The Yale lock company has developed a household lock equipped with NFC technology. Just place your phone by the lock and wait for it to respond by locking or unlocking the door. It's that easy, says Yale.
LG's PX950 plasma 3DTV is the first one to be THX certified, which means it passed THX lab tests (WTF are those, you ask?) for left and right eye images on color accuracy, cross-talk and viewing angles.
You've never watched TV until you've watched it from a chair sporting a tailpipe and flame paint.
I'm not sure you could ever call a 32-inch monitor portable, but if you could, the JVC LT-32WX50 fits the bill. Aside from the LCD's 1/4-inch (6.4mm) depth, the display weighs but 12.5 pounds.
We know, we know. You don't think the bank will support your $175,000 "projector mortgage" request. But JVC's highest end 4K projector isn't going to buy itself.
The BDP-N460 is the Sony Blu-ray player we've been asking for—almost. It's $250, and streams video through Bravia Internet Video—including Netflix this fall—but instead of including Wi-Fi, it's got "specially designed" software for Linksys's $100 Wi-Fi dongle. Right.
Yeah, they've got 240Hz "Flow Motion", but the draw of the 46- and 52-inch ZX5s is their super-slim 15.8mm and 16.6mm frames. That's partly due to their edge-mounted LED-backlighting, but also because they receive 1080p video via a wireless receiver.
Seeing Apple pull out of Macworld and hearing talk of poor turnout at CES make us speculate on the future of trade shows—like automakers and newspapers, are they another institution on the endangered-species list?
Just yesterday we got our first taste of Panasonic's new TH-65VX100U plasma technology, which features specs that meet or exceed Pioneer's Kuro. Our initial impressions were extremely positive, but Gary at HD Guru managed to get his hands on an early production sample for a closer look, and he too was impressed. In…
Tonight in Denver, Panasonic revealed its newest plasma technology, the 65" custom-install-only VX100 monitor, whose specs meet or beat Pioneer's hallowed Kuro. That means 60,000:1 contrast ratio with 7,160 shades of gradation for visible detail in the darker shadows. At 65 inches, you will pay $10,000 a panel, but…