The TPmini can best be described as Android-powered (4.1, Jelly Bean) set-top box designed to rest on top of a flat TV screen with a camera pointed in the user's direction.
The majority of set-top boxes running XBMC are Android-powered devices. However, The Little Black Box is an Linux-powered set-top device that arrives with XBMC pre-installed.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a TV set-top box designed to stream to video and presumably run Android apps from the company's curated storefront.
Bluetimes recently debuted two Android set-top boxes based on AML8726-MX chipset for less than $70, including shipping.
Now that flat, rectangular screens have become the norm for televisions, it’s hard to believe we were ever satisfied with the huge cube TVs of yesteryear. You might think it doesn’t get any better, but you’d be wrong.
The Qube can best be described as a $129 set-top box powered by Google's rapidly evolving television platform that runs a specially designed UI designed by the industry heavyweight itself.
Apple has successfully redefined and revolutionized a number of stagnating product categories over the years with its iPhone, iPad, iPod and iMac lineup. But what does Cupertino have planned for the next few years?
Apple is reportedly prepping a 4K ultra HD (UHD) television which could debut by the end of 2013.
Samsung has officially confirmed pricing for its luxury 85-inch ultra high-definition (UHD) TV. The price tag? $40,000.
TiVo has rolled out an impressively small Mini set-top box.
Gothica features Frankenstein and Dracula melodrama.
Roku has unveiled its latest media streaming box.
Sony’s Personal Content Station (PCS) can best be described as a 1TB HDD with ports and wireless capabilities designed to backup and store content from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
An Intel official has confirmed Santa Clara is building a set-top box that will offer a paid video service delivered over the Internet.
Sonos has designed a number of impressive multiroom digital music systems over the past few years.
Earlier this week, we reported that Microsoft's upcoming Xbox 720 (Next) console may block used games and and require a persistent Internet connection.
Senior Nintendo executives remain (understandably) skeptical over the future of the cloud for console gaming.
Cupertino has downplayed reports that its upcoming Apple-branded set-top box will feature a revamped design paired with new hardware and UI.
The Chinese government is reportedly considering lifting its 13-year ban on video games consoles.
XDA Dev member puts together some fool-proof instructions for quad-booting a Nook.