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CES 2015: The best TVs, tablets, smartphones and tech to expect at the world’s largest trade show

CES 2015: The best TVs, tablets, smartphones and tech to expect at the world’s largest trade show

By 10 hours ago

The world's largest consumer electronics trade show opens its doors on 6 January, less than a month away, and although we don't expect any truly groundbreaking technology launches, there will be plenty of cool kit unveiled for the very first time. Pocket-lint... >>

LG to show off faster, more intuitive webOS 2.0 at CES next month

LG to show off faster, more intuitive webOS 2.0 at CES next month

By 11 hours ago

We've had the chance to play with webOS several times on LG TVs and were very impressed, it's the best TV operating system right now. Despite this LG is already set to announce and update to webOS 2.0 which it will unveil at CES in January. The current... >>

Your next 4K Ultra HD TV could be a quantum dot set rather than OLED

Your next 4K Ultra HD TV could be a quantum dot set rather than OLED

By 16 December 2014

Ahead of its first public showing at the CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas in January, LG has revealed an Ultra HD TV range that will widen its 4K line-up and sit amongst its current OLED and LED models. The Korean manufacturer has announced... >>

Best gadgets on the planet: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2014 winners announced

Best gadgets on the planet: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2014 winners announced

By 27 November 2014

And so, after months of nominations and voting by industry judges, journalists and Pocket-lint readers, it is time to reveal the best products in multiple categories that we all collectively think have made 2014 that bit more special. There are 14 categories... >>

Sony partners with Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud for 4K, but all is not well in the FIFA camp

Sony partners with Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud for 4K, but all is not well in the FIFA camp

By 25 November 2014

Very eagle-eyed viewers at the Arsenal versus Manchester United match on Saturday might have noticed something different about striker Olivier Giroud's boots. Sony has sponsored the soles and studs in order to extol the benefit of owning an Ultra HD... >>

Best TV 2014: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

Best TV 2014: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

By 20 November 2014

Televisions have come along way in recent years. Forget the big ugly box that sat in the corner of the living room, TVs today offer beautiful designs, super-sharp brilliant displays and great smart features, along with some fantastic user interfaces.... >>

Panasonic Viera TX-50AX802B 4K TV review: Ultra-high definition bargain
5 out of 5

Panasonic Viera TX-50AX802B 4K TV review: Ultra-high definition bargain

By 18 November 2014

We've been holding out on reviewing the Panasonic TX-50AX802 4K TV for some time. But now that time has come and the AX800 series is more relevant than ever thanks to the arrival of Netflix 4K. That, coupled with built-in tuners for Freeview HD and Freesat... >>

O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards shortlist nominations announced

O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards shortlist nominations announced

By 4 November 2014

We've seen hundreds of products, we've had tens of thousands of public votes as part of our long list process, and now we bring you the shortlist for the 2014 02 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards. After much deliberation and debate, the Pocket-lint team has whittled... >>

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition
4 out of 5

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition

By 2 November 2014

The LG UB950V brings a double dose of excitement, offering ultra-high definition (UHD) resolution, otherwise known as 4K, in addition to LG's webOS user interface. The large resolution is matched by large screen sizes, as the UB950V is available in 65-... >>

Farewell plasma TV: The moments that defined flatscreen

Farewell plasma TV: The moments that defined flatscreen

By 29 October 2014

LG has announced it will no longer make plasma displays, essentially marking the end of an era. With no more major manufacturers outputting plasma displays, many reports and analysts have claimed the technology is now dead. After four decades of ups and... >>


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