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Samsung TV

Someone please tell Samsung this vertical TV for millennials is stupid

April 29th, 2019

Samsung has figured out a hot new product the company thinks millennials will crave. It’s a 43-inch vertical TV, a concept Samsung apparently decided to introduce as a result of our fixation with the vertical layout of mobile screens, the thinking being that this particular piece of hardware would be great for casting your phone …

weather channel hacked

Someone hacked The Weather Channel

April 18th, 2019

We live in an age where companies suffer data breaches and hacks of various types on a disturbingly regular basis. Credit card companies, social networks, and online retailers are the usual targets, and sometimes the thieves make off with payment information, personal details, and other data they shouldn’t have access to. It happens. Now, it’s …

TV shows ending in 2019

These are 10 of the biggest TV shows ending this year

January 19th, 2019

The showrunners and creative teams behind many of our favorite shows don’t always get the luxury of an advance warning when the network decides to pull the plug on their series. Sometimes it’s a sudden, surprise decision, forcing a creative shift that doesn’t always work with an unexpected imposed deadline. The alternative, of course, is …

Commercials on TV

Hulu and AT&T are working to make TV ads more annoying than ever

December 4th, 2018

Nothing in life is as certain as death, taxes and the relentless expansion of advertising to every conceivable digital and real-world blank canvas that revenue-hungry corporations can find. And now, coming soon to a screen near you: Ads that start playing on TV screens with content you’ve paused. Hulu, according to a new report in …

brain controlled tv

Samsung will soon test TVs that can be controlled with your brain

November 11th, 2018

Samsung TVs are already some of the most popular options for high-end home theater systems, and the company is now using its television-making prowess to help people with disabilities live more normal lives. A new project by a Samsung team in Switzerland could yield the first smart TV that can be controlled with thoughts. As …