Rod Easdown Where your set is located can dictate which television is best for you.
Simon Tsang While sales of plasma TVs appear to be in decline, the technology is far from dead and debate continues to rage about whether LCD or plasma TVs are better.
Terry Lane We have been playing with a Samsung LCD/LED high-definition television set which we think would work well as the centre of a converged system.
Adam Turner Watching 3DTV requires wearing special glasses, but not all 3D glasses are the same.
Miyoung Kim Samsung has launched its first OLED TV, taking the ultra-thin technology into a nascent market despite tenacious production challenges that keep costs high while prevailing LCD screens only get...
Adam Turner These 55-inch slices of high-def goodness are vying for pride of place in your lounge room.
Sight and Sound Rod Easdown reviews three 140-centimetre full-HD, 3D smart televisions.
Sight and Sound Rod Easdown reviews a trio of sound docks that protect the device from errant dance moves.
Bleeding Edge Video and other files stored 'elsewhere' are now becoming accessible everywhere.
Two of Samsung Electronics' advanced OLED television sets have gone missing while on their way to the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, the company said.
Imaging To enjoy three-dimensional images at home, you can go cheap or expensive, writes Terry Lane.
Rod Easdown As the technology that brings light and sound into our homes evolves, today's TV is more than meets the eye.
Katie Cincotta An e-waste program is set to give our obsolete cathode ray sets an extreme makeover.
Sight and sound
Rod Easdown Oversize televisions are the bright spot of a struggling industry.
Mike Wilcox considers the latest screen technology for home.
Samsung Electronics will be the first TV maker to start selling a 55-inch TV featuring the same paper thin and super sharp screen technology seen on the latest mobile phones.
Peter Pachal A combination of factors in the industry and the consumer market have conspired to shut plasma TVs out of showrooms — and consumer living rooms.
James Manning A new television technology known as Super Hi-Vision offers viewers a picture 16 times the resolution currently available on HDTVs.
Road test The hoopla has settled and these new radios are starting to live up to their promise.
Jim O'Rourke and Jessica Black FLAT-SCREEN TVs were considered luxury items less than a decade ago but have become almost as cheap as upmarket toasters.