Sony's all-in-one VAIO VA TV-PC series features a fantastic wide-screen display supported by surprisingly rich audio output, but we question some of the design choices.
The relocation brings Samsung Telecommunications America closer to the company's TV, appliance, and other electronics businesses, but it's causing some employee departures.
The cloud-gaming company was saddled with debt and was near closing before it received a new lease on life.
Here's what we saw and learned at E3 2012, from streaming games to new hardware.
The Korean electronics company builds on last year's 3D phone with NFC support and other improvements, but it's still stuck with last year's Android.
Amazon announces three new e-readers and its first ever tablet, the Kindle Fire, at an event in New York City this morning. And the good news for consumers is that they're all priced below $200.
It's official: Apple will reveal the iCloud service at Monday's WWDC. I'm wishing for (but not expecting) an affordable price and iTunes syncing. What about you?
Just as smartphones have cannibalized other portable electronics categories, smart TVs may eventually put pressure on the array of set-top boxes that deliver Internet content.
New data from research firm Nielsen shows that brands need to manage consumer experience across all the screens--TV, PC, and mobile.
According to a Pew survey, the Internet has overtaken newspapers as a main source of national and international news. But newspapers still supply much of the seed news content that's refactored by millions of bloggers.