2 hrs ago | ITworld
My first Apple TV quickly established itself as an essential addition to my home media setup.
2 hrs ago | Free Republic
A new Samsung TV television advert is outraging rights groups for both women and men, being slammed as sexist from both sides.
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
I remember only about five years ago, all I could think of was: do I buy the 60" 1080p Plasma, the LCD or wait for the tasty LED technology, or even should I think bigger and go for the 110" Epson Cinema Projection Set-up that you need to sit at least 12 feet from the screen or your brain just bursts into flames.
8 hrs ago | Post and Courier
At first, I didn't like the idea of linking good deals with Memorial Day. Buying a new television is hardly the best way to commemorate the fallen heroes of this country.
13 hrs ago | New Scientist
Your next TV might be a quantum one. Sort of. Light-emitting nanoparticles called quantum dots are finally coming out of the lab and into our living rooms, bringing better colour to LCD flat-panel screens.
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
Two of Dayton's major network TV stations are embroiled in a dispute with cable-TV provider Time Warner Cable, and televisions across the Miami Valley could lose a few stations if it's not settled.
Of course, it's hard to think of a more compelling use for OLED technology, which can be made flexible, nearly unbreakable and, most importantly in this case, transparent .
Wintek expects its production utilization rate to climb starting from July 2013 along with its revenues and profits, according to company chairman Wyley Huang.
A new wave of smaller, but less expensive Ultra HD televisions is beginning to hit stores.
Hillcrest Laboratories Inc., of Rockville, which makes software and equipment to enrich digital media products for televisions and other audio-visual devices, announced it has signed a multi-year agreement with TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings Ltd., of Hong Kong, to extend the use of Hillcrest's patented Freespace in-air pointing and motion ... (more)
TvDealsNow.com, the newly launched website offers a haven for electronics. The site has a large collection of TV, Tablets, Notebooks, cameras and other varieties of electronic goods.
Importers of popular electronics such as big-screen TVs and MP3 players are ramping up their fight against federal tariff changes, accusing the government of misleading them by offering tariff breaks that it planned to claw back later.
Opera Mediaworks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Opera Software and a conglomerate of several companies, recently announced a next-generation ad platform for connected TVs.
Researchers are still debating the effects of technology on young children, but while they debate how much is too much, parents seem to have it figured out.
Marylhurst University will open its 2013 Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition with a preview reception in the Art Gym next week.
The formerly nimble Apple continues to generate the idea of lounging on the beach on a permanent vacation, as its dream to reinvent TV may have just received the first signs of a death blow, with Microsoft's Xbox One taking direct aim at that market, shooting off an effective volley, one which awaits a response from Apple.
Just when you thought display technology could hardly get any better, along come quantum dots, making screens more colorful while consuming less power.