Learn how the All-New Samsung SUHD TV is better than a conventional UHD TV in this comparison. In recent years, the TV experience has been enhanced with a transition from LED TVs to OLED to HD, and more recently to UHD TVs. Each advancement brought greater visuals and quality into the mix, with the UHD […]
Check out the following cool infographic by AnimatronicRobotics.com – From movies to museums, animatronic robots delight millions of people around the world every single day.
The cable TV business has had its worst year in 2013. Are families ready to ditch the box? Affordable Online Colleges.net has created an infographic entitled “The End of TV” detailing how families are spending their TV viewing hours.
How I Met Your Mother has been making us laugh since 2005. TV Duck has put together an infographic highlighting some of the amazing stats behind one of our favorite shows. Think you know how many episodes Barney wore the ducky tie or how many women Ted has dated, find out the legen-DARY facts below.
Which shows are better, the UK originals or US versions? The US has a bad rep for shamelessly copying UK television shows, but are any of the rip-offs actually better? Let’s put some of these shows to the test.
Judge Judy beat out Oprah to become the number one television show in America last year? Apparently, whether you win or lose on her court show, you will walk away with thousands in cash. If you’re from outside the fiming area, they’ll even fly you in and put you up in a hotel! If you […]
The infographic Iconic Dogs in the Media features interesting and unknown facts of the most iconic dogs throughout television/movie history.
Expansys have uncovered that Facebook is now a bigger national past-time in the UK than watching TV! Expansys ran a national study which found that we spend an average of two and a half hours using the social networking site every day, compared to just two hours watching television programmes.
You probably first learned about opportunity cost sitting in your high school economics class, while your teacher made an analogy that involved gum and ice cream. The concept is simple: when you make a choice to do something, you give up an opportunity to do something else valuable.
As kids, our time in front of the TV is limited to increments as decided by our parents. As adults, we’ve taken a few liberties on those previously-determined TV allowances, and technology hasn’t made it any easier to stay away. Now that television is accessible on almost every device we own, it’s virtually impossible to […]