Can Apple change the way we watch TV?

Apple is reportedly working on new technology to deliver video to televisions.

Listening to music can get pedestrians run over

Crossing the street while listening to music is highly dangerous, say researchers - even more so than talking on the phone.

Will Apple enter the HDTV market?

Although numerous reports suggest Apple is poised to enter the HDTV market, one analyst says such a move isn't necessarily a foregone conclusion.

Report: Apple TV set could launch in 2012

A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino’s recently unveiled iCloud heralds the advent of a high-def Apple television set.

Nintendo acknowledges lackluster 3DS sales

Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata acknowledges that sales of the company's 3DS handheld console have been rather lackluster in recent weeks.

Report: Apple planning 2011 HDTV launch

Apple is reportedly planning to launch an Internet-connected HDTV that could hit the streets by the end of 2011.

eBook sales jump 115%

The American Association of Publishers (AAP) recently confirmed that eBooks sales are significantly increasing as paperback and hardcover shipments decline.

Can Sony's NGP compete against Apple's iPhone?

Sony’s tricked-out NGP undoubtedly represents the future of mobile console gaming. But can it successfully compete against Apple’s iPhone which offers a fully integrated smartphone-entertainment experience?

Is Apple building a 50-inch TV?

A recent $3.9 billion investment in display technology and related components may indicate that Apple is preparing to launch a television up to 50 inches in size.

This stereo has 17,000+ Internet radio stations

If you are having a hard time parting with your old dusty bookshelf stereo, perhaps the WiFi Bookshelf Music System will make it slightly easier. 

Video: PlayStation Phone gets Resident Evil treatment

The supposedly "non-existent" Android-powered PlayStation Phone has been caught on video running PS classics Resident Evil 2 and Rage Racer.

Internet did not kill the radio star

Radio survived talkies and television, and now it's actually doing OK in the Internet age. 

In fact, the medium is taking advantage of the Internet, as evidenced by the new Contour Internet-connected digital radio that Pure brought to the Consumer Electronics Show.

Asus announces 2011 tablet lineup

CES 2011 is definitely the year of the tablet, as more and more companies announce their entry into the lucrative space. 

LG announces SmartTV, Optimus, smart appliances - teases tablet

Today in Las Vegas, LG announced what Glee star and LG spokeperson Jane Lynch described as "OMG LG" series of new products and applications to make your home, TV, and mobile phone smarter.

Asus showcases controller-free experience for the PC

Asus and PrimeSense have teamed up to create a controller-free experience for Windows-based PCs that will be showcased this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.

Next-gen iRobots vacuum and mop

When iRobot announced the first home cleaning robot, it seemed like more of a Jetson style fantasy than a reality. But iRobot has sold over 5 million robotic vacuums and the design has come a long way its debut.

Samsung launches $300 HMX-Q10 handheld camcorder

With the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas fast approaching, manufacturers are dropping products announcements left and right. Just today, Samsung announced its new HMX-Q10, the newest in the company’s line of portable camcorders.

Sony wants rollable large-screen OLED TVs

Sony is currently working to develop a lineup of rollable, large-screen OLED television sets.

AOC debuts Rockchip-powered Android tablet

AOC will be showcasing a Rockchip-powered Android tablet this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.

DisplayLink touts Monitor2Go

DisplayLink and Mobile Monitor Technologies have debuted a 15.4-inch portable display. Aptly dubbed Monitor2Go, the $280 display will be showcased this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.