Telly built a dual-screen TV that's entirely supported by ads
AI software "does not create anything," and plagiarism is a feature of the AI process
Pricing starts under $200
HD and 4K offerings
Budget and high-end models should range from $119 to $999
All we need now is wireless power
MLA tech finally makes its debut
A dream job for the former Witcher and Superman star
Free over-the-air TV is still a thing
Editor's take: I've long been a proponent of cutting the cord - that is, ditching cable or satellite television service in favor of alternatives like over-the-top solutions and streaming services delivered over the Internet. The dream of true a la carte programming never materialized, but it is still possible to save money compared to traditional providers and free over-the-air (OTA) broadcasts continue to very much be a part of that formula. With the proliferation of streaming services, you may be surprised to learn that OTA technology has continued to evolve.
Why it matters: Samsung took a giant leap into the gaming market, announcing several gaming-related developments, including firmware updates that add Game Pass and GeForce Now apps to TVs you may already own. As long as you have a game-streaming subscription to any of Samsung's partners, you will be good to go without needing a gaming console or PC.
Season one consists of nine episodes
And check out all the GIFs
Make it as curvy as you want
The Umbrella Academy creator has a busy Netflix contract with at least one other show in production
Streaming services and apps are killing off traditional broadcast TV among the young
Will the speaker-free audio live up to LG's claims?
Got almost half a million dollars spare?