Starting next year, developers will be able to start selling widgets to Internet-capable TVs running Yahoo's Connected TV platform.
A new survey from Motorola reinforces that TV is a beloved American pastime, and it's going to see some changes in the next few years. But not all ones you'd expect.
Orb TV can pull the likes of Hulu and Comedy Central from a PC to a TV, uses a smartphone as a remote, and costs $99.
Vudu high-definition streaming movies will be available to registered PS3 users in the United STates starting next week.
Vizio's new XVT HDTV lineup features better refresh rates and built-in Wi-Fi. Oh, and now supports 3D.
From ongoing spats with content providers to its Ask-Jeeves-caliber search, Google TV has a long way to go before it will truly find a home in most living rooms.
The Boxee Box streaming video set-top box goes on sale today...and Netflix and Hulu Plus should be coming soon.
Avantgarde's giant Trio Classico speakers will run you a high price tag, but have the unique design to show for it.
Olive Media is trying to garner attention by giving sneak peeks at their new O6HD music server aimed at audiophiles.
There's nothing more than this mock-up to offer proof, but it looks like Microsoft either had or has plans for an ESPN Xbox 360 design.
A workaround that allowed Google TV users to view content networks had blocked from other sites sealed up on Monday as Fancast.com denied access to Google TV boxes.
Logitech's Revue brings the Web to your TV as the first set-top box with the Google TV operating system.
Would you be willing to pay $30 to $50 for a "premium" on-demand movie in your home?
A study commissioned by Logitech finds a third of U.S. living rooms have four or more remote controls...and that number is over half in the UK, France, and Australia.
ESPN admits it's unsure about the future of 3D TV programming, but will commit for at least another year. Will it finally catch on, or is 3D just not welcome in the home?