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When was the last time you watched anything in 3-D at home? The answer is probably never - and for good reason too: 3-D in the living room never really took off, writes Matthew James.
Two other casting events were held earlier this month in Des Moines, Iowa, and Milwaukee, Wis.
Marty Spitzer is the director for U.S. Climate and Renewable Energy Policy at WWF.
Google is searching to define optimum human health for the individual by analyzing hundreds, and then thousands, of personal genomes.
A woman shopping at Wal-Mart said she couldn't believe her eyes when she watched two young men walk out of the front door with carts filled with flat screen televisions and no one was stopping them.
Certain Vizio TV owners have gained access to another digital service, Spotify. The music service is coming only to select Vizio Smart TVs, which can be determined by checking out the maker's app compatibility chart on its website.
Twister is arguably the most popular weather movie ever made, and it sparked an interest in meteorology in both kids and adults alike.
Two male suspects were caught on video surveillance. Their vehicle was also recorded on video: a dark, four-door Ford Escape with a novelty licence plate and a large logo on the rear window.
Man has a new best friend. According to a new national consumer study, Americans have redefined their relationships with television, seeing their TV less as an entertainment device and more as a companion, with 60 percent of American consumers leaving the TV on whether they're actively watching or not.
Samsung's latest curved TV is 105 inches wide, perfect for displaying four different live TV screens at once.
Hilary Anderson was in grade school then, but she remembers the “swampland of molasses” in the kitchen after Southern California's last destructive earthquake throttled her Simi Valley home.
There's no one phone that's able to control every single television model in the universe - but there are several out there today that have big potential for chaos.
Now that you've finally outfitted almost every room in your house with a flat-panel HDTV, there's a new technology being touted as the next big thing: ultra high-definition, or UHD, TV.
There is a fight brewing in Washington that could change the face of television.
The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission resolved on Thursday to distribute 690-baht discount coupons to households nationwide to assist their purchase of digital TV set-top boxes or digital TVs.
Samsung on Tuesday announced the super steep price of its new 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV set: $120,000.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 07:39 am
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