Philips have announced that 80 percent of their TVs in 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop and will be available at a range of price points.
It is official, Android TV is picking up steam but Google TV is now retired. What should you do with your Google TV device? Read on to find out.
The industry’s first Blink-based TV rendering engine will ship on Smart TVs based on Android L. The Opera Devices SDK will launch on TVs by Sony and TCL.
Xiaomi has announced a $1 billion investment into online video content for its smart TV product range to help it compete in the busy Chinese TV market.
Remember that rumored Nexus TV we heard about last year? It might have already been launched, under a different name and for different purposes.
As Smart TVs and digital set top boxes evolve, we wonder what the future of Smart TV looks like and if our phones and tablets should play a center roll in this future.
WebOS lives! Don’t get too excited though, there’s no new Pre or TouchPad to drool over, it’s just a TV. Read on for more!
How would you like to have Tizen running on a smart TV or other home appliances? The Samsung OS that is currently in development is reportedly on its way.
Google is allegedly asking Smart TV manufacturers for preferential treatment for its YouTube app, in a move that some call “coercive sales tactics.”