What’s MHL? It’s a connectivity standard that enables HD and 4K video and gaming content on a mobile device to play on a large screen display. Bonus: MHL charges the mobile device. And it’s all done via micro-USB.
Every year around the holidays, I start to get an anxious feeling. My mind and body instinctively know deep down what’s coming shortly after New Year’s Day: another grueling trek to (and, shudder, within) Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
U.S. manufacturer IZON will debut a line of 3D LED televisions that don’t require glasses at CES. “IZON eliminates the need for glasses, which consumers found annoying and uncomfortable and ultimately spurred the decline of home 3D television,” said the company in a press release. IZON expects to launch 32-inch, 47-inch and 55-inch glasses-free 3D more »
Sam’s Club may have jumped the gun first by unveiling its exclusive Black Friday deals early, but Target is not to be ignored, especially as the retailer is to hold promos on all kinds of electronic devices, from smartphones to tablets to TVs. Target’s 2013 Black Friday ad is 36 pages long — a fairly more »
Audiovox Electronics today launched , which the company claims is the first wireless mobile TV receiver to bring free live TV to iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Essentially, it’s a portable TV antenna that hooks up to your smartphone or tablet. What’s “free live TV”? Terrestrial broadcasts from local TV stations, such as your more »
Since Google announced their newest updated Android software this week, news has started to come in regarding it’s full capabilities. When introduced, many gamers ‘in the know’ were excited to hear that the newest version of Jelly Bean could handle higher stress gaming apps on their mobile devices. As per the usual with Google, the more »
Want to celebrate this year’s Independence Day the American way? Then you definitely need to go to a parade, barbecue, organize a quick family reunion and… get something from Newegg on the cheap. After all, it’s not a real holiday if you don’t buy something and if you do, you might as well save a more »
Just after hosting a rousing press conference at CE Week on Wednesday, Monster CEO Noel Lee invited those in attendance upstairs for an additional set of company announcements. The private event focused mostly on the future of next generation HD television, where Lee revealed an updated line of Monster A/V cables and launched a new more »
The must have buzz word of the tech industry in recent years, 3D TV has failed to retain consumer interest following the first novelty, with John Lewis now suggesting “we are not seeing much consumer interest in 3D.” What’s more, with 4K and Smart TVs now grabbing the headlines, 3D appears to have been overtaken more »
While most consumers want to get their hands on the latest and greatest smart TV on the market, there are some who save a ton of money while getting the full smart TV experience. The little device they use turns a HD TV into a set that goes beyond what the common smart TV is more »
TV viewing has evolved over the years, becoming more social and modern. I remember growing up watching Nick at Nite (don’t judge me) and catching up on old TV shows like The Cosby Show, I Love Lucy and Happy Days. The infographic by TiVo below is reminiscent of both classic and modern shows, and Mom’s more »
Fairly simple. Click this link and fill out the question fields — your name, e-mail address, cellphone number (regardless of your phone model,) zip code (the only stipulation: you must be a U.S. resident) and your preferred wireless carrier; check the box if you want e-mails from Samsung and bam! You will then be in more »