Tech Tips Home
The Best Tech Tips And Daily Deals
Newsletter On The Internet!

Shop online 24hrs a day or call us Mon-Fri
8:30AM-4:30PM EST - 1-800-915-2088
WorldStart Tech Tip And Store Search
Email: Password: Login Remember Me

Archive for the ‘TV Tech’ Category



My Wii Runs On A Battery?

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

If your Wii dies, and it hasn’t been mistreated, odds are that it’s your CMOS battery. Here are some simple instructions for finding and replacing your Wii’s CMOS battery. Continue reading

Your TV screen is the most important screen in your home, according to Microsoft and they’d like to take charge of it with the new Xbox One. Continue reading

Originally series, once the exclusive property of the TV networks are now popping up everywhere, including on-demand services such as Hulu Plus and Netflix. Continue reading

VHS to Computer

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

A lot of us have old VHS tapes lying around that we might look to put on our computer. There are really three ways to do this and I present them in this article from the most to least desirable. Continue reading

IKE from Sterling, AK writes: How fast does high speed Internet access have to be to watch Internet TV without waiting for buffering? I have DSL but have to wait for loading and buffering to watch YouTube videos. Continue reading

The Newest Way to Watch TV: Aereo

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

Aereo is a new web based video service that offers live TV streaming and virtual DVR service for a small fee to your computer. It is perfectly legal and safe and offers a great alternative to traditional TV. Continue reading

Flixster Now Available On Xbox Live

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Popular movie app Flixster is now available to Xbox LIVE subscriber in the United States. Users will also have access to their UltraViolet movie collections and access to movie rating from Rotten Tomatoes. Flixster joins Amazon Instant Video, Crackle, epix, ESPN, GameSpotTV, Hulu Plus, Netflix and other video services along with multiple music services and, of course, games. Continue reading

More and more Americans are saying goodbye to watching traditional television. Are you ready to cut the cord to the antenna, satellite and cable to become a Zero TV home? Continue reading

Len from Maryland Upper Shore writes: I want to connect the USB port on my PC to the USB port on my TV. I have a 6 foot USB extension cable and need an adapter from the extension cable to the USB port. Will the Targus product #7285 you sell act as a jumper between the extension cable and the USB port on my TV? My purpose is to look at pictures I have in my PC on my TV. Continue reading

Many years ago, a wise engineer gave me the best tech-support advice I’ve ever received. He said that if something isn’t working, always ask yourself two things… Continue reading

Imagine being able to watch the big game on a 201 inch television. The C Seed has rolled out the CSeed 201, the world’s largest TV. But it’s got a pretty hefty price. Continue reading

TV technology was at the forefront of new items displayed at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. In fact, the big innovation featured this year was that of 4K, or Ultra HD, televisions. So what exactly is a 4K/Ultra HD television, you ask? Continue reading

Soundbar Vs. Complete Home Audio System

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

According to a recent NPD Display Search report, high definition LCD TV shipments declined for the first time ever. With an 84% share of the market, and declining shipments, it may be safe to exclaim the hyperbole, “Everybody has a high-def TV!” It may also be safe to assume that the want for high-def picture will be closely followed by the want for premium sound. Continue reading

Buying a TV today can involve a myriad of confusing terms so what do you need to most know about the different technologies? At it’s core a flat screen TV’s display is driven by one of two different technologies: LCD (liquid crystal display, like most computer monitors) and Plasma (fluorescent gas such as xenon or neon). Continue reading

Learn about ways to connect your laptop to your TV and use your television as an external monitor. Continue reading

LCD vs. LED and OLED

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Considering a new TV? Well, here are your options, including one that you can’t get… yet. Continue reading

Transferring VHS to Computer

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Time to get rid of those pesky VHS tapes and transfer them to your PC. Here’s some info on how to get started. Continue reading

Purchasing a Television: Plasma or LCD?

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Thinking about upgrading your television? This article discusses the differences between Plasma and LCD and gives a suggestion on the better choice. Continue reading

This article answers the question, what are 3d televisions, and it also explains if they’re worth the cost. Continue reading

This article outlines the main differences between active and passive 3-d technology. You may be surprised! Continue reading

Change “HD READY” to HD

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

How to turn your “HD Ready” set into an HDTV in one simple step! Continue reading

Free Newsletter Signup



Tech Tips Daily

Become a tech pro! Get the very best tech and computer help sent directly to your email every weekday!

Tech Tips Weekly

The week's best in tech and computer help. Get your issue sent to your email every Friday!

WorldStart's Daily Deals

The very best deals on the Internet! Get a new set of incredible sales every day of the week!

Just For Grins

Clean jokes, funny quotes, and hilarious comics. Sent 5 times a week straight to your email.


Subscribe


Love Worldstart? Refer A Friend!

WorldStart's Premium Membership

Tip Archive


Categories:
Archives: