Who would pay $40,000 for an HD television? That's what some Amazon users are wondering about Samsung's 85-inch, "4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV," which the website is offering at the discounted price of $39,997.99.
In case you do not have access to your smartphone, computer, tablet, smart TV, Xbox 360, PS3, Boxee Box, PS Vita or any of the other countless connected devices, you can now watch YouTube on a Nintendo 3DS. Nearly 2 years after its launch, the 3DS now has a YouTube app. Show More Summary
Here's a 55" LED 120Hz TV with Netflix on it for under $500. This is the TV bargain you're looking for this year, and no lines. [Amazon] Read more...
A smart TV box for a tenner is a nice thing, but one that streams Homeland on demand is arguably even nicer. As of today, owners of a Sky Now TV media player should see 4oD among their list of free channels, alongside the existing options like BBC iPlayer and Demand 5. Show More Summary
The Android’s updated Smart IR Remote is making traditional living room remotes more obsolete, giving TV watchers the ability to toss away the frustration of using multiple TV remotes by giving them control with one phone app. The universal...Show More Summary
If one were to list possible uses for a smartwatch, controlling a television set just might make the list. The Samsung Galaxy Gear can already do a lot of things, such as taking photos and displaying full notifications and now it can...Show More Summary
[DoctorBeet] noticed the advertisements on the landing screen of his new LG smart television and started wondering about tracking. His curiosity got the better of him when he came across a promotional video aimed at advertisers that boasts about the information gathered from people who use these TVs. Show More Summary
Many of us only wish we could upgrade our less-than-smart TVs. Carnivore at DroidBuild, however, has taken matters into his own hands -- he recently finished installing a Raspberry Pi-based media center into his own 40-inch Hisense screen. Show More Summary
This year people will spend more time on digital media than watching TV. TIME TO FREAK OUT!!!! You could loose your shit, or you could do the smart thing and cash in on the fear by becoming a social media expert. Don't know the difference...Show More Summary
A second British blogger has shown that LG Smart TVs upload the names of personal files on owners' home networks to LG servers.
Remember how a few days ago, we found out that LG’s Smart TVs were a little too smart, and were not only monitoring what customers watched in order to pitch better ads — whether or not you turned that setting off — but they also gathered filenames from connected USB drives? It’s backpedal time, ladies and gents: LG has … [More]
Love controlling your TV with that IR sensor on your Galaxy Note 3/Galaxy S4, but are tired of keeping the devices in your hand all the time? Well, if you have a Galaxy Gear, you can transfer those TV control duties from your phone to the smartwatch on your wrist. Show More Summary
Laszlo will be on Bloomberg Television's Street Smart today at 3pm EST to discuss his current views on the market.
Smart TVs manufactured by LG Electronics are sending information about users' viewing habits and files back to the company's servers. The company confirmed the behavior and said it plans to release firmware updates to correct it. A U.K.-based...Show More Summary
'Don't worry, we'll switch that off for you real soon' South Korean electronics giant LG has confirmed that some of its smart TVs have been logging their owners' viewing habits without their permission and has promised a patch.…
Before companies expend a ton of effort into managing their social media activities, they should spend some time getting acquainted with how the internet actually works. The net provides a framework for information to spread around the world nearly instantaneously. Show More Summary
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — LG Electronics Inc. said it is investigating a claim that some of its smart LG Looking Into Claim Smart TVs Grab User Data - -
LG Electronics confirms blogger DoctorBeet's findings that his LG Smart TV was spying on him, and announces it will reverse its policies.
After an LG Smart TV owner discovered that his unit was sending personal data including channel history and even name files from external storage devices to an LG web address while ignoring privacy settings, the South Korean TV maker admitted the problem exists and promised to issue a firmware update to fix it. Show More Summary