If you’re looking for sweet new speakers to scatter around your patio, rumpus room, or Netflix binge dungeon, Philips’ has new Fidelio E6 wireless cinema speakers and a 90W subwoofer that can do just that.
It’s very easy indeed to end up with a sofa arm littered with button-clad boxes. But while after-market multi-device controllers exist, Samsung plans to solve the problem straight out of the box with its new smart TV remotes.
What if you combined your three favorite things into one big toy? What's that? You would combine beer, video games, and high definition TV? No need to imagine, folks. Such a machine exists, and it only costs $5,000.
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There's nothing that can better reduce you to a senseless ball of anxiety and clumsy flailing than trying to figure out someone else's home entertainment system. System! If you can even call it that.
Getting all those video files you've accrued on the big screen is perhaps the most pressing challenge of our time. The newly-updated Video Stream app will let you stream files and control playback with another iOS device, no AppleTV required.
A new update just brought Vudu's collection of HD streaming movies—some 4000 of them in all—to Boxee Boxes. More movies! Never a bad thing. These ones arrive in 1080p with Dolby Digital surround sound, and they'll cost Boxee owners $6 a pop for two night rentals (or $2 for regular old SD movies). The Boxee team says…
It seems like 3D is everywhere. Movies, living rooms. Even real life is 3D! But how does it all work?
The first over-the-air update for Google TV is currently rolling out, bringing a handful of improvements to the fledgling platform. Two of the more exciting ones: support for the freshly-released Android remote app and customizable Dual View.
Apple's AirPlay, a new feature arriving with today's release of iOS 4.2, marks a huge move into a (mercifully) wireless future, beaming music, videos, and photos to speakers and screens all over your house. Here's why it's so damn cool.
When you're super rich, you don't have to rip your own CDs—you can have a $5000, 2TB audiophile command center like the Olive O6HD do it for you. They'll sound better that way, too.
Using the iPhone and Android phones as touch remotes is effectively old school at this point. Next up, telling your TV what to watch—which is what's next for AT&T and likely, U-Verse customers.
AT&T's U-Verse app for Windows Phone 7 is fairly snazzy. It's got a full programming guide with DVR remote controls, and you can also download shows to watch later (no streaming yet, boo).
Some 3D HDTVs actually kinda suck. The 3D effect can break down during fast movement and the active shutter glasses sometimes create a constant flickering effect. If you want decent 3D, check out these great sets recommended by Televisioninfo.com.
There's lot going on in home automation giant Crestron's new Core 3 OS, but up there is the fact that it runs on basically anything—from the iPhone and iPad to the Samsung Galaxy tablets sprinkled around their booth.