The humble television set seems poised to burst like some feature-laden pinata. Where is our Internet connectivity? Our TV apps? Well, here's one trick the TV will learn soon, and one that makes sense: the ability to make video calls.
You'd think that, at this point, it'd be relatively easy to watch live TV on your iPhone. Not so! There's no app that'll let you do it, at least not yet. But if you're really interested in this, the Cydle i30 will make it happen.
Are you concerned about your kids watching TV shows or movies with curse words in them? Well, you could monitor what they watch. Or, if you're lazy, you could buy a box that automatically filters them out.
Even with hundreds of channels on cable or satellite, a lot of people say they would be happy with just a few local channels. A new service aims to make this normally free over the air (OTA) TV a lot easier to get, but is it legal?
NBC just rolled out NBC Live, a new online service meant to be used while you're watching NBC, well, live (full disclosure: NBC is Syfy's parent company, and therefore Dvice's parent company).
Forget those cute videos of people's cats, if YouTube has their way, they plan to become your new source for original TV entertainment.
The world's oldest TV is about to be auctioned off in Britain, and it's expected to fetch over 5,000GBP. Do these people realize that it's not even HD?
Oh, but not just any stick, it'd have been this extendable one. This patent from 1976 depicts a completely different era of "remote control." I'm glad TV tech improved so quickly or else, we'd still be stuck in the stone age today.
Sony has demonstrated a technology called dual-view, that lets two people see different images depending on where they are seated in the room.
Until they were discontinued in 2009, Pioneer's Elite Kuro plasma TVs were the reference standard for picture quality. Now Sharp has struck a deal to bring back the Pioneer Elite TVs, but after reading the fine print, I suggest you wait before getting too excited.