TV enthusiasts love OLED TVs for their remarkable picture quality.
LG is hoping to impress TV shoppers with yet another new piece of technology, but at least this one doesn't have a confusing acronym.
Remember when smart TV capability was a step-up feature you had to pay extra for?
Televisions with LED/LCD-lit screens have had some obvious drawbacks—limited viewing angles, blacks that often look gray, and brightness issues that sometimes make dark scenes look...
Some of the hottest tech coming to CES this year includes home robots, Super UHD TVs, and the latest in PCs.
Amazon and Roku have been battling it out with their streaming boxes for some time now, but Amazon just moved in on Roku's turf with its new Fire TV Edition line of affordable smar...
One of the great things about the annual Consumer Electronics Show is that it helps set expectations for the technology you'll see in the coming year.
Televisions are part of the continuous testing program here at Consumer Reports.
Everyone could use a little help scoring the best TVs for the money.
A 50-inch TV can cost $1,100 when it first hits the market, drop to $880 a few months later, and cost as little as $650 when stores are trying to clear out stock to make room for n...