Watch Conan Play Video Games On the Cowboy's Gigantic Stadium Screen

Though it's had the record taken away since it first opened, AT&T Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys play football, once boasted the world's largest HDTV screen. At 70 feet high and 160 feet wide, its scale is utterly mind-blowing. So of course Conan O'Brien used it to play video games. » 4/10/14 8:27am 4/10/14 8:27am

Reuters: Panasonic Is Going to Kill Off Its Plasma TVs by March 2014

According to Reuters, Panasonic is going to stop production of its fantastic plasma TV sets by March 2014. That sucks. But also not surprising since previous reports had hinted at Panasonic planning to cut its TV production and that the TV market has been overtaken by seemingly every other technology not named plasma. » 10/08/13 10:55pm 10/08/13 10:55pm

What It's Like To Watch an Entire Football Field on an Über-Wide Screen

A few weeks ago, news of Panasonic's ambitious ultra-widescreen four-camera system had us trying to desperately imagine what it must be like to watch an entire sporting event on a single 64:9 panorama. But thankfully we don't have to strain our imaginations any further, because Panasonic has posted some sample footage » 9/09/13 11:20am 9/09/13 11:20am

A 64:9 Ultra-Wide Camera That Captures an Entire Sporting Event At Once

When the NHK in Japan first developed the spec for what would eventually be officially known as HDTV, they opted for a 16:9 aspect ratio, instead of the more traditional 4:3, which better filled a human's vision. But Panasonic apparently feels that's still not wide enough, at least when it comes to capturing the action … » 8/27/13 8:28am 8/27/13 8:28am

Our Favorite HD TVs, Bikes, Cameras, and More

Summer's in full swing, and, if we're being really honest with ourselves, everyone's probably praying to the air conditioning gods more than any other tech deity at this point. But man cannot live on air conditioning alone. Plus, June saw some pretty awesome gadgets come our way. Here are the cream of this very, very… » 7/01/13 5:40pm 7/01/13 5:40pm

Wow, a 4K TV For $1080 Is Simply Bonkers

A couple of months ago, Seiki announced a 50-inch 4K TV with a suggested MSRP of $1500—which is still an absurd price point for a 4K TV. The price has continued to drop, and now Amazon's selling it for $1081. » 6/15/13 12:26pm 6/15/13 12:26pm

Wow, You Can Actually Afford This $1300 50-inch 4K LED HDTV

4K TVs are visual deliciousness in a box but are a little (to put it lightly) out of reach for peasants like us as they come with a price tag either equal to the cost of a car or are only considered cheap because they're graciously not priced like a car. Eyegasms ain't cheap friends. But one company whose name I'm not… » 4/12/13 10:28pm 4/12/13 10:28pm

Every Apple Product Supposedly in the Works

Did you hear the latest rumor about Apple's "explorations" into a Dick Tracy-like smartwatch that'll soon be attaching itself to everybody's wrists? It's coming soon. Or never. But it's just another one of an avalanche of products Apple is rumored to have in the works. » 2/11/13 3:02pm 2/11/13 3:02pm

The Three Best Big Game HDTV Deals of the Day

You may have heard about a certain big game coming up. The rituals surrounding this game consist of hundreds of millions of Americans gathering around televisions watching statistically large men hit each other as hard as they can. And if you're going to watch a game of inches on a big screen, you want a nice, large… » 1/22/13 3:00pm 1/22/13 3:00pm

Vizio's New 60-Inch Flagship HDTV Anchors Your Living Room For Just…

Vizio's long been the champion of affordable flat-screen TVs, and its new E-Series Razor LED TV puts a massive 60-inch display in your home theater for a mere $1,000. That's not pocket change by any stretch of the imagination, but for a grand it's a heck of a lot of TV that doesn't skimp on functionality. » 10/02/12 9:28am 10/02/12 9:28am

How You'll Watch the Olympics in 2016

The Olympics are just barely over, and you're still probably nursing your sport-scorched eyeballs. Give your mind a break after all that TV. But in just four short years, we'll be at it again. So how will we watch the Olympiad next time? » 8/13/12 11:00am 8/13/12 11:00am