Google wants to make Android TV even bigger by adding more apps to the platform. It hasn't reached Roku's level yet but with the entrance of the NVIDIA SHIELD and Razer Forge TV, we might see a big change on the horizon soon.
Smart TVs may have not taken the market by storm just yet, but we're envisioning a future where we all do our browsing, viewing, and gaming at home on just one screen, and it's not your trusty old simple LCD TV. Xiaomi has just
Sony's new line of Smart TVs are coming and, as previously leaked, they do come with Android TV in tow. Here at CES 2015, the Japanese manufacturer is revealing its 2015 TV line and it's kicking it off with the gigantic
After almost half a year of waiting, Hisense is finally bringing its Android-toting Smart TV to market. But while the Hisense H6 seemed interesting back when it was announced, it might be facing some tough competition from newer,
Xiaomi is bringing out what will most likely be another hot seller. This time, however, it's not a mobile device but a smart TV, but one that is not really like most 4K TVs you might already know. Continue Reading...
Keeping up with its efforts to have a Samsung-filled living experience even at home, the Korean manufacturer has announced its Smart Home Services. Part of this service is the Smart Home app that will let home owners connect to
Our home entertainment systems and mobile devices are all converging in more ways than one. While gadgets like the Google Chromecast aim to bring the mobile platform to TVs via an addon, Philips is taking Android and putting it
A lot of people might be going crazy over Google Chromecast, but many more would still prefer more conventional appliances for their entertainment needs. For those kind of people, Hisense offers two new alternatives in the form
It seems that Samsung is finally realizing that it needs to build a whole ecosystem around its Galaxy Gear smartwatch instead of limiting compatibility to one or even two devices. Now the device manufacturer is mulling over
Xiaomi has just given the press a double whammy, announcing not only the much-awaited MiPhone 3 but also unveiling it's newest contraption: the "MiTV" 3D Smart TV. Seems like the Chinese company, who recently came into the media