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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... >>

Hottest gadgets for 2014

Hottest gadgets for 2014

By 31 December 2013

The new year is almost upon us and with it comes a cyborg’s suitcase full of the gadgets vying for your body.  It’s the year of wearables, but that doesn’t mean smart homes, 4K TV, games, tablets, cars or laptops are not going to amaze. Here are... >>

Glasses-free 3D and 4K PS4 and Xbox One gaming to be shown by Stream TV next week

Glasses-free 3D and 4K PS4 and Xbox One gaming to be shown by Stream TV next week

By 30 December 2013

Stream TV, the company pushing glasses-free 3D that works from multiple viewing angles, will be showing off its latest screen and a 4K upscaling box at CES next week. Steam TV will show off its improved Ultra-D TV that offers an upgraded version of the... >>

The new Hobbit movie saw Weta Digital make Smaug larger than a 747 in one scene yet use GoPros in another

The new Hobbit movie saw Weta Digital make Smaug larger than a 747 in one scene yet use GoPros in another

By 30 December 2013

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug saw some of the best special effects to date. If you haven’t seen it be warned, this will have spoilers. That said, the scene where Smaug chases Bilbo about the mountain of treasure is jaw-dropping and obviously took... >>

Samsung shows off the world’s largest 110-inch Ultra HD TV due to go on sale on  Monday

Samsung shows off the world’s largest 110-inch Ultra HD TV due to go on sale on Monday

By 30 December 2013

Samsung has just taken the wraps off the world’s largest UHD TV which it will be showing off at CES next week. The 110-inch Ultra HDTV goes on sale on Monday. Samsung’s 110-inch UHDTV will be the next step in size from its 85-inch model that Sammy... >>

Your Samsung Smart TV could soon control your lighting, air conditioning and fridge

Your Samsung Smart TV could soon control your lighting, air conditioning and fridge

By 27 December 2013

Samsung has released a new version of its development kit for its Smart TV platform that includes an expansion of the devices that are compatible with the system. This essentially enables developers to create applications that can control other home appliances,... >>

Samsung Smart TVs get finger gesture and improved voice controls

Samsung Smart TVs get finger gesture and improved voice controls

By 23 December 2013

The new range of Smart TVs from Samsung for 2014 will be coming with a host of improvements to gesture and voice controls. All will be unveiled at CES in January, but for now we've been told what to expect. Waving your arms about for gesture controls... >>

4K UHD streaming to begin on Netflix in 2014 with House of Cards

4K UHD streaming to begin on Netflix in 2014 with House of Cards

By 19 December 2013

Netflix has announced that it will begin streaming in 4K UHD as soon as 2014, starting with the next series of its Emmy awards-winning House of Cards. Several of the next-generation 4K TVs will be capable of streaming Netflix directly in 4K, via the app.... >>

LG's first webOS smart TV to be shown at CES

LG's first webOS smart TV to be shown at CES

By 19 December 2013

LG will unveil its first webOS television at CES from 7 January. It will be a debut for the operating system it purchased from HP in an LG smart TV. Company researcher Hong Sung-pyo revealed the news during a semiconductor event in Seoul. He also announced... >>

105-inch Ultra HD 21:9 curved HDTVs to rule CES, from LG and Samsung

105-inch Ultra HD 21:9 curved HDTVs to rule CES, from LG and Samsung

By 19 December 2013

LG and Samsung have announced similar 105-inch curved Ultra HDTVs ahead of CES in Las Vegas in January, each a major step up from the 55-inch televisions announced this year.  LG's 105UB9 monster boasts a 21:9 super widescreen aspect ratio and 11 million... >>