Cable companies are starting to offer HBO as part of budget-priced packages. What are the most cost-effective ways to get HBO in your home?
You may not know the term HEVC, but if you are interested in streaming video and in 4K televisions, you will soon see its results.
And the award goes to the techies who made DVD, HDTV and Blu-ray possible. Their next trick: bringing 4K video to your home over the Internet.
With the rise of 4K television, Google is preparing to stream content in Ultra High Definition on YouTube with its VP9 codec technology.
Forget Hershey's kisses. Soon, you may be eating Hershey's robots, action figures or even a chocolate version of yourself.
After years of hunting for glitches to exploit, players have discovered how to hack code into a ‘Super Mario World’ cartridge.
Toshiba's latest camera may make fuzzy selfies and blurry group photos taken with cellphones a thing of the past.
The Bolt II is a gaming PC that will run both Windows and the SteamOS optimized for living room play.
Belkin has new products for the connected home, including an LED lighting system, a Crock-Pot and a DIY Internet-connection system.
Can games be made without human creativity? 'To That Sect,' developed by an AI called Angelina, reveals what may be possible.
SteelSeries' Stratus controller uses iOS 7's native programming interfaces to control iPads and iPhones.
Google will show off YouTube streaming at 4K resolution using its new VP9 codec for lower bandwidth video.
The BI v2.0 3D Printer, recently launched on Kickstarter, offers the promise of building bigger objects, with finer detail, than competitors.
The name leftover from the famous photography company is launching two budget-friendly LED TVs, including a $999 4K television.
The new television remote control from Samsung has an ergonomic design, a touchpad, and voice and gesture controls.
Even with record ticket sales, movie piracy continues unabated. From "The Hobbit" to "World War Z," here are the most pirated movies.
Would TV be a welcome distraction for you while you work out? Netflix's new poll shows that more than half of Americans think so.