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Frank Underwood is back in the Netflix original series House of Cards, which has been confirmed for its third season and will be released in late February of 2015.
Sony may be committed to being a games-first platform, but the company is set to roll out its new Playstation Vue TV streaming service in select test markets during the month of November.
For the spec lovers, this is a TV box to check out. 32 GB storage, 4 GB RAM, 802.11ac WiFI and a mammoth eight cores are packed into this Android TV box. Oh, and it scores 55,000 on Antutu!
Ridley Scott's Halo Nightfall production is nearing release alongside the Halo: Master Chief Collection game. Check out the full official trailer for this intriguing mini-series.
With today's release of the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner, European gamers now have access to one of the console's coolest features: the ability to stream TV to another device while still playing a game.
The BBC has announced that viewers and listeners can now catch up on programmes they missed for up to 30 days after broadcast - up from just seven days - although some exceptions will apply.
A proof of concept project from Microsoft Research shows how the Kinect can be used along with projectors to make any room an interactive display experience.
Microsoft recently announced it was adding the ability to stream live TV from an Xbox One to devices with the SmartGlass app, but licensing issues may delay its arrival for U.S. users.
Microsoft will launch a digital TV tuner for Xbox One in the U.K., France, Germany, Italy and Spain this October, bringing TV capabilities and OneGuide to the console's users in those markets.
You can now pre-order Samsung's gigantic 105-inch curved TV with Ultra HD / 4K resolution - available for $129,000. (You read that right: one hundred and twenty-nine THOUSAND dollars.)
Microsoft is to close Xbox Entertainment Studios, the division responsible for its original TV shows, with the loss of around 200 employees - although its Halo live-action shows will not be affected.
Google has announced a new feature for Chromecast, which will allow users to fully mirror their phone or tablet display to their TV, although support will initially be limited to Android devices.
A Supreme Court ruling last week has declared Aereo's business model to be illegal, and today the company has announced they are "pausing operations temporarily," but most feel this is the death knell
The Apple TV digital media-streaming set-top box has received a significant price cut in Britain and Europe to £79 or €99. The changes come after the company launched a entry-level iMac this morning.
Halo Nightfall, Ridley Scott's upcoming live-action series, will tell the story of Agent Locke, the 'mystery Spartan' seen in artwork for Halo 5: Guardians, who will have "a key role" in the new game.
Microsoft's Surface tablet will be seen on the new series of Big Brother in the UK, which began this week, with housemates using the device for their weekly shopping and nominations for eviction.
A Brazilian company called Apek has just announced the Maxpad, a large screen Windows 8.1 PC that is also being marketing as a television with 39, 50, and 64.5 inch models available.
Microsoft already has the Xbox One at the high end, but it's surprising the company hasn't yet launched a low-end device for television to tie all its services into one coherent package.
The season four premiere of HBO's "Game of Thrones" will be free to stream on Xbox Video from today until Monday. Some cable and satellite providers will offer the episode on-demand for free as well.
Its now HP's turn at revealing what they have to offer when regarding the Chromebox OS, recently announced by Google. Asus and Samsung have shown their Chromebox products, now its HP's turn.
Apple is reportedly working on a new set-top box, possibly as part of its Apple TV line, that will support games. The product would reportedly launch in March or earlier.
A BBC insider claims that issues with Kinect have been plaguing the development of an iPlayer app for the Xbox One, and accuses Microsoft of offering little assistance to help resolve the problems.
Google has launched its newest app for iOS devices, allowing owners to view movies and television videos purchased via the Google Play service on the iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft has released two new commercials for Xbox One, one of which uses critical praise to market the console while the other focuses on the exclusive game "Ryse: Son of Rome."
A new report says that Microsoft's entertainment division is developing a new comedy series for its Xbox business about four ex-pro skaters living in Los Angeles.
Users can't download videos purchased or rented through Microsoft's Xbox Video service on Xbox One, and it also differs from the Xbox 360 version in terms of licensed content.
European users of the Xbox One report that watching TV from within the console causes the signal to pause or judder thanks to the 50Hz setup on European TVs versus the 60Hz output on the console.
Microsoft won't offer the OneGuide TV integration feature of the Xbox One to UK users until sometime in 2014 and it's unclear if any other market other than the U.S. will have OneGuide available.
Netflix has opened a small experiment for crowd-sourcing subtitles, in order to assess the possibility of making this their new standard. The experiment will be focusing on a small number of users.
Life's good might be the tagline to LG'motto, but many users who have paid good money for the company's latest TV sets will disagree. With UK trading standards on the case, 24p issues have been noted.