The Logitech Revue with Google TV is loaded with potentially game-changing functionality, but its high price, numerous caveats, and current assortment of bugs make it best-suited to early adopters--at least until promised firmware fixes become available.
We've limited the list to standalone streaming boxes, but be aware that lots of other home theater devices are competent streamers these days, from Blu-ray players to game consoles.
Intel's little dongle that can isn't for everyone. Actually, it isn't for most. But this little gadget is a cool way to stay connected.
In addition to commanding your home theater, Logitech's updated Harmony Ultimate Home and Home Control remotes can now interface with lots of connected-home devices thanks to a slick software overhaul.
More than just a Netflix and Pandora streamer, the Revue lets you browse the Web, run apps, access your personal media, and more.
The software is available as an over-the-air update, and includes access to applications, a redesigned interface, and much more.
The case against the company that streams over-the-air programming could affect whether you watch your favorite sports for free and what you can store in the cloud.
After plummeting to $99 a couple months ago, Logitech's full-of-potential set-top box is now even less. And an Android Honeycomb update appears to be imminent!
The semiconductor giant has expanded beyond its core business many times only to pull back before those areas got popular. CNET looks at a few.
Having failed to set the world's living rooms alight, Google's goggle box is being rebranded to Android TV.
The Audiophiliac thinks Dylan's alternate takes from his much maligned 1970 'Self Portrait' album are way better than the original album's cuts.