samsung LN46C650 is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features.
If you own a 27-inch iMac and want to make use of its screen to play console games, watch Blu-ray movies, or enjoy HD TV shows from a cable box or DVR, the Kanex XD can make it happen. Due to a limitation of the iMac, however, you'll have to settle for 720p resolution instead of 1080p.
Good news: The Boxee beta has come to the Apple TV. Not so good news: It's very definitely a beta.
Spank A Monkey stars Sugar, the monkey. The game's objective is to make Sugar happy by following her four simple commands: lift, shake, pinch, or spank. Do so enough times in sequence without error and you earn a banana and advance to the next level where it is more of the same.
Fire Core's aTV Flash software adds many features and abilities to the Apple TV.
In our round-up of mobile bill tracking apps, both BillMinder and BillTracker are very good options with features that some users may find more appealing than others. But in Ben Boychuk's estimation, BillMinder enjoys an edge over the competition.
The gift-giving season may be over, but you might have picked up a few bucks and a few gift cards that you're itching to spend. Now's a good time to get yourself a new Blu-ray player for your home entertainment center.
A terrific picture, a responsive interface, and plenty of streaming goodness make this a terrific Blu-ray player, despite a few shortcomings.
Its superb image quality, excellent design, and wide feature set make the DMP-BD55K a tempting Blu-ray choice.