Sky has a very interesting new TV product lined up for 2012, which will allow those who don't currently subscribe to its satellite TV service to watch some of its more popular shows over the web on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Apple has filed a new patent application, an Apparatus and Method to Facilitate Universal Remote Control. In the application, Apple claims that current remotes are cluttered, so they propose using a touchscreen and loads of insanely great magic to fix this dreadful situation.
Telly producer FreemantleMedia has done a deal to bring the dustier parts of its back catalogue to the UK version of Netflix, which will see retro shows like Men Behaving Badly and The Naked Civil Servant appear on the new streaming service.
Julian Assange has announced that he's going to have his own TV show, where he'll interview "key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries", and it's going to be hitting the screens in spring. Is there anything this man won't do?
CES was more than just a Grand Canyon filled with eye candy—the sci-fi-beautiful TVs we saw are real, and you're gonna want them. But OLED? 8k? Crystal Display? What's all this mean? We'll explain the pretty new things.
Windows! Yes, not the phone, or the operating system, but the thing you fling open when it's too hot, wave to your friends from, and perhaps throw trash out of. Samsung's turning your household glass into a touchscreen wonder.
Not all adverts are created equally – some are genuinely awesome and some just drive you insane. An infuriating example of the latter is the WeBuyAnyCar.com advert, which apparently is the nations most annoying ad from last year, and I can well believe it.
LoveFilm’s still on a mission to tie-up any and all content studios in its war with the new streaming aggressor Netflix. This time it’s managed to snag a bit of US TV with an ABC Studios deal, that’ll put Castle, Grey’s Anatomy,Desperate Housewives and others up for on-demand streaming.
Skype's an amazing way of keeping in touch with friends and family, but if there's more than one of you at either end of the conversation, using a laptop or tablet kinda sucks. Here's how to make it a more communal experience using your bog-standard TV.
The televisions that are going to be invading our living rooms in 2012, the ones that Samsung and LG and the rest have been trotting out this week at CES? They're the most exciting gadgets of the year, and not because of any apps or gimmicks or third dimensions being shoved down our throats. In fact, they're wonderful in spite of all that.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors have been a hallmark of mobile devices for the past few years. Not content with keeping the party in your pockets, the Snapdragon is coming to your TV, to the tune of 1.5GHz quad-core processor mightiness.