2016 and 2017 LG TV owners can now install the Apple TV+ app. Here's everything you need to know about this.
Samsung's latest The Frame TV will rotate to support portrait mode as well. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Google is reportedly planning on rebranding Android TV to Google TV. Here is everything you need to know about this.
LG has announced to bring AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support to 2018 Smart TVs as well. Here are all the details on this.
Here's a list of compatible smart TV models with Apple AirPlay 2 protocol support according to Apple itself.
AirPlay 2, iTunes Coming To Smart TVs, Apple Says You Will Soon Be Able To Ask Siri On iPhone To Play Movies On AirPlay 2 TV Receivers
AirPlay 2 and iTunes is coming to Smart TVs, with Apple saying that you will soon be able to ask Siri on the iPhone to play movies on AirPlay 2 receivers.
The Copyright Office has put in place special new exemptions within the DMCA that applies to a consumers right to jailbreak a device. The newly introduced exemptions are particularly important as they essentially make the act of jailbreaking a smartphone, tablet, Smart TV and other all-purpose mobile computing devices an entirely legal one.
Ever since the movie Minority Report arrived, people have been waiting for computers to progress to the point where we can wave our arms around to control on-screen interfaces. Despite a few false dawns, we haven't quite got to that point yet, and while the likes of Microsoft's Kinect have proven that the technology is there, things haven't quite taken off like some may have expected. Instead, touch-based interfaces like those on smartphones and tablets have become the norm.
In the latest public relation embarrassment for Samsung, there are reports coming in from some Smart TV users that they are encountering ads making appearances on screen while streaming and watching movies. Head on after the jump for more details on this news.
Remember when TVs were just big boxes that sat in the corner of the room and showed you moving pictures? Ahh, those were the days.