Tizen TV

Samsung looking to ship 30 million Tizen based TVs in 2015

Samsung has already shown off its Tizen based televisions in length. And just as it begins to start shipping TVs running the OS, the company has now announced that it plans to sell close to 30 million units of these televisions before the end of the year. That’s pretty ambitious even for a company like Samsung,

Apple to stream live video of WWDC to Apple TV

It is almost time for Apples annual developer conference WWDC and the company has officially brought back its  “Apple Events” tab on the Apple TV, this means that the event will be live streamed to all Apple TV’s. A similar channel appeared on the Apple TV last October before Apple announced the iPad mini event,

LG OLED Screen

LG’s new 55-inch Curved OLED TV shipping soon

  Back in April LG announced that they would be bring out a series of curved OLED HD televisions to the market, they seem to just around the corner from reserving a place in your living room. A translated press release says that the displays that cost $13,500 will start to ship to retailers in

ESPN and Twitter Announce They are Going to Partner Up

 Twiiter and ESPN have plans to announce their upcoming partnership that will allow the social network to tweet out video clips of major sporting events such as the SuperBowl ect. They will be selling ads around those clips, this is a mutually beneficial partnership that will open up a new channel of revenue for Twitter

LG announces flexiscreen technology coming soon

LG has announced that they will release a flexib;e OLED smartphone before 2013 ends. There have been rumours circulating about LG preparing to release its curved OLED televisions later in the year as well as providing flexible screens for other smartphones. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company will actually be producing it’s own

Don’t Have A TV? Google Play Has Got You Covered!

Everyday TV is getting more and more worthless to watch, and even pay for. One big reason for that is with the introduction of streaming movies and TV episodes. If you don’t watch TV aside from episodes of popular titles like The Walking Dead or Game of Thrones, you don’t really need to have cable

Samsung’s advanced TVs go missing on the way to IFA 2012

It may sound amusing to you, but apparently two advanced OLED television sets from Samsung Electronics have gone missing! Yep, the television sets were on their way to the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin when this incident took place. According to the company spokesman, the organic-light-emitting diodes (OLED) TVs went missing between August 21

Turn Any Browser Into A Smart TV With Clik TV For Android

A new TV platform and application has surfaced and it has some huge power behind it. Clik TV is the brain child of the original founders at Kik Messenger. If you’re not familiar with Kik Messenger it’s a cross-platform messenger with tens of millions of users. They made some big noise last year in a

App Spotlight: IMDb Movies & TV

Everyone loves a good movie. After a long day at work, sometimes heading to the cinema to catch the latest flick or staying home to watch a DVD is just what the doctor ordered. However, making a decision as to which movie to watch is difficult especially when away from the computer. Thankfully there are apps out

BamBoom Promises Broadcast TV On Any Connected Device

After the rise and fall, of FloTV we’ve been wondering who’s really going to step up to the plate and get TV truly mobile again.  Although FloTV didn’t encompass broadcast channels, there is a NY start up that is doing just that. A new company called BamBoom is promising to bring broadcast tv to any

Roku Offering Rock Solid Customer Service

The set top media box business is heating up. We’ve got Google TV’s Logitech Review, The Boxee Box and The Roku.  The Roku has been on the market for three years, and James who wrote into the consumerist.com received a hand me down Roku box from his father when he upgraded.

Samsung's App Developer Contest!

Samsung’s Consumer Electronics division has been paying attention. Close attention, in fact, to what has been making some of their other departments work so well. What has made Samsung Mobile get so much attention recently? Android. Specifically, their hardware, and the ability to use apps on it. So they decided to throw some apps on