The ad-skipping DVR's latest software update also improves search to include all possible sources and puts the Dish On Demand options on shelves you can scroll through.
Japan's biggest annual consumer electronics show is always home to some fascinating conceptual gadgets. We take a look at a few new ways of interacting with devices from this year's CEATEC.
The Consumer Electronics Show gives us a glimpse of the TV trends we'll see in the year to follow. Much like last year, the talk of the 2013 show in TVs will revolve around OLED and 4K.
Make the acquaintance of the Toshiba Regza WL and YL series TVs -- high-end tellies that pack a new processor, 2D to 3D conversion and some other nifty features. Delighted, we're sure.
Toshiba claims it has the thinnest 10-inch class tablet and it will make an appearance at CES.
The Regza 55X3 QFHD TV, the world's first 4K screen for the consumer market, is brilliant with or without 3D, though the depth effect seems subtle at first blush.
Toshiba's 10.1-inch AT700 Regza tablet is 0.3 inches thick and weighs 1.23 pounds. For now, it's only destined for Japan.
The Cell Regza 55X1 is an LED-backlit panel with local dimming that delivers class-leading 5 million:1 dynamic contrast and an ultra-high (serious overkill of) 1,250cd/m2 brightness.
If you want a sensibly priced, 42-inch LCD that does what it's told and shows your favourite TV shows and HD movies without a big song-and-dance, this is the very telly for you
The TVs, first unveiled in October, will be available in Japan starting tomorrow. No word on when they might come to the U.S.