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Want a premium 4K experience? Panasonic DX900 is first-to-market Ultra HD Premium TV

Want a premium 4K experience? Panasonic DX900 is first-to-market Ultra HD Premium TV

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The battle for the ultimate 4K TV is on at this year's CES, with Panasonic the first to get an Ultra HD Premium qualified TV to market - the DX900 - which is due out this February. While Ultra HD Premium doesn't redefine the core of what 4K is all about... >>

Samsung Ultra Slim SUHD TV concept shows you don't need to be OLED to be thin

Samsung Ultra Slim SUHD TV concept shows you don't need to be OLED to be thin

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With LG and other manufacturers extolling the benefits of OLED over LED television technology, and specifically how thin OLED TVs can be, Samsung has shown a concept set that proves that LED can also have a super slim footprint. It doesn't have a name... >>

Samsung KS9500 SUHD TV puts premium first, this is what the 4K HDR future looks like

Samsung KS9500 SUHD TV puts premium first, this is what the 4K HDR future looks like

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LG might be betting the farm on OLED but Samsung is sticking to its guns with its SUHD TV technology, claiming that sets like the UHD Premium certified top-of-the-range KS9500 is capable of pictures equally as good. It is also sticking with curved for... >>

Watch the Samsung CES 2016 press conference right here

Watch the Samsung CES 2016 press conference right here

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Samsung hasn't revealed a huge amount about its line-up for CES 2016, although we're expecting big news about televisions, with a refresh to its SUHD TVs that proved popular in 2015. With LG kicking off press day and Sony still to come, Samsung is ready... >>

What is Ultra HD Premium and why does it matter? The UHD Alliance mark of approval explained

What is Ultra HD Premium and why does it matter? The UHD Alliance mark of approval explained

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We're about to see a new badge banded around both content and products in an attempt to define a premium 4K ultra-high definition experience. See an Ultra HD Premium badge on a TV or a UHD Blu-ray? That means it qualifies and passes the UHD Alliance's... >>

LG signs up to Freeview Play, coming with webOS 3.0 TVs in 2016

LG signs up to Freeview Play, coming with webOS 3.0 TVs in 2016

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Freeview Play is one of the newest TV platforms in the UK, serving up a combination of live broadcast television and integrated catch-up services, thanks to a programme guide that lets you look both forward and backwards, setting reminders or streaming... >>

Sony CES 2016 press conference: Watch it right here

Sony CES 2016 press conference: Watch it right here

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Sony is all set to kick-off its CES 2016 press conference where it'll be touting plenty of new kit which the company will be brining out this year, especially in the television department. Sony will begin its presentation at 5pm PST which is 1am GMT.... >>

Philips AmbiLux goes global, Ultra HD streaming added to Android TV skills

Philips AmbiLux goes global, Ultra HD streaming added to Android TV skills

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TP Vision has confirmed that the stunning Philips AmbiLux television first announced at IFA 2015, will be moving from limited to full distribution, so you should now be able to get your hands on the flagship 8901 AmbiLux or 8601 sets.  AmbiLux blows... >>

LG Signature OLED G6 TV aims to be a cut above the rest

LG Signature OLED G6 TV aims to be a cut above the rest

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LG took to the stage at CES 2016 to introduce its new line of ultra premium products known as LG Signature. LG Signature will span various technology categories, including domestic appliances and televisions. The aim is to put a better experience in the... >>

LG CES 2016 press conference livestream: Watch it right here

LG CES 2016 press conference livestream: Watch it right here

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At 8am PT (4pm GMT) LG will be kicking off a busy day of major press conferences from almost all the major consumer electronics manufacturers as CES 2016 officially starts. And we have the livestream right here for you to watch. LG doesn't really leave... >>