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A week in reviews: 21 - 25 July

A week in reviews: 21 - 25 July

By 26 July 2014

After Apple unveiled Yosemite - the latest iteration of its OSX operating system - we've been rather excited about exploring it. And now the time has come: check out seven tips to get you started with Apple's latest. If operating system geekery isn't... >>

LG’s roll-out OLED TV and transparent display caught in new videos

LG’s roll-out OLED TV and transparent display caught in new videos

By 24 July 2014

Shortly after announcing it has developed 18-inch rollable OLEDs and 18-inch transparent OLEDs, LG has now released two videos that show these new displays in action. Although LG has released images of both the rollable and transparent OLEDs, you can... >>

John Lewis JL9000 webOS TV review
4 out of 5

John Lewis JL9000 webOS TV review

By 24 July 2014

The LG webOS TV platform has a new home: the newly launched John Lewis TV range, reviewed here in its 55-inch JL9000 guise. The system is designed to make smart TV easier than ever before and we found it proved its worth when we saw it in the LG LB700V... >>

Samsung's 105-inch curved 4K UHDTV will cost you as much as a house

Samsung's 105-inch curved 4K UHDTV will cost you as much as a house

By 23 July 2014

Samsung has finally announced a price for its humungous 105-inch curved 4K television that premiered at CES 2014 in January. You can now pre-order the ultra high-definition set for $119,999.99. That's right. For an amount that could otherwise be spent... >>

Roll out your OLED TV like a projector screen or turn a window into a TV, thanks to LG

Roll out your OLED TV like a projector screen or turn a window into a TV, thanks to LG

By 10 July 2014

LG has cracked flexible OLEDs in a way like never before. It's new 18-inch screen can be completely rolled up while still displaying clear OLED images. LG has also unveiled a transparent OLED that could turn your windows into TVs. Flexible screens aren't... >>

All glass iPhone or Apple television anyone? Jony Ive has invented them and Apple has the patents

All glass iPhone or Apple television anyone? Jony Ive has invented them and Apple has the patents

By 9 July 2014

All glass gadgets are usually only found in sci-fi movies, but they may become a reality if Apple's Jony Ive has anything to do with it. Right now you'll do well to go 24-hours without seeing someone with a cracked iPhone screen. But that's Gorilla glass,... >>

4K broadcasts are almost here after UHDTV standard gets approved

4K broadcasts are almost here after UHDTV standard gets approved

By 7 July 2014

4K TV is here, with screens becoming affordable and content available on YouTube and Netflix. But it's still not mainstream, it's broadcasting that will push it there. And now it's almost here as standards for UHD broadcast get agreed. The new DVB-UHDTV... >>

A week in reviews: 30 June - 4 July

A week in reviews: 30 June - 4 July

By 5 July 2014

It's the week of Wimbledon, and we've been watching luminescent tennis balls fly across the curve of our TV screen. Because this week it's the turn of Samsung's curved H8000 TV to get the review treatment. Does curved make sense or should all eyes be... >>

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

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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... >>

John Lewis 55JL9000 webOS TV in the house: Getting up close to the own-brand set

John Lewis 55JL9000 webOS TV in the house: Getting up close to the own-brand set

By 3 July 2014

John Lewis announced its own-brand LED TVs in May and hey have been selling like hot cakes ever since. That's why it's taken until the John Lewis Christmas in July showcase event in London recently to actually see one with our own eyes and while there's... >>