The company's super-efficient big-screen displays will debut this fall with a 65-inch model, priced at $6,999.
RealNetworks' new RealDVD promises to let people legally rip their movie DVDs...by wrapping them in DRM that limits where the copies can be played.
Hitachi has grown the line of 1.5-inch plasmas Hitachi launched at CES to include a new 50-inch model.
Folks looking for wireless high-def video solutions have been waiting for the dust to settle between UWB and WHDI...now Gefen has decided to back both technologies.
Control4's new HC-200 home controller packs a wealth of home automation capabilities, and carries a $499 price tag.
While most Blu-ray manufacturers are trying for consumer-friendly prices, Sony opts to roll out a $2000 player...and an LCD TV with a 240 Hz refresh rate.
Sharp has unveiled a bevy of new Aquos HDTVs, including ultra-thin models, deep color support, and 120 Hz refresh rates...and even a tiny 19-inch widescreen unit.
Amazon has extended its Video On Demand offering, enabling streaming to Mac and PC Web browsers, plus rentals and purchases through Sony's Bravia Internet Video Link.
TiVo is packing a 1 TB drive into its new TiVo HD XL, offering up to 150 hours of high-definition recording time.
The company's wireless expansion module makes any pair of ordinary home audio speakers wireless.
TiVo and DirecTV have announced a re-invigorated partnership that has the companies developing a new TiVo-based high-def DVR for DirecTV subscribers.
Get an all-in-one DJ system without spending thousands with the Sony Xcross Fade DJ System.
The DVDO Edge video processor can upscale up to 10 video sources to 1080p, and improve image quality using Anchor Bay's VRS technology.
One of the company's more conservative, mid-priced speaker lines has picked up four new models with range of improvements.
Philips CinemaOne home theater system packs a DVD/CD player, iPod dock, five channel amp, and subwoofer into a tiny, round box.