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.
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.
Louisa Hearn The future of plasma TV has been hotly debated ever since big LCD screens muscled their way into the market, but will 2009 go down in history as the year that plasma finally died?
Rod Easdown An old scam has just been given a new, digital-age twist. Plasma screens are being sold out of the backs of vans.
Adam Turner Watching 3DTV requires wearing special glasses, but not all 3D glasses are the same.
The way we control TV is finally transforming, writes Mike Wilcox.
Multiregion capability no longer has to mean big bucks, writes Anthony Clarke.
Rod Easdown As the technology that brings light and sound into our homes evolves, today's TV is more than meets the eye.
Rod Easdown It's now possible to buy a full 5.1 surround-sound home theatre for less than $1000.
Mike Wilcox considers the latest screen technology for home.
James Manning A new television technology known as Super Hi-Vision offers viewers a picture 16 times the resolution currently available on HDTVs.
Rod Easdown It's called a WindowWall and it was developed for pubs but it is proving an unexpected hit in the domestic market.
Adam Turner Almost a decade after our first digital summer, digital television is finally starting to heat up in Australia.
Rod Easdown Without a decent sound system, you're missing half the entertainment experience.
Paul McIntyre Sony Australia has joined the race to lure eyeballs from PCs back to big screens in lounge rooms across the nation.
A friend recently noticed two Sony LCD televisions placed together in a store, one a 100-hertz model, the other 200 hertz, and both tuned to Mornings With Kerri-Anne.
Louisa Penfold The forced shutdown of analog television signals, beginning next year, means that up to 10 million obsolete televisions may be in need of disposal over the next four years.
Terry Lane In spite of all the advertising about Freeview, a sizeable slice of the population has no idea what digital TV means and couldn't care less.
Larry Schwartz In 364 days, an estimated 60,000 television viewers in and around Mildura, in the north-west of Victoria, will lead Australia into the digital-only television era.