Cable subscribers can stream this Year's NCAA Tournament at no additional cost, a perk that plays out a lot like the rest of TV: great for sports fans, but frustrating for everybody else.
As it gets cozy with media companies like Time Warner Inc., NBC Universal, and Viacom, the world's preeminent chipmaker is on the verge of a revolution that will most certainly be televised.
Even after years of advancement, the universal remote continues to confound most of those who use it. But recent developments in mobile device technology indicate that our phones and tablets will soon become the remotes we've always wanted.
V-MODA's VAMP VERZA is an all-in-one headphone amp, DAC, and battery pack that latches on to the new Metallo case to form a slick, one-piece system capable of cranking the volume on your digital tunes.
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.
The U.S. Court of Appeals appears to disagree (though not yet officially) with the FCC's contention that Comcast Corp discriminated against the Tennis Channel by restricting the network to a premium sports tier.
In a rather big brother-ish move, Time Warner and Ball State University researchers will use eye-tracking technology,to better understand how people interact with a second screen while watching TV.
Trademark applications for 4KN, 4KNET, 4KNetwork, 4K Network, and 4K suggest DirecTV is keeping its options open regarding a 4K/Ultra HD network
In a continuation of a saga more entertaining that any of CBS' actual programming, Dish Network is alleging 'The Big Bang Theory' actress Kaley Cuoco was encouraged to remove a tweet that CBS (her employer) found objectionable.
Sony teamed up with the forever-scowling Simon Cowell again, this time for the MDR-XO5, the upcoming on-ear addition to its X headphone line.
Amazon has inked an exclusive deal with FX's Western-esque Crime Drama 'Justified,' a move it hopes will help propel it to the top of the streaming video world.
With the next generation of TV in mind, the FCC has signed off on a trial run of Europe's DVB-T2 standard, a move which it hopes will help assess the viability of 4K/Ultra HD broadcasting.
Spotify has approached major labels in hopes of reducing fees and offering its free, ad-supported service to mobile users.
In response to YouTube's popularity among young music fans, Billboard now considers the number of views a song has on the site when building its Hot 100 list.