The Chitram Star IPTV Set-Top Box is a compact universal receiver that allows users from all over the world to watch about 100 Indian...
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Japanese electronics giant announces plans to "reform" its PC and TV businesses, which will include the sale of its Vaio portfolio to Japan Industrial Partners and headcount slashed by 5,000.
Panel makers responsible for producing panels 9-inch and larger have trimmed 7 percent off the estimated shipment total for the year at a time of year when demand is expected to be strongest.
Toshiba intends to cut away unprofitable sectors over the past few years due to weakening consumer demand.
UPDATED. HP's mobile operating system webOS, which met an untimely demise thanks to the poor management show at the PC maker, will live on—in smart TVs and not in smartphones.
Forget post-PC. Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth envisions a future where the smartphone is the brain of your tablet as well as your laptop and even your TV set, all connected to the cloud.
AirMyPC allows you to wirelessly AirPlay mirror your Windows PC screen and sound to your TV through 2nd/3rd Apple TV. It even lets...
Could revamping the television industry help Intel in the face of a struggling PC market?
Four are best; forget the rest. The PC, smartphone, tablet and TV categories are growing as all other types of electronics are shrinking, Accenture says. But it's anyone's game.
The metal detectors App metallic and magnetic, or electromagnetic waves can be measured using the smartphone's built-in magnetic field...
Motorola has confirmed that Webtop, technology that allowed some of its Android smartphones to be docked to a PC, notebook or TV hub, is dead. Cause of death listed is weak adoption, but cost cuts are also likely to be a reason.
There are plenty of ways to stream content you watch on your PC so you can enjoy it on your TV screen. Intel is pushing its WiDi system, but while many new notebooks support it, very few include the adapter you need to plug into the TV.
Chinese PC company starts taking pre-orders for Android-powered smart TVs in its domestic market, with cheapest model selling at US$1,027.
Intel's Wireless Display (WiDi) isn't the only solution for streaming video from PC to TV. The Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) standard is increasingly popular for transmitters you can plug into a PC, game console, tablet or phone to send video to up to four TV screens and projectors at once (and more in the future).
The biggest surprise at the CES last week was the entry into the PC business by budget TV-maker Vizio.
While not as sexy as some of its other product introductions, Lenovo's new desktop offerings include a pair of new all-in-ones and a full-fledged gaming PC from the Chinese manufacturer.Both the IdeaCentre B540 and B340 all-in-ones come with an option for OneKey TV technology, which allows you to switch with just one button click between PC mode and using the display as a full-fledged TV.
Chinese PC maker launches first smart TV equipped with Android 4.0 and voice control features ahead of Apple, which is reportedly also working on similar project.
Maybe we should have guessed after it released a tablet last year, but it's still surprising to learn that Vizio is joining the PC business. According to the Wall Street Journal, the TV maker is ready to offer consumers all-in-one desktops and laptops that will be on display at CES next week and ready to buy in May (or June, if you believe Bloomberg's report instead).
The major battles in the post-PC era will be fought in the living room, and the den, and the dorm room, and just about any place where people watch movies and TV programs and listen to music. Apple, Microsoft, and Google are all positioning their forces now. What will it take to succeed, and who will lead?
Asus WAVI Xtion brings Kinect-like gesture controls to PC and console games for the TV. Does it stand a chance against the likes of the Nintendo Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360?
Microsoft is launching a new phase of its "I'm a PC" campaign on prime-time TV in the U.S. tonight. Here's the spot.
CompuExpert is beefing up the traditional network streaming device with the new McTiVia, which is being boasted as the "first networkable device" that brings all content from a PC to a TV wirelessly.
When Microsoft brass say "three screens and the cloud," do they mean PC-TV-phone? Or Xbox-TV-phone? Or is it really four screens and the cloud we're talking about (PC, Xbox, TV, phone) -- with Windows (or Xbox) as the "alpha" screen?
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