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What Gear a Gadget Geek Owns

Stewart Wolpin | Posted 06.09.2014 | Technology
Stewart Wolpin

As someone considered a tech authority, I am often asked by family and friends what kind of gear to buy. Short of listing my email address or phone ...

The Benefits of an All-IP World

Mike Montgomery | Posted 04.22.2014 | Technology
Mike Montgomery

Improved voice communication is among the many benefits of upgrading our nation's networks to run solely on Internet Protocol.

What TV Not to Buy to Watch the Super Bowl

Stewart Wolpin | Posted 03.24.2014 | Technology
Stewart Wolpin

Don't be tempted by UHD - yet. You'll be grinning like the Joker after you pick-up a sub-$1,000 50-plus-inch HDTV before the Seahawks-Broncos meet in the Meadowlands on Feb. 2.

Jerry Del Colliano: The Secret Hollywood Society of The Bel Air Circuit and How It's the Future of Your Home Theater

Red Room | Posted 03.08.2014 | Technology
Red Room

By Jerry Del Colliano With over seven billion people living on Planet Earth, only a few hundred have the privilege to own a Bel Air Circuit home thea...

How the Chromecast Shows Google's Changing Priorities

Joseph Farrell | Posted 11.30.2013 | Technology
Joseph Farrell

Chromecast is another step towards breaking the iron grip current providers, like cable, have on content distribution and the living room.

Letter to CBS and TWC Part II: HDTV Antenna Comes Home

Lynn Isenberg | Posted 10.13.2013 | Media
Lynn Isenberg

The HDTV antenna in the living room picked up 83 channels! I sat back to explore what new worlds lay behind the same screen with a different carrier: the local airwaves.

Futurist Speaker: How to Design Products and Services for Smartphones, Tablets

Scott Steinberg | Posted 05.12.2013 | Technology
Scott Steinberg

Design devices in such a way as to not only showcase key additions, and quickly convey their upsides. Also build them so as to minimize the amount of hassle required to quickly dive in and enjoy these options.

The Ultimate Television

Seth Shostak | Posted 04.03.2013 | Technology
Seth Shostak

Television technology is not in Kansas anymore. Image displays are about to go where no displays have gone before. Nonetheless, I figure they'll hit the equivalent of a brick wall within a decade or two. There will be an end point to how good TV pictures can get.

What To Expect At Next Week's Massive Tech Expo

AP | PETER SVENSSON | Posted 03.06.2013 | Technology

Think your high-definition TV is hot stuff — as sharp as it gets? At the biggest trade show in the Americas, which kicks off next week in Las Vegas,...

Picture Your TV, Times 4

AP | PETER SVENSSON | Posted 10.29.2012 | Technology

NEW YORK (AP) — High-definition TVs roughly quadrupled the resolution of the sets that came before them. Now, the industry is poised to do it again....

(Video) Web Studio DBG Launches "Hipper HGTV" on YouTube

Andy Plesser | Posted 05.31.2013 | HuffPost Home
Andy Plesser

DBG, the New York/LA-based Web video production and syndication company, has launched a highly produced home design show called "Spaces" on YouTub...

A Look At New HDTV Products And Connected Devices From CES 2012

Engadget | Posted 01.17.2012 | Technology

The Consumer Electronics Show is always a big deal for HDTVs and the devices that plug into them, and the 2012 edition was no different. With the majo...

International CES 2012: Bigger, Thinner and Connected

Shelly Palmer | Posted 03.14.2012 | Technology
Shelly Palmer

The theme of this year's Consumer Electronics Show was "connected living." Everything from wrist watches to toaster ovens featured ways to connect to the Internet. Why? Because they could.

CES 2011: Boxee Gets Built Into a Cool New TV (VIDEO)

Jim Louderback | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Jim Louderback

Even though the Boxee box delivers a great experience, consumers want to cut down on their set top boxes, not add new ones in. By building it into the TV, it helps manufacturers differentiate their flatscreens from the competition.

Advertisers Need to Focus on Content and Be Platform Agnostic

Jack Myers | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Jack Myers

Content producers, distributors, agencies and marketers must quickly shake off the cobwebs of outmoded and obsolescent perceptions and strategies, and move quickly to adapt to a new reality.

HDTV Viewers Watch More Television: Study

New York Times | BRIAN STELTER | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

With the adoption comes good news for networks and Hollywood studios: HD lures viewers to TV for longer periods of time. According to The Nielsen Comp...

Reviving Independent Programming: Connecting HDTV to the Web

Maxine Goldenson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Maxine Goldenson

A number of companies have been working to provide consumers with the means to connect HDTVs to the Internet. I believe when this technology ultimately enters the mainstream it could very well lead to cultural, economic and political changes that affect how our content is produced, and specifically who will be producing it.

Netflix Will Not Be Streaming 1080p This Year

Ramon Nuez | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Ramon Nuez

For 2010, Netflix explained they would be pushing out 1080p for its Watch Instantly streaming service -- very exciting news. Unfortunately, the news was short lived.

The Writers Workbench: CES 2010 -- Ohm on the Range

Robert J. Elisberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Robert J. Elisberg

This year, the economy took its toll, and CES was notably smaller. But make no mistake, it was still crowded and my rundown is long. So, find yourself a comfortable chair and a bowl of popcorn.

Please, No 3-D HDTV!

Rose Procopio | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Rose Procopio

We are not even a week in to the new year and we are facing a real media crisis. I wish I was blogging again about another crasher at a White House S...

Dear FCC, Please Don't Let Hollywood Break My TV

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Gary Shapiro

The MPAA is back -- this time, before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) -- asking permission to disable lawfully purchased HDTV-capable TVs.

Innovation in America: An Autobahn, or a Suburban Street With Speed Bumps?

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Gary Shapiro

My fear is that my son's future won't include the rapid pace of innovation that we have enjoyed in recent years. What if decades roll by and innovation stands still?

Technology Rx for Health Care Reform

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Gary Shapiro

The consumer electronics industry is defined by rapid innovation and falling prices. Advocates on every side should consider these market-based lessons, as they are relevant to the current health care debate.

HD TV Use Tops 50% Of US Homes

New York Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

THE US has passed another TV landmark -- more than half of all American homes now own a high-definition TV. ...

No Sweat...On the Beach or in the Studio

Rose Procopio | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Rose Procopio

HDTV is not a friend of sweat -- every little bead of perspiration is magnified a million times and can make a television guest look like an exhausted runner at the finish line of a marathon