Walmart TVs on sale include everything from Full HD and 4K resolution LED, OLED, and QLED type displays
Smart TVs and streaming-video devices track you almost as much as websites, three different studies find.
Amazon's smart TV offerings have been around for two years, but a glaring problem remains — lousy hardware.
These newly announced sets offer everything from great prices to mind-blowing new features, and will be hitting store shelves soon.
Samsung's 2019 smart TVs will get Apple iTunes and Airplay 2 built in, which makes owning Apple’s $149 set-top box unnecessary.
LG Display is pushing the TV envelope at CES 2019 with an 88-inch 8K OLED TV that uses the panel as an acoustic surface and a flower sculpture made entirely of OLED sets.
An inventive cybercriminal could potentially compromise your entire Sony Bravia TV — unless you apply a patch ASAP.
Vizio announced that it had reached a $17 million settlement in its TV-spying case that affected 16 million users.
TCL is rebranding its successful P6-Series this spring, which has been a favorite among price-conscious buyers with high-end features and 4K resolution.
Samsung, Roku smart TVs vulnerable to flaws that allow control by third parties, according to Consumer Reports.
Neither side could find much nice to say about Internet of Things devices in a debate at the ShmooCon security conference in Washington.
Soon, you’ll be able to Netflix and Chill with Google Assistant as expanded smarts come to LG’s entire lineup of 4K TVs.
A message is appearing on the YouTube app on Fire TVs, stating that the service will be discontinued next year.
Your neighbor could hijack your Samsung Smart TV, but the researchers who found the security flaw say Samsung doesn't want to fix it.
The operating system on Samsung smart TVs, smart watches and some smartphones is riddled with security holes, a researcher says.
Mirai is a newly public hacking tool that allows miscreants to take control of unsecured IoT devices and use them to take down websites.
The FLocker screen-locking ransomware has added Android-based smart TVs to its list of potential targets.
Android TVs could let cybercriminals record private conversations for nefarious purposes, thanks to a relatively simple exploit.
Sony's Ultra streaming program will deliver new and classic Sony films, but be prepared to pony up a whopping $30 per title.
Cybercriminals find ways to exploit smart devices. Here are the dangers that lurk in the Internet of Things, and how to keep yourself safe.
The Neeo universal remote can control all your smart home gadgets, and will change its interface based on who's using it.
A new proof-of-concept experiment proves that smart TVs are just as susceptible to hijacking as computers and mobile devices.
Kaspersky Lab tested four smart-home devices, including Chromecast, for security flaws, and the results were not encouraging.
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