Three new high-end Sony TVs feature backlight technology designed to enhance HDR content.
The successor to CNET's favorite TV last year, the new M series comes with high dynamic range and a 6-inch Android tablet remote.
The latest wave of TVs with Roku's streaming platform built-in add 4K resolution to the best smart TV system in the business. So how's the picture?
Starting at $7K for the 65-inch size and going up to an undisclosed sum for 100 inches, Sony's latest sets challenge OLED with unprecedented brightness and all kinds of cutting edge HDR goodness.
From the Cheapskate: It's new, not refurbished, and "smart" to boot -- though you may want to keep your Roku box handy. Plus: three bonus deals!
TCL's UP130 and US5800 series take the joy of Roku TV and infuse it with the millions of extra pixels of 4K resolution. What's not to love?
The first thing you think of when someone says "back to school" probably isn't "time to buy a new streaming stick!" But we went ahead and made a list anyway, just in case.
Here's how you can watch the game online -- even if you don't have cable.
The world's second-biggest TV maker by market share has a strong second quarter, with $504 million in profit.
Samsung is developing TVs based on quantum dot LEDs, pinpricks of light that promise even better picture quality than OLED TVs.
Samsung's KS8000 has a lot of things going for it, but its image quality is eclipsed by some less expensive sets that perform better.
Hitachi's smart TVs soon will come with Roku's streaming-media boxes basically bundled inside.
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