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Netflix button to appear on more remotes soon: Samsung, Sony, LG and more onboard

Netflix button to appear on more remotes soon: Samsung, Sony, LG and more onboard

By 18 hours ago

Netflix has officially announced that a dedicated Netflix button will be appearing on most remote controls soon. Smart connected TVs, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players and more that are able to access Netflix will soon be just a button press away. While... >>

Exciting times: Samsung VP Robert King talks 4K, curved TV and why the Internet of Things needs to be open platform

Exciting times: Samsung VP Robert King talks 4K, curved TV and why the Internet of Things needs to be open platform

By 12 March 2015

It can be strongly argued that Samsung stole Mobile World Congress with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and its innovatively shaped sister model, the edge. During a mobile phone show distinctly lacking in mobile phones, its two flagship handsets... >>

Who says there's no 4K content? 150m 4K video cameras have already been sold

Who says there's no 4K content? 150m 4K video cameras have already been sold

By 27 February 2015

Own a 4K television and are struggling to find content other than season three of House of Cards to watch? Well that's strange because new figures show that in 2014 over 150 million devices were sold that have the ability of recording 4K footage. And... >>

What does Firefox OS bring to Panasonic TVs? 10 key features explored

What does Firefox OS bring to Panasonic TVs? 10 key features explored

By 24 February 2015

It's the year when smart TVs get even smarter thanks to advancing operating systems. We've seen LG webOS, Android TV used in Philips sets, Tizen for Samsung, and now Firefox OS makes its way to the latest Panasonic 4K TVs. Mozilla Firefox is a well-known... >>

You'll never guess what this is

You'll never guess what this is

By 24 February 2015

Pocket-lint has been sent some pictures and details of a device that on first glance doesn't give anything away. Just from the picture, it's so unlike anything else we've seen of its type that you might be surprised to find out what it actually does.... >>

Panasonic first to sign up to offer Freeview Play on its 2015 TVs and DVRs

Panasonic first to sign up to offer Freeview Play on its 2015 TVs and DVRs

By 23 February 2015

Panasonic is the first TV manufacturer to confirm that its new sets will support the new Freeview Play platform. Freeview Play is the free-to-air digital TV service's connected platform which will offer the ability to access catch-up content through a... >>

Panasonic enters curved TV market: Viera CR850 heads-up 4K LED range for 2015

Panasonic enters curved TV market: Viera CR850 heads-up 4K LED range for 2015

By 23 February 2015

Panasonic has been behind the curve when it comes to curved TVs (terrible pun intended), only teasing a 4K prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015. Now, at its annual company press conference, that model has been given a production name: the Viera... >>

Buying chocolate? Show your tech credentials with The Cocoa Runners Pocket-lint Collection

Buying chocolate? Show your tech credentials with The Cocoa Runners Pocket-lint Collection

By 12 February 2015

Pocket-lint has teamed up with artisan chocolate website Cocoarunners.com to bring Pocket-lint readers a specially curated box by our founder Stuart Miles. Stuart set up Pocket-lint with an initial investment of £15, the same amount as his first investment... >>

Freeview Play takes on YouView, adds catch-up directly in EPG

Freeview Play takes on YouView, adds catch-up directly in EPG

By 12 February 2015

Freeview has announced its newly rebranded service, Freeview Play. By adding catch-up TV into the EPG it aims to take on YouView, Sky and Virgin. Freeview Play will appear on new TVs and set-top boxes allowing them to offer catch-up TV via the internet... >>

Samsung updates Smart TV privacy policy to stress it isn't eavesdropping

Samsung updates Smart TV privacy policy to stress it isn't eavesdropping

By 10 February 2015

Samsung wants you to know its televisions aren't eavesdropping on your conversations. The internet has been abuzz ever since The Daily Beast spotted the following line buried in Samsung's privacy policy for its internet-connected Smart TVs: “Please... >>