Because frustration. Just let us talk to our TVs, k?
The company suggests it’s giving up on smartphones and smart TVs.
The company is sorry if it freaked you out.
Rising to the top of the living room.
Meet the new television-plus-Roku mash-up.
Android is everywhere, including the living room, thanks to Google’s latest smart TV debut.
How a small change in language represents a universal shift in the television experience.
Seems like the success of Google’s little streaming device is inspiring a new wave of wee TV gadgets.
Roku’s new Streaming Stick and Logitech’s new Harmony universal remote—with full QWERTY keyboard—give us déjà vu.
So what’s with all the platforms?
Do you need a 4K TV? Probably not. But in their quest to flog new sets, manufacturers are coming up with some cool ideas.
Mozilla wants in on the race to control the living room.
For those who love great image quality and lots of extra features in their digital home theatre experience, the time has come to go big and stay home. (Sponsored by LG)
Yet another young company gets bought by a tech giant, likely for a doomed cause. Let the countdown to its death commence.
Dell is a company in search of a new mission, and it’s not working out so well.
Turns out that people mostly just want to use their television sets to, y’know, watch TV. So much for the smart TV. Instead, tablets are turning into tomorrow’s set-top box.