If you own an LG Smart TV and have a Dish Hopper subscription, you soon won't need a separate set-top box to get Dish's full service on that TV.
The DVR set-top box revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in January is now available to Dish customers, ahead of the anticipated arrival of Wireless Joey.
At CES in Las Vegas, Dish refreshes the Hopper with the ability to record eight shows simultaneously, new Joey set-top boxes that help extend TV functionality anywhere, voice-enabled recommendation, and a Google Glass app.
Owners of the Dish Hopper DVR will soon be able to stream live and recorded TV to some LG Smart TVs, thanks to the new "Virtual Joey" app.
Dan reports back from the E3 video game show, we check out the new MacBook laptops, and Joey jumps on the Palm Pre bandwagon.
On this week's Digital City, Dan reports back from the E3 video game show, we check out the new MacBook laptops, and Joey jumps on the Palm Pre bandwagon.
The following monitors aren't necessarily the best designed, overall, as that designation takes into account things like input placement, user interface, and how easy the on-screen display is to use. But they look darn good.
A new video from Sci-Fly's Joey Shanks shows magnetic putty swallowing up a bunch of different objects.
Dish shows off a new 'troop' of Joey set-top boxes and a PS3/PS4 app that allows those game consoles to deliver Dish Hopper service to secondary rooms. Also: Dish Anywhere app is coming to Android devices.
CNET Associate Editor Joey Kaminski and his son, Jordan, show off some of their favorite titles for the iPad.