One of the most heavily packed categories each year at CES is the TV space and this year is no exception.
Of all the gadgets in my home, the device I would be least likely to give up is the DVR.
Over the last several months, we've seen several products attempting to put Android games and related content on the big screen in living rooms.
Rumors about the enigmatic Asus Qube have been swirling around for weeks now, with the device finally making its first appearance at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Vizio is showcasing its latest HDTV lineup at CES in Las Vegas, including the M-Series Razor LED Smart TVs with an ultra-slim bezel and ultra-thin profile.
In a surprise move, Nvidia is diving into the games console market with the launch of Project Shield, an Android-based portable device that can also stream games from a PC.
Archos has rolled out a device designed to transform standard HDTVs into Android-powered smart television sets.
LG will begin shipping its 55-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) OLED television in February for a cool $10,300.
A company known as GameStick has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise cash for a new Android-powered gaming device.
Most media players, whether they are set-top boxes or PCs-on-a-stick, aren't exactly designed to win any awards, at least in terms in terms of aesthetics.
Westinghouse isn't exactly a household name when it comes to the TV market, but the company does have an interesting lineup of consumer electronic products set to ship in Q1 of 2013, such as a 110-inch 4K TV set.
Back in October, video game maker Rockstar confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will be the next entry to the GTA franchise, along with a launch window.
LG has officially debuted its 2013 lineup of home theater equipment which the company will be showcasing at CES 2013 in Las Vegas next month.
LG is gearing up for CES 2013 with a number of new products, including a lineup of smart televisions powered by Google's TV platform.
9.7-inch Archos 97 TIitanium HD tablet matches Apple's Retina resolution.
Mountain View first introduced its Google TV platform in October of 2010.
Nintendo has confirmed that its delayed TVii feature for the recently launched Wii U console will be going live on December 20.
$99 Automatica syncs audio from the cloud to your car.
Most smartphone owners out there will undoubtedly agree that messing about with wires to charge a handset is rather inconvenient.
There are a number of talented hackers and modders working around the clock to root as many Android devices as they can.