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Coming soon: TV color that looks more lifelike than ever

We're on the cusp of a revolution in TV color. Whether via DCI P3 or Rec. 2020, richer, more lifelike colors are coming soon to content and TV screens near you. Here's what you need to know.

By March 20, 2015


Ultra HD '4K' Blu-ray: Here's what we know

Ultra HD '4K' Blu-ray discs are due to hit the market at the end of 2015 with enhanced resolution, expanded color and more. Here's the 411 so far.

By February 13, 2015


Activist group to debut barcode-scanning boycott Israel app

The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement is coming out with a smartphone app that can scan products to see if the manufacturer has ties to Israel.

By March 13, 2014


Harman Kardon Onyx and JBL Voyager bring the noise to IFA

The venerable audio companies bring a bunch of cool new audio kit to Berlin.

By September 6, 2013


CEA announces 2013 Innovation Awards winners

The Consumer Electronics Association kicked off the countdown to CES 2013 with the announcement of the Best of Innovations Design and Engineering Award winners in New York City.

By November 12, 2012


LG Ultra HD TV wins pre-CES innovation award

The Consumer Electronics Association has announced the winners of the 2012 Innovation Awards in the run up to CES 2013, including LG's Ultra HD 3D TV.

By November 12, 2012


Morrison's Mailbag: Why does my TV have a noise reduction setting?

CNET reader "Nindevo" wants to know why, when he uses HDMI cables, the TV has a noise reduction control.

By February 9, 2012


With liberty and...beer robots for all?

When you watch movies about the future, the robots are always busy taking over humanity. This one just focuses on what's really important: getting you a beer.

By July 2, 2010


Blu-ray not yet finding a home on PCs

The format is enjoying strong growth in the consumer space, but is still trailing far behind DVD in the PC market, according to a research report from iSuppli.

By August 26, 2009


Mellencamp mourns the death of the record biz

In Huffington Post essay, musician John Mellencamp writes passionately and intelligently about how the music business went so wrong, but his conclusion doesn't hold up.

By March 26, 2009