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LG 55LM6700 Review: Feature-Filled HDTV Is Frustrating

The LG 55LM6700 offers a huge screen, great streaming options, and a revolutionary remote control. However, picture quality is disappointing, and the remote has major shortcomings.

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Analysts Make Holiday Tech Predictions

Analysts Make Holiday Tech Predictions

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Samsung UN46ES6500 Review: Terrific HDTV Features, So-So Image Quality

The easy-to-use Samsung UN46ES6500 offers an excellent selection of streaming content for a reasonable price, but we found the TV's image quality disappointing.

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Vizio M3D470KD Review: A Superb Sub-$1000 HDTV Set

The 47-inch M3D470KD offers impressive images, streaming options, and a remote with a keyboard, all for a low $900 street price. Vizio cut corners in the speakers and multimedia offerings, which may not matter much.

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Tech Turns London Olympics Audience into a Gigantic TV Screen

Each audience member waved a ten-inch paddle outfitted with nine full-color LCD squares to work together to broadcast images.

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Streaming Services Increase Pressure on TV

More choices in original programming are surfacing on Hulu and PlayStation 3. Who needs TV?

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How to Mirror Your iPad Display to Your HDTV

Want to show off your iPad's apps, games, movies, or photos on your HDTV? All you need is an adapter (or an Apple TV). Here's how to do it.

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UK Pay-Per-View Service Challenges Netflix

Now TV serves up fresh movies and sports as pay and play offerings worldwide in a challenge to Netflix and Viacom.

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TechHive: The HDTV You'll Get For Your Money

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A new 1080p HDTV will cost you anywhere from $500 to $11,000. In some cases, spending extra cash will go towards obvious differences. In other cases, you'll be paying for features you may not need.

Toshiba Fined $87 Million for LCD Price Fixing; Won't Pay a Penny

A jury in San Francisco Tuesday decided to fine Toshiba $87 million for colluding with other vendors to keep LCD prices artificially high.