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.
We heard a rumor that Paramount was undertaking the monumental task of completely remastering all of Star Trek: The Next Generation in glorious HD, and it's just been confirmed: Season 1 is going to be available as early as next year.
Star Trek: The Next Generation is one of the very few shows that I would personally fork over a bunch of money to own in HD on Blu-ray, as soon as they get around to it. There's just one problem with my awesome plan: an HD conversion of the TNG episodes simply can't be done.
Syfy — DVICE's shark-'n'-octopus-splicing parent company — has partnered with game publisher Trion Worlds to create a television-and-video game pairing that'll talk back and forth. Your actions in the game, for instance, will actually change the script of the show, and the game will change as the show progresses.
In Japan, NHK is testing out little cameras embedded in TVs that watch you watching them, analyzing your movements and facial expressions to figure out what programs and advertisements you like and what you don't. Is this a good idea or a terrible one? It could be both.
ABC is showing that the iPad isn't out of new tricks yet. In a push to make TV more interactive with its app, ABC can sync your iPad to your TV just by using the iPad's built-in mic.
A Californian company called Prysm is showing off what it considers to be the next generation of television, thanks to its low power consumption and ability to display in quad HD. Called a laser phosphor display, or LPD, the sets bounces laser beams off of phosphor pixels embedded in screens made of glass and plastic.