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A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

By 24 May 2014

Ever the varied week, it's a mixture of all kinds of goodies on Pocket-lint this week, headed by the surprise announcement from Microsoft that the Surface 3 is a larger format device than its predecessor. And while that might boggle the mind, you should... >>

World Cup fans in Brazil will be able to watch 4K live action in the streets

World Cup fans in Brazil will be able to watch 4K live action in the streets

By 20 May 2014

Fans who can't get a ticket for the World Cup in Brazil starting in June will still be able to watch matches in ultra high definition in the streets of Rio. It will ultimately be of more interest to the locals than England fans, considering that one of... >>

3D holographic projector system created by MIT scientists

3D holographic projector system created by MIT scientists

By 19 May 2014

3D screens have come and gone without much fanfare but the medium is still here. Scientists at MIT have cracked a new holographic 3D projector that sits between true holograms and current 3D images. The idea is to create an object on a screen that can... >>

Philips Screeneo Smart LED projector review
3.5 out of 5

Philips Screeneo Smart LED projector review

By 19 May 2014

Short-throw projectors and LED projectors aren't new but the combination of the two isn't particularly common, as found in the Philips Screeneo HDP1590 Smart LED projector. Short-throw plays nice in smaller rooms and LED far outlasts traditional bulb... >>

Toshiba 55L7453DB L7 Series LED TV pictures and hands-on

Toshiba 55L7453DB L7 Series LED TV pictures and hands-on

By 16 May 2014

Toshiba has refreshed its L7 Series TV line-up for 2014 and Pocket-lint has seen a pre-production model in action prior to the release of the sets soon. Coming with the L74 designation - last year's range was L73 - there will be 42, 47 and 55-inch models... >>

Not even PS4 success could stop Sony losing over $1 billion in the last year

Not even PS4 success could stop Sony losing over $1 billion in the last year

By 14 May 2014

Sony will post a loss of $1.26 billion (£750 million) in its financial year ending March 2014. Its income for the year dropped by over $2 billion year-on-year, 89.4 per cent, even though the PlayStation 4 and Xperia phone line-up helped the company... >>

Sony halts OLED TV development in favour of 4K LCDs

Sony halts OLED TV development in favour of 4K LCDs

By 13 May 2014

In response to the growing demand for 4K screens and its still-fledgling television business, Sony has allegedly stopped commercial development on OLED sets. Japanese business news publisher Nikkei has reported that Sony put its OLED sets "on ice" and... >>

Bang & Olufsen enters the 4K age with BeoVision Avant UHD TV... and it moves

Bang & Olufsen enters the 4K age with BeoVision Avant UHD TV... and it moves

By 8 May 2014

Bang & Olufsen has launched its first 4K UHD TV and in typical B&O style it has given it a sense of the dramatic to set it apart from rivals. The 55-inch BeoVision Avant has an ultra high definition LED panel and an impressive specification and feature... >>

Hands-on: Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant 4K UHD TV review

Hands-on: Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant 4K UHD TV review

By 8 May 2014

Bang & Olufsen undoubtedly has a reputation for beautifully designed consumer electronics, but is sometimes criticised for favouring aesthetics over technical prowess, most often when it comes to the brand's TVs. The BeoVision Avant however bucks that... >>

Connect SDK flings content from mobiles to multiple TV platforms easily

Connect SDK flings content from mobiles to multiple TV platforms easily

By 7 May 2014

LG has announced the development of its Connect SDK. This will allow developers to add simple code to their apps so users can fling video, photos and more from their mobiles straight to TV. The potential for this platform is huge as it will allow iOS... >>