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Enter the relax-matrix: PSiO AVS MP3 Color System, hands-on

Giving a wearable pair of "mind-stimulating" glasses a try at CE Week: Google Glass these most definitely are not.

By Jun. 26, 2013


Format war fanboys shut down AVS Forum

After posters have resorted to physical threats from Blu-ray and HD DVD zealots, the popular AVS Forum community site has had to completely shut down the Blu-ray and HD DVD section of its site for the week.

By Nov. 7, 2007


Top 40 must-have Blu-ray discs

Check out CNET's roundup of must-have Blu-ray discs. We'll be updating our picks as new discs come out.

By Dec. 22, 2013


RIP Panasonic plasma TVs: Reactions from industry experts

Panasonic recently announced it would no longer manufacture plasma televisions. For many experts in the industry who care deeply about TV picture quality, that came as major news. Here are a few of their reactions, in their own words.

By Nov. 6, 2013


A plasma lover's guide to LED LCD

With the slow demise of the beloved (and despised) technology, what's a plasma fan to do when faced with a future of LED LCDs?

By Feb. 14, 2014


Are Panasonic plasma TVs losing their dark black levels?

Users of Panasonic plasmas are reporting lighter black levels after extended periods of use.

By Jan. 26, 2010


The 404 741: Where there seems to be a bear on my head (podcast)

Stoopid Andy isn't nearly as dumb as his name implies--tune in to hear how the guy successfully hacked a DLP TV into displaying 3D!

By Jan. 21, 2011


Criterion Collection's reference Blu-ray player is a PS3

Criterion Collection's new theater features a PlayStation 3 as its reference Blu-ray player, opting for Sony's game console over more expensive standalone options.

By Aug. 13, 2008


Which DVDs will you rebuy on Blu-ray?

Prompted by a lively discussion at AVS Forum, CNET considers different strategies for replacing DVD collections with Blu-ray Discs.

By Sep. 23, 2008


Panasonic admits plasma TV black level change but says picture quality still 'excellent'

In response to a report that appeared on CNET telling of user complaints regarding a loss in black level performance over time in its plasma TVs, Panasonic issued a statement describing the change as "automatic" and part of normal operation.

By Feb. 4, 2010