LED LCD and OLED are the two major TV technologies that will fight for your TV buying dollar over the next few years. Here's how they compare.
We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
The upcoming Ultra HD Blu-ray has a new method to allow sharing of the movies you buy across your phones and tablets, even allowing you to burn a backup. Will it work? Is it better than Ultraviolet? Here's what we know.
The Chinese company's newest television has the specifications to compete against the best OLED and LED LCD TVs, for a lot less money.
There's been some confusion as to what High Dynamic Range is when it comes to TVs. The same term is used in photography for an eye-catching hyper-realistic effect. That's not what the TV feature does. Here's the difference.
Let's see how Apple's smartwatch fares against the competition.
After years of the 3D aspect of TVs getting mediocre reviews, and most people using the feature once, if ever, 3D seems to be going away. Do you care? We're curious. Take our poll.
The smartphone with a low-power screen on the back is back, but it ain't cheap.
We compared the screens of the latest iPhones with Samsung's flagship Galaxy and crowned a winner.
The Sharpness control on your TV doesn't actually add Sharpness. In fact, it actually reduces it. Learn about this misleading control, and turn it down, to get your TV looking its best.
"ClearMotion," "TruMotion," "Motion Rate 240" and "Effective" refresh rates are not true refresh rates. Here's why.