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Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

By 4 July 2014

Looking for a new TV but don't know what to buy? Then you've come to the right place. In 2014 there are all sorts of big events that warrant a big screen experience, from the FIFA World Cup to Le Tour making this the perfect time to get yourself a new... >>

LG's 77- and 65-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED TVs are coming to the UK, but they won't be cheap

LG's 77- and 65-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED TVs are coming to the UK, but they won't be cheap

By 26 June 2014

Brits can soon buy two Curved Ultra HD 4K OLED TVs from LG Electronics. The company has announced it will launch 77-inch and 65-inch screen sizes in the UK this October. Both new models (77EC980V and 65EC970V, respectively) offer LG’s WRGB OLED, High... >>

Sony halts OLED TV development in favour of 4K LCDs

Sony halts OLED TV development in favour of 4K LCDs

By 13 May 2014

In response to the growing demand for 4K screens and its still-fledgling television business, Sony has allegedly stopped commercial development on OLED sets. Japanese business news publisher Nikkei has reported that Sony put its OLED sets "on ice" and... >>

Sony and Panasonic to abandon OLED in favour of 4K?

Sony and Panasonic to abandon OLED in favour of 4K?

By 31 December 2013

Panasonic has already pulled out of the plasma market and now there's rumour that it and Sony are giving up on OLED too. The new focus will be on 4K screens. But since this comes from hit-and-miss site DigiTimes we're taking it with a pinch of salt. But... >>

Samsung and LG to show off flexible OLED TVs at CES in January 2014

Samsung and LG to show off flexible OLED TVs at CES in January 2014

By 3 December 2013

Last year at CES we were wowed by Samsung and LG’s 4K screens and curved OLEDs. This year the rumour mill is pointing towards a totally new type of flexible OLED. According to Korea Times the companies will both be unveiling curved OLED screens that... >>

LG 55-inch curved OLED TV is now available to buy in the UK

LG 55-inch curved OLED TV is now available to buy in the UK

By 25 September 2013

LG has just announced that its curved OLED TV is available to buy now at a price of £8,000. The 55-inch OLED screen, which we've seen at a few trade shows, takes image quality to another level. The curved OLED is shaped that way so as to offer the best... >>

Samsung 55-inch S9C curved OLED TV on sale in the UK from 5 September

Samsung 55-inch S9C curved OLED TV on sale in the UK from 5 September

By 27 August 2013

Samsung has announced, ahead of IFA, that its 55-inch curved OLED TV dubbed S9C, will go on sale from 5 September in the UK. Both LG and Samsung are already selling their curved OLEDs in the US for $15,000 (£9,650) and $9,000 respectively. For that wallet-bleeding... >>

Samsung 55-inch curved OLED TV begins shipping, with $6,000 price cut to rival LG

Samsung 55-inch curved OLED TV begins shipping, with $6,000 price cut to rival LG

By 13 August 2013

Samsung announced its 55-inch OLED television with a curved display in January, and now the set is finally shipping to select retailers in the US. It will therefore soon be available for purchase. If you have $8,999 (£5,800) to spare, that is. The good... >>

LG's 55-inch curved OLED TV shipping in June

LG's 55-inch curved OLED TV shipping in June

By 29 April 2013

LG announced on Monday morning that it is launching the world's first curved OLED HDTV next month, starting at 55 inches. We got our first look at the new television technology at CES 2013, and then later at LG's corporate headquarters when we visited... >>

Panasonic closing LCD plant to start production on OLED and 4K tablet

Panasonic closing LCD plant to start production on OLED and 4K tablet

By 10 January 2013

Eagle-eyed television lovers will have spotted that Panasonic has changed its LCD range to use passive 3D technology. Not because it particularly believes passive 3D is the best 3D display tech, but as a result of shutting down its own LCD panel manufacturing... >>