In an effort to keep prices down and sales up, TV companies are pushing TVs with "fake" refresh rates. Know your terms and tech to make sure you're really getting what you think you're paying for.
CNET breaks out the most important things to know when shopping for a new television.
Samsung touts its UND6400 series as "entry-level" 3D-compatible televisions.
The LG LW5600 series is the company's least-expensive to feature passive 3D compatibility.
The Roku TVs introduced at CES in January are now available for preorder. In addition to offering our favorite streaming platform built right into the TVs, the initial wave of models is priced even lower than mainstays like Vizio.
HD has been around for 15-odd years, and during that time TV makers have introduced numerous technologies and extras to entice you to buy a new one. Here are our least favorite.
TCL has announced five new 4K televisions, three under $1,000, and all of which feature HDMI connectivity and a thin design.
Up till now, Sharp had one 4K TV and a bunch of psuedo-4K models known as Quattron Plus. Now the company has announced a pair of new TVs with full-fledged 4K resolution.
A reader asks why his TV won't display 240 Hz. Geoff Morrison helps him out.
Commentary: As much as the movie studios would like the opposite to be true, 3D movies are handicapping the theatergoing experience and there's almost never a time you should pay extra for it.