The first round of voting in our joyous Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century tournament is over and some mighty tech just couldn't quite cut the mustard.
HD DVD might be a long-dead format, like Latin, but it lives on in our hearts, and on a Wikipedia page. We decided to re-animate its rotting corpse, and pit it against Blu-ray one more time.
Have the Xbox, want the HD-DVD player? This one plugs right in, and we just found you a discount.
The Toshiba HD-A20 is a perfectly competent HD DVD player, but it's not worth the extra money when compared to the budget Toshiba HD-A2.
As the HD DVD vs Blu-ray fist-fight continues, HD DVD suffers a small blow as Blu-ray manages to outsell it in the first two weeks of January
HD DVD might win the format war against Blu-ray. No, this is not a repeat from 2006.
The Xbox 360 HD DVD player is an inexpensive way for 360 owners to get high-def movies, but nonowners and audiophiles should stick with standalone HD players.
In a new book, a top Microsoft lawyer says that Microsoft reiterated its pledge to support the high-definition disc format as part of an effort to win a patent deal with Toshiba.
No, really! It comes with full seasons of "Battlestar Galactica" and "Heroes," and it upscales regular DVDs.
The Toshiba HD-XA1 is the more expensive model of the company's initial pair of HD-DVD players.