Don't-Miss Home Theater Stories
Our first look at the products Sony announced at CES reveals additional details and impresses us anew.
Time to upgrade your Roku? This guide will help you decide.
Don't be fooled by Comcast's new Roku app; the cable box isn't going anywhere.
You can buy an AirTV now, but the product won't integrate antenna and Sling TV channels until "early 2017."
It may not persuade home theater geeks, but Sony’s “actuator” tech, which turns the entire OLED panel into a speaker, is impressive.
Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch talks pricing, DVR, and certified hardware.
TiVo's new interface tries to predict what you'll watch, but it's not just for DVR boxes anymore.
The networked tuner builder discussed DVR delays, new hardware, and a semi-secret exchange program at CES 2017.
This year's smart TVs are thin enough to leave you with paper cuts.
What's next for AirTV: DVR and more streaming integrations, but probably no networked tuner.
Onkyo's ultra-low profile soundbar and wireless subwoofer will support Dolby Atmos, DTS Play-Fi, Apple AirPlay, and all the streaming services you know and love.
With Philips incorporating Dolby Vision support into its 2017 TVs and 4K UHD Blu-ray players, the HDR tech scores another big win.
The LG UP970 is the second Ultra HD Blu-ray player to support Dolby Vision, following Oppo's UDP-203. However, it won't ship with the feature enabled.
Microsoft's old IllumiRoom concept has been reimagined by Razer—its Project Ariana is a 4K projector that extends your display onto your walls.
Dolby Vision will be enhancing the HDR of Sony's new XBR-X930E and XBR-X940E TVs, and the new XBR-A1E series are OLED.