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BBC brings enhanced Connected Red Button service to Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, LG to follow

BBC brings enhanced Connected Red Button service to Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, LG to follow

By 10 January 2014

The BBC has officially launched a beta version of its Connected Red Button service to selected Samsung and Sony Smart TVs. It will also become available on a range of LG Smart TVs in the next few months. Previously available only on Virgin Media TiVo... >>

Samsung at CES 2014: Ultra HD 4K TVs, Galaxy NotePro and TabPro, ATIV Book9 and One7, NX30 and WB smart cameras, and more

Samsung at CES 2014: Ultra HD 4K TVs, Galaxy NotePro and TabPro, ATIV Book9 and One7, NX30 and WB smart cameras, and more

By 10 January 2014

The 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas is finally wrapping up, so Pocket-lint figured it was a good time to compile all the highlights from some of the biggest tech companies, including Samsung. Samsung used CES 2014 as a platform to debut a range of new,... >>

Samsung will ship 105-inch curved and 85-inch bendable 4K UHDTVs in latter 2014

Samsung will ship 105-inch curved and 85-inch bendable 4K UHDTVs in latter 2014

By 8 January 2014

Samsung has announced that its 105-inch curved 4K UHDTV and its 85-inch bendable 4K UHDTV will be available to customers in the second half of 2014.  It may be a tad surprising that the televisions are almost ready to hit homes, considering Samsung... >>

Opera SDK to power Bang & Olufsen's smart TV platform

Opera SDK to power Bang & Olufsen's smart TV platform

By 8 January 2014

Bang & Olufsen has taken a leap forward with its smart TVs by adding the Opera Devices Software Development Kit. The Opera software will appear in BeoPlay V1 and BeoVision 11 TVs. This will mean smart apps that are ready for HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, SVG... >>

Buy your first 4K TV for only £608 thanks to the impressive Vizio P Series

Buy your first 4K TV for only £608 thanks to the impressive Vizio P Series

By 8 January 2014

Your first 4K TV will probably be a Vizio, presuming you want to adopt early without forking out thousands of pounds. Vizio has announced at CES that its 50-inch P Series 4K TV will cost just $999 (£608). For your money you'll get a 50-inch screen with... >>

The TVs of CES 2014: Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG and more

The TVs of CES 2014: Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG and more

By 7 January 2014

As the biggest consumer electronics trade show in the world, CES is a hotbed for all manner of brand new home entertainment kit, with even smartphones getting a look in in more recent times. However, the one area of the tech industry that has always been... >>

LG's 77-inch flexible 4K OLED TV will let you control the display curvature (video)

LG's 77-inch flexible 4K OLED TV will let you control the display curvature (video)

By 7 January 2014

LG Electronics is at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, where the company just unveiled its 77-inch flexible 4K OLED TV with a controllable curve. You read that right. According to LG, you can control the degree-angle of the display's curvature. In... >>

Hands-on: LG WebOS TV review

Hands-on: LG WebOS TV review

By 7 January 2014

WebOS, the mobile operating system created for Palm, is back, this time on a TV from LG. It was demoed on the company's stand at the giant consumer electronics tradeshow in Las Vegas, and Pocket-lint was invited ahead of the official first day to check... >>

Samsung's bendable LED TV can transform at the touch of a button

Samsung's bendable LED TV can transform at the touch of a button

By 7 January 2014

Among the celebrity walk-offs and numerous UHD TVs, curved and otherwise, Samsung demonstrated a prototype 85-inch television during its CES press conference that can bend and flex at the touch of a button. Starting as a conventional 4K flatscreen TV,... >>

Sharp 85-inch 8K glasses-free 3D TV to debut at CES 2014

Sharp 85-inch 8K glasses-free 3D TV to debut at CES 2014

By 6 January 2014

Sharp plans to showcase an 85-inch 8K TV at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, and it is capable of delivering a 3D-viewing experience...without 3D glasses. The TV's display was developed in partnership with Philips and Dolby, but it is not the company's... >>


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