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VIZIO 65-Inch Theater 3D Razor LED HDTV with Battery-Free Glasses

12/17/2010, VIZIO has announced the company’s new 65-inch Theater 3D Edge-Lit Razor LED HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps. The company is boasting its new 3D technology, which utilizes a battery-free glasses option that’s said to cause less eyestrain than...

Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 HDTV Records HD Shows to SDXC Memory Card

12/17/2010, The Panasonic VIERA TH L42G3 is a 42-inch HDTV set that has an IPS LED-backlit full HD display with an SDXC memory card reader. The cool part about the memory card slot on this television set is that it will allow you to record your HD television shows to...

DISH Network Makes 3D Push with On-Demand Movies

12/17/2010, In an attempt to make 3D movies and television programming more popular, satellite provider DISH Network has announced that it will be making 3D movies available as a pay-per-view for your on-demand movie watching experience, provided that you have a...

Smart TVs Are Here – But What Are They?

12/09/2010, “This post was brought to you by Samsung Electronics America. Check samsung.com/apps to see a complete list of apps available on Samsung Smart TVs. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of...

DISH Remote Access iPad App Now Available to Stream Live TV

12/01/2010, DISH Network’s Remote Access App for the iPad is now available as a free download from the App Store, which would allow DISH subscribers to stream their satellite TV to their iPad. The app can also enable users to manage their DVRs and serve as a...

Samsung Foldable 3D OLED TV Concept Hints at Future of TV

11/30/2010, Samsung recently showed off a flexible, foldable 3D TV concept that hints at the future of 3D TV. The OLED panel can be folded and would give better viewing angle of the 3D content that is playing so that the viewer doesn’t need to sit directly in...

Chrome OS Coming To Tablets And TVs?

11/25/2010, Google’s VP of engineering for Chrome was quoted recently in an interview stating that the company is planning to expand Chrome OS beyond netbooks. While the operating system is designed for traditional computing, there is a potential for it to be...

Boxee Box Review

11/23/2010, The Boxee has been built with a simple goal in mind. Its creators say that “a lot of your favorite shows and movies are already available on the Internet. Boxee is a device that finds them and puts them on your TV. It’s easy to use and even...

Google TV Review

11/16/2010, The promise of Google TV is to deliver a “web, made for your TV”. To reach the masses, the Logitech Revue is a hardware solution that lets anyone with an HDTV and an Internet connection join the party. It’s even more fun if you already...

XT9 Predictive Text Entry Comes to BLOBbox IPTV

11/16/2010, If you enjoy texting with a regular 9- or 12-key keypad on a regular phone, Nuance is looking to bring the same XT9 predictive text entry mechanism to BLOBbox, which is an Internet streaming box for your television set that combines traditional TV with...

Social web on a 10-foot interface, how big is it?

11/02/2010, Unless you’re vegging by yourself, TV watching has always been a social activity. You gather for a raucous Super Bowl party. You sit with family and friends and feel superior while you hoot and hollar at talentless American Idol wannabees,...

Tizi Brings TV to iPhones, iPads Via Mobile Hotspot

10/29/2010, While we’ve already heard of mobile hotspot mobile broadband services, such as those employed by the MiFi and the Sprint Overdrive, German manufacturer equinux is going a step further by introducing a small portable box that will broadcast...