In the wake of Toshiba officially dropping its HD DVD format, a flurry of companies are joining the Blu-ray camp...even some HD DVD stalwarts.
The investment will help develop technology for manufacturing OLED screens larger than the company's current 11-inch model.
Blu-ray finally emerged as the victorious HD format on Tuesday when Toshiba announced it was pulling the plug on HD DVD for good.
The U.S. government says it has started mailing out $40 coupons good toward the purchase of DTV converters, while Nielsen says 13 million home aren't ready for DTV.
A Monday-morning announcement attempted to stave off rumors of certain death for HD DVD, but left a lingering cloud over the format's fate.
Mega-retailer Wal-Mart has decided to exclusively back the Blu-ray high-definition disc format, phasing out HD DVD by June, 2008.
The Niveus Storage Server is now available with up to four TB of media storage, plus reflection technology that pushes new content to servers in remote locations.
Anonymous sources in the Hollywood Reporter say Toshiba is finally ready to cry uncle, though company reps continue to deny it.
A new report from Nielsen shows DVRs people actually spending more time in front of the tube with DVRs, but at different times.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 8 wants to be your high-def TV...and your computer monitor, game console screen, and high-quality sound system.
By interpreting closed captioning data, Samsung's technology can automatically pull up Web content relevant to a TV show without a mouse or keyboard.
With all the buzz about high-definition television, some folks might be wondering what comes next. How about a 56-inch LCD TV with 3,840 by 2,160-pixel resolution?
In a one-two punch for HD DVD, first Netflix says it's phasing out HD DVD, now electronics retailer Best Buy says it will recommend and showcase Blu-ray products over HD DVD.
The rent-by-mail DVD company has announced it will only offer high-definition DVDs in Blu-ray format, phasing out HD DVD by the end of 2008.
A calendar, thermometer and alarm clock are among the extra goodies rolled into the PF-E700.