Alcatraz remakes iconic Bullitt car chase

I've been watching Alcatraz on Fox since it debuted earlier this season.

AMD's Apple fiasco

Apple reportedly took a close look at AMD's "Llano" APU for its new MacBook Air lineup last year, but ended up rejecting the processor due to numerous (allegedly) faulty parts.

Additional details revealed for Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover

We recently reported that a Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover comic book - dubbed Assimilation2 - is in the works over at IDW, which has held the comic book rights to both properties for some time now.

Aereo takes on broadcasters with streamed TV

Start-up Aereo, rather bravely, is hoping to cut the cord with a new internet television service that delivers broadcast TV directly to phones, tablets, and televisions.

Samsung forecasts 25 million smart TV sales

Samsung is expecting a very bullish year for smart TV in 2012, with 25 million unit sales expected.

Can YouTube and TV peacefully co-exist?

Sometimes I wonder how life was possible without YouTube. I’ve spent many, many hours glued to the site since I first became aware of the platform, and it was like a domino effect.

Will Psycho work on TV?

It's actually been done on TV before, but apparently A&E is ready to check back into the Bates Motel again with Bates Motel (clever title, eh?). 

JJ Abrams is back on TV with Alcatraz

When does this guy sleep? Not only is JJ Abrams beginning principal photography on Star Trek 2 on  January 15, his next TV series, Alcatraz, will soon premiere on January 16 on Fox.

Apple wants to redefine the future of television

Apple is reportedly discussing its vision for the future of television with a number of media executives at several large companies.

3D TV doesn't trigger epileptic seizures, says team

While watching television can provoke seizures in children with epilepsy, 3D TV doesn't appear to be any worse than the ordinary sort.

Should kids ditch the TV for a PC?

A recent study has concluded that sitting in front of a TV for an extended period of time may pose health risks for young children.

Sony developing new TV platform

Step aside, Google TV. Sony is working on creating its own proprietary 'smart TV' platform.

Big expansion for YouTube TV channels

YouTube's jumping into original programming with both feet, with the launch of 100 new channels.

3D isn’t an eye-popping success for Nintendo

3D gaming is not proving to be the stand-out success Nintendo was hoping for on its handheld 3DS game console.

Yahoo now shows what your friends have been reading

Yahoo has linked the US version of Yahoo News with Facebook, allowing users to share articles they've read on the news site with Facebook friends.

Glasses-free 3D TV system can handle live broadcasts

A new 3D TV technology does away with the need for special glasses -and remains responsive enough to handle live transmissions.

Apple-branded TV hits the rumor mill

It looks like Apple may be trying to do for TV sets what Google has so far only wished it could do.

Can Apple change the way we watch TV?

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

Chinese TV airs clip of cyberattack in progress

A TV program on a channel run by the Chinese government appears to have accidentally shown a military institute launching a cyber attack.

A lot of TV is as lethal as smoking

An average of six hours a day in front of the box could shorten life expectancy by almost five years - about the same as other well-known risk factors such as smoking.