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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

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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)

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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?

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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... >>

Best TVs of CES 2015: Samsung, Sony, LG, Philips, Panasonic and more

Best TVs of CES 2015: Samsung, Sony, LG, Philips, Panasonic and more

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CES 2015 is underway in Las Vegas and that means we get to see all of the amazing new televisions manufacturers have planned for the year. Most will be coming around spring time, but there are many that will appear in consumer electronics stores throughout... >>

Sony has new Android TV-powered 4K Bravia TVs including one really, really thin one

Sony has new Android TV-powered 4K Bravia TVs including one really, really thin one

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Sony has just unveiled a new 4K Bravia lineup for 2015 at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. There are 11 new 4K BRAVIA LCD TV models. The top-of-the-line XBR 900C 4K TVs will be available in 55, 65 and 75-inch sizes, but all the models will feature a 4K Processor... >>

Samsung SUHD TVs: 4K resolution meets quantum dot tech for affordable Ultra-High Definition in 2015

Samsung SUHD TVs: 4K resolution meets quantum dot tech for affordable Ultra-High Definition in 2015

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Samsung has revealed its TV hand at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, with its latest SUHD tellies making their debut. Ok, so we've heard of UHD (Ultra-High Definition, often referred to as 4K), but what the heck is SUHD? This is Samsung's branded... >>

Panasonic's 2015 4K TVs are Firefox OS powered: CX850 is the new flagship

Panasonic's 2015 4K TVs are Firefox OS powered: CX850 is the new flagship

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Panasonic has unveiled its 2015 range of top-flight televisions and they will be powered by Firefox OS. Revealed on the opening day of CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Panasonic's new line of 2015 TVs includes the CX850, CX800, CX650 and CX600 series, all featuring... >>

LG CES 2015 press conference: Watch it right here

LG CES 2015 press conference: Watch it right here

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CES 2015 is mainly about TVs so its no surprise that LG is coming at the show with force this year. The company has already announced seven new OLED models this year. READ: Best TVs of CES 2015: LG, Samsung, Roku, Haier... But LG isn't only going to... >>

All Philips TVs for 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop

All Philips TVs for 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop

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TP Vision has announced that all of its 2015 Philips TVs will be powered by the latest version of Android, Lollipop. Philips TVs powered by Android proved to be quite a draw at IFA in Berlin last year and they are bound to be at the CES consumer electronics... >>

Netflix announces High Dynamic Range coming soon for compatible HDR 4K TVs

Netflix announces High Dynamic Range coming soon for compatible HDR 4K TVs

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Netflix has taken centre stage at the LG press conference at CES 2015 in Las Vegas to announce it will be adding streamed media for 4K TVs that will have more accurate, deeper colours using High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. The HDR algorithms will... >>