Time-Warner's war with CBS is just the latest TV network/provider kerfuffle. Why isn't there a T-Mobile in the TV business to force a new, consumer-friendly business model?
This year, both refs and audiences will be able to watch replays in three dimensions.
The 80's science show known as Cosmos is getting a sequel and the creators have just unveiled an amazing trailer for the program which has everything necessary to whet a science geek's appetite.
The MIT Media Lab has discovered a better way to create less expensive color holographic-video displays.
ASUS prepares to release television-sized monitors of the future.
A television network in Brazil has figured out a way to harness the power of social media by allowing subscribers to use Twitter to record their favorite programs.
TNT and TBS become the first major television networks in the U.S. to offer 24-hour live online streaming of all programming.
The company has posted 14 original pilots and opened it up to input.
Figuring out which commercials to run during different TV shows is a pretty hit-or-miss process, but Intel has developed a new set top box that looks at who's in the room watching, and then runs commercials targeted at them.
Back in the mid 1950s we approached technology like everything else. We liked it big and space age. So it's no surprise that the first wireless TV remote control looked like a ray gun, and in a way it was a ray gun.