Netgear announces the second generation of its WiDi-based wireless display device, the Push2TV HD, with support for 1080p resolution and improved performance.
We'd love to be able to send our computer desktops to a TV over Wi-Fi, but it's just not possible -- or that's what we thought until Netgear answered our AV dreams
Intel and Netgear have teamed up to make the fiddly business of getting video from your laptop to your TV much more of a doddle
The adapter for Intel's just-announced Wireless Display technology is called Push2TV and is being manufactured by Netgear.
D-Link announces its own version of a WiDi-based wireless display product, called the MainStage.
Get to know the wireless tech that lets you duplicate your Android device's screen on your TV so you can watch HD movies, play music, or supersize your favorite apps.
Zyxel announces its first wireless display kit, the Aerobeam WHD6215 that's based on the WirelessHD standard.
D-Link has announced that it now ships the Intel WiDi-based MainStage wireless display adapter that was first introduced during CES 2011.
Sibeam announces a growing list of vendors that support its WirelessHD technology.
Deciphering the specs in a retail store sales flier takes some careful reading and the right background info.