Smart TVs are nothing special these days, as we have seen major manufacturers take up the mantle in recent times, so much so that it can be rather difficult to pick a model to suit your needs due to the kinds of choices that you are flooded with. Show More Summary
Our favorite Black Friday TV deal was available briefly on Sunday, but now it’s back on stock at Amazon. $1648 (for Prime members) gets you a 70” VIZIO M-series 4K set complete with local dimming, smart apps, and a well-reviewed upscaling engine for 1080p content. Read more...
The past few decades have been life-changing and glorious for television fans. TV is no longer something that supposedly rots your brains and stunts you socially. (We have smart phones for that now!) Instead, it's a bastion of cultural connectivity and engagement. Show More Summary
Target has released a 40-page brochure filled with the […]
We were among the first sites last week to share key details surrounding Newegg’s big Black Friday 2015 sale, which is jam-packed with deals on just about anything you can imagine that has to do with electronics. From smart TVs and PCs...Show More Summary
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) is gett […]
Dojo-Labs today introduced Dojo, the first technology to monitor the behavior of each device on the network to protect and ensure the privacy of your home. “Dojo knows when the TV is still recording your voice even if it’s off and when that data is being uploaded to the cloud,” said Yossi Atias, co-founder and […]
Smart TVs running Android or proprietary operating systems may be great for entertainment, but they’re still very far in terms …
With the countdown to Black Friday now in full swing, y […]
The shoppers' favorite season is here. Black Friday in the U.S. means most retail stores are dropping down the prices of their items. According to USA Today, great deals for TVs are happening in both online and physical stores. Some are even offered only via mobile app. Show More Summary
Would you be worried if you knew that hackers could compromise your TV, your thermostat, or your lights? Open your garage door? Turn off your security system? What about if they were watching you through your smart cameras? That idea should make everyone very uncomfortable. Show More Summary
Finally, smart home security means more than just repla […]
Two things are true about the Internet of things: it's a fragmented mess and it's a target for hackers. The Foscam baby monitor hack reminded everyone that anything that's on a network needs to be secure and that includes your connected cameras, lights and fire alarms. Show More Summary
Smart technology is taking over everything in our homes. First it was he TVs and phones, and it has since made its way into almost every aspect of our home lives. Smart lights have been out for awhile now, with Philips Hue really shining brighter than the rest, but other companies have entered the fray, as well. Show More Summary
If you’re in the market to upgrade your TV with 4K support or step up to a larger size, the black Friday deals taking place this year are too good to pass up. I’ve gone through all of the ads I have seen so far, and below is a list of all the TVs that […]
Now you can access all the awesome features Google Play Movies & TV has to offer straight from LG's WebOS Smart TVs!
Drift TV, by Saffron — a company specializing in sleep-oriented smart lights — is a $99 device that aims to improve your ability to fall asleep at night. Saffron claims its technology coincides with research done by Harvard University,...Show More Summary
Vizio E48-C2 48-inch 1080p smart TV for $429.99 with a $150 Dell gift card Ready to upgrade to a smart TV? This 48-inch model from Vizio offers a lot of bang for your […]
THIS IS CRIMINAL: Vizio Smart TVs Snitch on Viewing Habits to Advertisers. Don’t buy a Vizio.
Who said that TVs with Google Play Movies & TV had to be running Android? Certainly not LG. It just announced that many of its recent smart TVs (including both webOS- and NetCast-based models) will offer Google Play streaming this month. Show More Summary