TV-B-Gone is now open source, which may spark the creativity of aspiring engineers.
Microsoft shows off new features that indicate soon, your Xbox won't be just a game console, but a TV-connected Windows PC, too.
Commentary: Microsoft and Barnes & Noble have both brought key software to alternative devices that have a solid footing. But just one has a clear-cut edge.
Sony will be selling its Vaio laptop business to an investment fund, cutting 5000 jobs and splitting its TV business into a subsidiary. In addition, it will cease its e-reader business in the US.
The Xbox One is the loneliest number if you're trying to shoehorn its do-it-all TV proposition into a family room -- unless you're willing to be part of the experiment.
Nintendo plans to give the Wii U a much-needed shot in the arm with a handful of newly announced software.
MLB offers two live games per day to fans in most countries around the world. But fans everywhere finally get access to thousands of hours of archive footage dating back 60 years.
Dick Smith will be holding a sale on Saturday, 20 October, both in-store and online, with up to 30 per cent off TVs and computers, plus more bargains.
Will Sony's handheld PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 work together to do things you've only dreamed of? Well, hopefully.
Having taken them off TV -- claiming this had always been planned -- Apple now removes its oddly derided boy genius ads from the Web.