Review: With Panasonic's Viera TC-P42GT25 you get a 3D HDTV that has excellent 3D and 2D picture quality all at an affordable price level.
Although not much is yet known about the device, it is expected to have a 2D to 3D conversion feature.
Rovi Corporation is buying Sonic Solutions - the outfit behind RoxioNow, CinemaNow, Blockbuster streaming, and DivX - for $720 million.
FCC chair Julius Genachowski has proposed conditions on the pending Comcast/NBC merger to guarantee rival TV services still have access to NBC programming.
Hoping for a few holiday sales, Pioneer has shipped its first 3D-capable Blu-ray players...and you can control them from an iPhone, if you like.
Review: The E55Ti tower speakers, part of EMP Tek's Impression Series, offer clean, lively sound and an attractive finish that make them a solid buy.
Apple expects its second-generation Apple TV will sell its one millionth unit this week - does that make it more than a "hobby" the company indulges?
Best Buy has dropped its 10-15 percent restocking fee for all merchandise due to slow sales over the holiday. If you were charged a restocking fee, get your money back!
With CES on the horizon, Google has unexpectedly begun asking major television manufacturers to halt plans to debut new Google TV systems in January.
Review: The fully featured Quattron LC-60LE925UN from Sharp offers 3D, 240 Hz, and is internet connected with Netflix and Vudu built in.
Every year IBM predicts five new technologies that will change things in the next five years. This year, 3D holograms, GPS, and batteries dominate the list.
Most people can't get over the bulky, dim, battery-dependent glasses that come with 3D TVs. Now Vizio claims they don't have to.
Despite a bumpy start, Google TV is forging ahead with some impressive software updates.
A new European TV box embodies the phrase "all-in-one." And it's not available here.
Comcast is testing ways to combine its cable service with the Internet as subscribers begin to cut the chord.