We've orgasmatron'd ourselves into a stupor over Chromecast, but we still have four TiVo boxes lying around the house, one is out of use, and one is even a TiVo Premier HD, or some such crap.
If Google starts to get really evil its redemption will come from having given us Chromecast. This $11 piece of hardware should, unless the world is insane, kill the attached computing display for ever. Because, we should never have to lug around a laptop, or set up a room with a projector or a TV for meetings, or even have to go through the nightmare that is Hulu Plus on Tivo Premier.
Each year, one of the biggest and most packed categories of products at CES in Las Vegas is the television space.
Hisense is at CES 2013 in Las Vegas this week showcasing a lineup of slick televisions, including a massive 110-inch UHD unit and next-gen smart TVs.
LG will begin shipping its 55-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) OLED television in February for a cool $10,300.
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.
Smart TVs haven't really taken off like manufacturers had originally hoped or anticipated.
Tencent and TCL Multimedia recently debuted the Ice Screen, a slick 26-inch Android-powered smart TV.
LG has been in the Smart TV business for a while now and the company is set to launch its latest generation of Google TV sets later this month.
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.
Smart TV is set to couple the Internet and Television entertainment into a seamless package. It is quite unlike WebTV, which turns your television into something of a underpowered personal computer.
There is only one female Intel Fellow and, as far as I know, only one Intel Fellow who isn’t an engineer. That one person is Genevieve Bell and she is Intel’s Secret Weapon.