July 29, 2014

Latest HD News

LG’s 105-inch 4K TV is here, if you can afford it

Sure, Samsung just launched its 105-inch ultrawidescreen, Ultra HD TV, but if spending $120,000 on such a screen is probably out of reach there may be a solution. For the the budget minded-consumer, we'd recommend taking a look at LG's 105-inch 4K … [Read More...]

What’s on your HDTV: ‘Sharknado 2′, ‘Twin Peaks’ Blu-ray, TLoU and NFL

Syfy is going to try to capture social media lightning in a bottle one more time, with the sequel to last summer's bad-but-popular Sharknado. We're not exactly sure what Sharknado 2: The Second One is about but suspect has some combination of sharks … [Read More...]

Slim down at home with P90X for Xbox Fitness

Sure, there are already options for getting fit with the help of your Xbox console, and now one of the most popular in-home exercise options is offering more sweat soaked material. P90X for Xbox Fitness brings a 30-day version of the three-month slim … [Read More...]

Filmmaker Ridley Scott is tackling a Phillip K. Dick project for Amazon

The works of author Phillip K. Dick have proven fertile ground for classic sci-fi movies like Total Recall and A Scanner Darkly, and The Man in the High Castle is up next. Except, well, it's making its debut on the small screen, by way of Amazon … [Read More...]

Microsoft flashes its ‘Halo 2′ remake and Atari documentary at Comic-Con

What do Halo: The Master Chief Collection and the Atari landfill-dig have to do with comic books? Not much, really, but that doesn't mean that Microsoft isn't at this year's San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) trotting them out to those in attendance. Let's … [Read More...]

Latest Mobile News

HTC’s next Windows Phone is coming to Verizon with an awkward name

More than a few eyebrows were raised when talk surfaced of an HTC One for Windows Phone. How close would it be to the Android original? Would it bring anything new to the table? And what's the name, for that matter? Thankfully, sources for Engadget … [Read More...]

Facebook is about to make everyone use the standalone Messenger app

It's been coming coming, but Facebook told TechCrunch today that the time is just about here -- starting "over the next few days" everyone will need Messenger to chat directly with their Facebook friends on mobile devices (iOS, Android and Windows … [Read More...]