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LG partners with DTS to bring immersive HD audio to consumers

DTS has teamed up with LG Electronics to enable enhanced audio experiences with LG’s full line of home entertainment products. DTS,  an audio solutions and enhancements company, announced today that it will be a part of an alliance with LG to incorporate its audio technology into LG’s complete lineup of home entertainment products, including 4K Ultra-HD TVs, sound bars, more »

TechnologyTell Review: Arcsoft Simplicam Camera

You never know when something small can change your life in a big way. A couple of months ago, our household gained a brand new family member all because of a home surveillance camera. Sometimes it’s the simpler things that make a difference. Since then (maybe even before then), I’ve been sold on the benefits more »

Swann Security expands into the connected home space

Swann Security is a household name known for cameras and security, and have been for quite some time. After some recent tiptoeing into home connectivity geared toward the common consumer, Swann Security has decided to jump right in. The company has just announced its latest flagship product, the SwannOne. It kind of has a ring more »

Need to extend a wall switch? e5 Relay does it wirelessly

With all the latest TV and home theater electronics releasing lately, you might have been thinking about a possible upgrade. One of the great benefits that comes with upgrading is the opportunity to adjust or completely change the layout of a room. A bigger television may require more open wall space. A receiver and full more »

Sonos Studio NYC merges art, tech and music

Sonos, a company that has long pursued the perfect merger of music with technology, furthered that cause—with a strong artistic flair—as it previewed its Sonos Studio NYC experience on Sept. 30. The attraction will be open through Oct. 5th. Held at the Neue House—an experimental office space at 110 E. 25th St.—Sonos Studio NYC is more »

Firmware update brings Dolby Atmos to three Onkyo A/V receivers

For the last few months, we’ve seen numerous Dolby Atmos-capable home theater audio products announced. Now we’re starting to see the actual Dolby Atmos functionality roll out.

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Review: Brother MFC-2740DW Laser Printer

I’ve had the privilege of receiving a new Brother MFC-2740DW Laser Printer, part of Brother’s new line of monochrome laser printers released last month. The MFC-2740DW is a printer, copier, scanner and fax machine (35-page capacity document feeder) all rolled up in a small package. The color scanner connects to destinations such as FTP and more »

JVC latest manufacturer to offer 4K Ultra HD TV

Another big brand has joined the 4K Ultra HD TV fray, as JVC will introduce the 65-inch, $1,999 JVC Diamond Series DM65USR by the end of this month.

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What is Ultra HD TV? (video)

There’s been a lot of noise about 4K Ultra HD TV this year, but not many people know exactly what it is. So we decided to make a video that can serve as a primer on the technology.

A headband that could change the way you watch TV in bed

You know when one person wants to watch TV in bed, and the other wants to, you know, sleep? The obvious solution is for the TV watcher to don headphones in order to not disturb his or her sleep partner. But lying in bed with headphones on isn’t very comfortable. Hammacher Schlemmer proposes a solution: The Comfortable TV Listening Headband.

Vizio unveils five P-Series 4K Ultra HD TVs, all under $2,500

The price floor is continuing to crumble in the 4K Ultra HD TV market — and the 4K content hasn’t even arrived yet. There will be five new 4K Ultra HD TV models on the market very soon, as Vizio today launched its P-Series of Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TVs — and they’re all priced under $2,500. Even the 70-inch model.

Notion is the Victorinox of home automation sensors

Victorinox may be more commonly known for their line of Swiss Army knives. Whichever way you recognize them, you’re likely to relate the ideas of quality and multi-function. Why have a knife, file, driver, tweezers, and bottle opener separately when a single gadget can do it all? Why, indeed. There is a growing number of more »