Eye+ TV plays special scenic videos that use sensors to change your perspective as if you were looking out of a window from different angles.
Breaking from conventional design, Philips' new HDTV looks like it comes from the future.
An Ultra High Definition or 4K display is a sight to behold, but don't let it pull the digital wool over your eyes.
QR codes are occasionally useful at conveying information to end users, but typically operate in a static environment. Fujitsu thinks it can solve this issue, finding a way to convey similar bits and bobs of information from a television straight to your smartphone.
When Steve Jobs told his biographer Walter Isaacson that he had "cracked" how to build a TV with "the simplest user interface," he didn't actually mean Apple was building an HDTV. A new reports suggests that hardships in securing content from cable companies is killing any chances of an Apple HDTV (for now).
IKEA-ites jumped in joy when it was revealed that the Swedish furniture retailer was going to sell the Uppleva, an all-in-one HDTV that blends gadgetry with stylish furniture. Turns out, IKEA's TV set isn't going to be that great, at least according to the first review of it to hit the net.
Clamoring for news on Apple's rumored Siri-powered HDTV? A new report suggests that Apple will show off yet another redesigned UI for its Apple TV set-top box at next month's WWDC that'll also drive the real HDTV that the company is building.
Ikea shocked the world when it announced it was going to sell its own Uppleva TV, an all-in-one TV/furniture hybrid that's aimed at neat freaks who hate unsightly cables. Here's a checklist of features you'll get if you're dropping the cash on a set.
Nobody knows for sure anymore if Apple's rumored Siri-powered HDTV/iTV will see the light of day by the end of the year. That hasn't stopped so-called "source leaks" from making the rounds. A new report claims the Apple HDTV will sport three key features: FaceTime, Siri and AirPlay.
Known for its furniture and maybe its prefab homes, IKEA is entering the TV market with an all-in-one HDTV/furniture that's sole purpose is to declutter your entertainment center.