Pirated TV is a major thorn in the side of TV networks. But Pirates, who say they just want TV on their own terms, are having their way. Can and should something be done to stop the increasingly popular practice of illegal downloading?
The future of TV may be in the hands of some companies that have been far removed from the broadcast giants we've grown up with. Amazon, Microsoft, Intel and Netflix are all making a power play with original content and live TV over Internet.
Even bigger phones, higher-resolution TVs and one show-stopping surprise are all in the cards for next year’s CES.
Is Aereokiller committing suicide, or will it live up to its name?
Dish and Viacom may have a viable strategy for delivering internet TV
Creator of RUWT lays out the "old" startup's road map and how it wants to improve the state of television consumption, starting with sports.
On the Apple iTV lookout: Best Buy surveys customers about a 42-inch, $1,499 Apple HDTV [UPDATE: Best Buy explains]
Has a survey testing the Apple iTV waters from Best Buy outed the company's next big (and very expensive) product?
The Apple iTV talk just won't die, but we know one thing that could ultimately kill it: Microsoft, the Xbox, and the rest of its connected TV ecosystem.
The open source operating system continues to refine itself for next-generation products while still retaining its PC appeal.
According to the latest rumors, Apple will bring 32- and 37-inch iTVs to market in mid-2012.
Step by step, piece by piece, Google will keep trying to turn Google TV into a successful platform. Next up: YouTube and Photo app updates.
Smartphones and tablets are the only devices affected by Adobe's decision to cut Flash for mobile: It includes connected TVs as well.
The future of television remains up in the air as content providers and cable companies prepare to fight it out, and streaming services wait in the wings.
You've sold your company to Microsoft, now what? Build a content streaming platform apparently.