Welcome to mid-week. We've got sub-$1,000 4K TVs in decent sizes, the US government voted on whether ISPs can sell your browser history, and IKEA is getting into the smart lighting game. You might have heard -- the device has been leaked enough -- that Samsung's Galaxy S8 will get its official unveiling later today. Show More Summary
Polaroid might be a name that many of us are familiar with, especially with the older generation when it comes to instant photos, but times have certainly changed. Polaroid has managed to navigate through the tricky waters of evolution,...Show More Summary
“It’s hard to be lonely.” Truer words have never been spoken by Norman Bates. But as he explains to Marion Crane, the dangerous part of that loneliness is the little private trap you can build for yourself in an effort to avoid the isolation. Show More Summary
Smart TV’s are great. You can do all sorts of things such as send Emails, browse the web, watch YouTube and see what’s going on in social media. Most Smart TV’s also support popular services such as Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, and Hulu. Show More Summary
Think of all the electronics in your life: your phone, tv, computer, game systems, USB drives, printers, Blu ray players, even smart devices like switches and home assistants. Now try to picture what happens to all of those things when they die. Show More Summary
Tomorrow, Aldi's regular weekly Special Buys haul of random shopping goodies includes a bunch of tech -- including a $79 media player that'll give your budget 4K TV some much-needed smarts. Here's what it is, and how it works, and why you might want it. More »
It’s 2017, and "smart TVs" are still as dumb as they have been for as long as the term "smart TV" has been around. Sure, they can run a handful of apps and maybe even let you browse the web, but the interfaces are always awful and you never have support for all of the services you want. Show More Summary
Plus new deals on TVs, gaming laptops, smart home devices, and more.
(PG-13: Language) “The king stay the king.” In movies and TV shows, a game of chess isn’t just shown to imply that a character is smart. Now You See It points out the many implications and purposes of showing the strategic board game to viewers.
“With the advent of smart mobile, tablet and On Demand technology we believe TV exposure is ‘a must’ for all forward thinking estate agents and property developers."
Dutch and European policymakers should do more to protect media users’ privacy instead of leaving the matter entirely to data protection law and data protection authorities, recommend privacy experts.
“Make America Smart Again” has been Neil deGrasse Tyson’s rallying cry since Donald Trump won the presidential election last year. Now the astrophysicist, author, host of the “StarTalk” podcast and TV show and director of the HaydenShow More Summary
"My Streaming Stick is smarter than your TV." - Bumper Sticker
Dell has a great bundle deal right now, with a 50 inch 4K UHD Vizio Smart TV, a 500 GB Xbox One S, and $300 Dell Promo eGift card for $899.99, with free shipping. This bundle has a market value of about $1200. The VIZIO SmartCast M-Series Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display. Part of […]
Data breaches can happen anywhere -- from a New York airport to even your living room smart TV.
Double Cashback at TopCashBack is offering double cashback today only at a number of merchants such as Dell, Groupon and more. With some Ninja Tricks you could a free 50? 4K Ultra HD Smart TV. Let’s take a look. The Offer Receive Double Cashback for 24 hours at eligible merchants listed below: Lord & Taylor, […]
It's Friday, so we decided to go BIG with today's list of Amazon's top daily deals. How big? How about a massive 75-inch UHD TV from LG? Of course, that's just the start — we've also got great discounts on a top-selling Vizio sound bar,...Show More Summary
In a rare interview, the 'Game of Thrones' creator reminisces about the cult fantasy series that launched his career: "Vincent was a classic, Romantic, Byronic hero. Being able to bring that to television and a mass audience was great." read more
“The End Of The Beginning” finds Kirkman still stuck in a hospital bed. That’s not a huge surprise, and, at least on a plausibility level, it’s a smart move; tempting as it would be to have him go full action badass, his heroism is defined in part by how he deals with his limitations. Show More Summary
A new image leak shows that Verizon Wireless may give new customers, or ones adding a new line, a free 43-inch smart TV with the purchase of the LG G6.