Apple set a release date for WatchOS 2 and introduced new features and peripherals for its latest version of Apple TV.
The Xbox One already has a few live TV capabilities, but Microsoft is introducing a digital TV tuner as another method of watching TV from the console.
"Free," an IPTV and wireless service provider from France, launched a 4k-capable Android TV set top box powered by Broadcom's BCM7252 SoC.
Seiki adds 32- and 40-inch monitors to its computer display line and ups the Ultra HD TV ante with a new streaming service.
Leveraging Quantum-Dot technology, Samsung is introducing three new Ultra HD televisions and ushering in a new term – SUHD (Super Ultra HD?).
LG will announce quantum dot 4K TVs at CES 2015, following Sony's own introduction of quantum dot displays on the market.
According to Korea Times, this expanded partnership will involve the next Nexus smartphone, TVs and future businesses such as Google Glass.
Panasonic has placed an indefinite hold on research and development of Plasma TV panels in favor of OLED displays.
PiixL launches a new media center PC with some very impressive specifications for a shocking price tag.
Remember Intel's entertainment platform Viiv from 2006? And Intel's follow-up idea to jump into the TV market with Google TV in 2011?