Posts Tagged ‘hdtv’

Holy shit, Sony means business for the 3-D. The New York Times has confirmed that Discovery, Imax and Sony are partnering up together in a joint-venture to create a 24-hour 3-D television channel. The 3-D programming will be distributed by Discovery Communications starting in 2011. Expect to be able to watch entertainment and sports in […]


Apple? Check. Dell? Check. Sony? Check. LG? Check. Samsung? Check. It’s not hard to notice that thin electronics get a lot of attention. It doesn’t even matter what the gadget is anymore so long as it is thin, silver and shiny. Samsung does it again by out-thinning the competition with their latest HDTV series. The 9000 […]


By now everyone knows that I do not own an HDTV. In fact I watch very little TV, the occasional comedy/sitcom here and there usually tides me through. That’s not to say I don’t often wish I had a 40″ Plasma or LED, or LCD HDTV. I think given the large investment I would find […]


3-D, schmee-dee. I’m not a fan. Sony apparently is hellbent on pushing the technology like no other. Recently they announced that they are aiming to release games for their PlayStation 3 with full 3-D support. The only reason is to give PS3 owners an edge over Xbox 360 owner with a feature that will not […]


Who could possibly forget? Black Friday is coming up (it’s this Friday, Nov 27 for those too busy) and there is no better day in the year to drop your money all at once and splurge on that HDTV, Xbox 360/PS3/Wii, surround sound system, USB flash drive, digital camera, DVDs, Blu-Rays or whatever. Geeks on […]


Let’s get this out of the way fast. The new Union Square Best Buy that opened today is packed to brims with electronics. I stopped on today’s opening day and scoped things out. Does it live up to Circuit City’s legacy? Absolutely. Best Buy makes the old electronic rival look real small. This place is […]


Last year, YouTube kicked things up a notch by allowing HD video to be uploaded. The catch? 720p was the highest resolution it was going up to. Videos that weren’t in HD to begin with were upscaled to 720p. Remember when the YouTube video box was a square? Then it became a rectangle? That was […]