TV Shopping - March 27, 2008 11:51 AM
Television technology changes so rapidly that it can be hard to choose which features you need when buying a new set. Fortunately, the Web hosts articles on all latest and greatest developments in TV tech, and of course, sites that are poised to sell it to you. This guide will help you to learn the issues and be a careful shopper.
Digital TV Broadcasting - March 17, 2008 03:12 PM
By now you’ve probably heard that TV broadcasting will switch over to digital (DTV) on February 17, 2009. You’ve probably also heard Cassandra-like warnings about everything you’ll need to be prepared for this event. The great likelihood, however, is that you won’t need anything, and that if you do, the effort and cost on your part will be minimal. With the help of a few Web resources, you can find out what, if anything, you need to be prepared.
Oscars Guide: Your Ticket to the Red Carpet - February 21, 2008 12:50 PM
Even if you haven’t seen all the nominated movies, there’s a good chance that you’ll tune in for some, or all, of the Academy Awards show. You may watch to admire (or mock) the fashions, to root for your favorite actor or because you’re hoping to win the office pool. Read on for a guide to maximizing your Oscar experience.
Television - October 23, 2007 04:14 PM
Now anyone with a high-speed Internet connection can find out what's on TV, watch a favorite show online, and read about the stars that make it great. In this guide, you'll learn about the history of television, how to find reviews, and how to keep your kids safe while watching cable. You can even learn about the pixels and wires that make the whole thing work.