Wireless Networking Guide
The Google Chromecast is a small HDMI stick that lets you stream Netflix, YouTube and other videos and music on your TV for just $35, but it could use more content partners.
The Hopper with Sling combines a whole-house DVR with location-shifting features, making it one of the most compelling pieces of home entertainment technology.
We review the Nexus Q, a beautiful and easy-to-use piece of hardware that suffers from a dearth of content and an unjustifiably high price.
The Samsung SmartHub Optical SE-208BW lets you access DVDs and external storage wirelessly from mobile devices, but it's not worth the effort.
Read our review of the Philips Wireless HD Net Connect. It lets you wirelessly stream 1080p content from your laptop to your TV with no fuss, but it's too expensive.
At Intel's recent Innovation Showcase event in New York, the company gave us a quick demo of its updated Wireless Display technology for laptops. Expected to hit portable computers in May, this latest...
The Warpia StreamHD can beam 1080p content from a notebook to a TV over wireless USB, but it's not worth the trouble.
This accessory lets you wirelessly beam 1080p video and games from your laptop to your TV with zero lag.
This is going to sting a little bit. The Boxee Box, the device many have hailed as one of the coolest gadgets of the year--including us--will miss its promised ship date of the first half of 2010. Tha...
After pioneering the pocket camcorder market with its popular Flip camcorders, Pure Digital wants to take home videos a step further by making them easy to stream to your television. The FlipShare TV ($149), announced today, does just that.