Two new HDTV technologies are inbound this year. Which is more drool-inducing? And which will be worthy of your hard-earned cash?
While Australia's free-to-air networks insist on showing shows from the '60s, '70s and '80s on our high-definition channels, the International Communications Union (ITU) has met to begin nutting ou...
Higher than current high-definition 4K technology is just around the corner, but Japan's national public broadcaster, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (known as NHK), and electronics giant JVC have t...
Some folks satisfied with conventional 1080p video think the push to higher 4K resolution is silly, but Sony execs are not on the list.
The gigantic 200-inch screen delivers a full-HD resolution in 3D with 57 effective viewing angles.
The independent agency will open mid-2009 and promises lower-cost licensing for Blu-ray discs and players.
In 2008, JVC became the first company to offer TVs with built-in iPod docks. For 2009, Panasonic is joining the fray with its own line of iPod-friendly TVs, but JVC is looking to defend its turf wi...
For the second year running CES will devote its North Hall to automotive technology, highlighting the growing interest for electronics in the car.
JVC has doubled up on the docks with its NX-PN7, an iPod speaker system that allows you to charge two players simultaneously and play songs from each.
The two Japanese audio equipment makers will combine to form JVC Kenwood Holdings, which will focus on car electronics, home electronics, and professional wireless systems.