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Microsoft Surface Hub is an 84-inch 4K tablet, basically

Microsoft Surface Hub is an 84-inch 4K tablet, basically

By 21 January 2015

During its Windows 10 media briefing, Microsoft unveiled an 84-inch interactive screen that doubles as a touchscreen computer and 4K TV. The Surface Hub is part of the company's Perceptive Pixel program and has all manner of control systems with which... >>

Sony boss considers selling Xperia mobile and Bravia TV businesses

Sony boss considers selling Xperia mobile and Bravia TV businesses

By 14 January 2015

Sony is allegedly thinking about selling its mobile and TV businesses in the same way it offloaded its Vaio laptop business last year. Reuters claims that "company officials familiar with the leadership's thinking" say that CEO Kaz Hirai and the rest... >>

Android TV vs Samsung Tizen vs Firefox OS vs LG webOS: What's the difference?

Android TV vs Samsung Tizen vs Firefox OS vs LG webOS: What's the difference?

By 12 January 2015

Thousands of companies unveiled new stuff at CES 2015 in Las Vegas last week, and some of the most interesting bits involved smart televisions. Like always, ultra high-definition screens were all the rage, but this year, there was a clear emphasis on... >>

Look how gadgets have shrunk: Then and now in pictures

Look how gadgets have shrunk: Then and now in pictures

By 9 January 2015

Modern technology has propelled us forward to create smaller and smaller gadgets especially since the microchip appeared. Sure phones are growing in screen size now but you'll be amazed how they are still smaller than their historical counterparts. And... >>

Sharp's 80-inch 'Beyond 4K TV' is actually more like an 8K TV

Sharp's 80-inch 'Beyond 4K TV' is actually more like an 8K TV

By 8 January 2015

Ultra HD should be synonymous with CES by now. Television manufacturers continue to push the trend and then show off their innovations at the show. Sharp is one such example, having just unveiled a new TV this week that goes "beyond 4K". Called the Aquos... >>

What is Android TV and why is everyone talking about it?

What is Android TV and why is everyone talking about it?

By 7 January 2015

Android TV is a smart TV platform from Google. It was announced in June 2014 and with Android 5.0 Lollipop, Android TV is now fully launched and marching into our lives.  Android TV is the successor to Google TV, the company's previous stab at a big... >>

Best products of CES 2015 in pictures

Best products of CES 2015 in pictures

By 7 January 2015

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year might have had little in the way of new product categories it hasn't disappointed in the amount of products available to ogle at. It's been a big year for automobiles, for example, and televisions... >>

What is 4K UHD? Ultra-High Definition explained, and why it matters for your next TV

What is 4K UHD? Ultra-High Definition explained, and why it matters for your next TV

By 7 January 2015

The term Ultra-High Definition - also known as Ultra HD or UHD - has been kicking around for a couple of years now. But what does it actually mean and why does it matter if you're looking to buy a new TV? Just as we've got used to the "Full HD" term,... >>

Hands-on: Sony's 4K Bravia X900C TV is not only super thin but also really smart (thanks to Android TV)

Hands-on: Sony's 4K Bravia X900C TV is not only super thin but also really smart (thanks to Android TV)

By 6 January 2015

Sony's newly-announced, ultra-thin 4K TV is insane. First of all: it's just 4.9mm thick at its thinnest point. The company noted at CES 2015 that the new Bravia X900C is slimmer than its own Xperia flagship smartphone. For reals. But don't be fooled,... >>

LG WebOS 2.0 explored: What's new?

LG WebOS 2.0 explored: What's new?

By 6 January 2015

LG has announced a new version of its WebOS operating system will grace its 2015 line of televisions bringing with it a host of new improvements and enhancements over the current offering. We've been playing with the new features to see what difference... >>