Roku's set-top boxes have become progressively smaller with each new iteration, while offering users more than just movie and streaming content with access to games like the ever-popular Angry Birds.
The hotly anticipated Transformer Prime is living up to its hype, but there are also a few things that have some consumers complaining.
To side with Sony in this increasingly aggressive tablet market just got a little less expensive.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to switch to a new display technology for the launch of its infinitely-hyped iPad 3.
Calling it the world's largest 3D TV, LG plans to showcase an 84-inch "Ultra Definition" set at next month's Consumer Electronics Show.
Apple will debut two new iPads next month, according to the latest report.
As many as a quarter of today's teens could start losing their hearing in their thirties, say Tel Aviv University researchers studying the effects of MP3 players.
3D TV may be quite popular in Western Europe and China, but interest in the evolving format seems to be waning in North America.
Although it hasn't really made a dent in the competitive tablet market yet, Acer does not plan on giving up.
Apple is reportedly discussing its vision for the future of television with a number of media executives at several large companies.
Not that it should surprise anyone, but Kindle devices are selling incredibly well.
In an effort to get more people aware of its tablet brand, Samsung has forged a new partnership with American Airlines.
Although you'll hardly ever hear anyone talk about it, Apple's only product designed to connect directly to your TV is the leader in that niche market.
The Nook Color is becoming much less of an e-reader and much more like a fully functional Android tablet, thanks to a major software update that was just released.
Despite creeping rumors that Asus's ambitious new tablet was being put on hold, the company has confirmed it is 100% on schedule.
It was a virtual Black Friday over the weekend when HP made its final batch of $99 Touchpads available at the apex of the holiday shopping season.
HP is giving you one final chance to get your hands on a cheap tablet.
Let's file this one under too little, too late.
The curtain has officially been lifted on the successor to Motorola's Android-powered Xoom tablet - the Droid Xyboard.
For Dell, the fun of Streaking is over. It looks like the company was just not able to sell consumers on the "Streak" tablet brand.