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Want the only THX certified 4K OLED TV? You'll want the Panasonic Viera CZ950 then

Want the only THX certified 4K OLED TV? You'll want the Panasonic Viera CZ950 then

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Panasonic confirmed its newfound commitment to 4K OLED at the 2015 IFA consumer technology showcase, by unveiling the curved-screen Viera TX-65CZ950V TV at its press conference. It's not the first time we've seen a Panasonic OLED set, with various prototype... >>

Sony adding HDR compatibility to its 4K UHD Bravia TVs, including the new 75-inch X91C

Sony adding HDR compatibility to its 4K UHD Bravia TVs, including the new 75-inch X91C

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Sony is embracing High Dynamic Range picture technology for additional 4K Ultra HD Bravia TVs, other than the X93C and X94C sets previously announced. It will be adding HDR compatibility to the X91C, X90C, X85C and S85C series televisions via a network... >>

Is this the cheapest 4K TV in the UK? Get Ultra HD thrills for less than £450

Is this the cheapest 4K TV in the UK? Get Ultra HD thrills for less than £450

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Chinese consumer electronics brand Hisense is set to enter the UK market with a bang. It is launching a 40-inch Ultra HD TV that will retail for just £449. What's more, the 50-inch and 55-inch models will be just £599 and £699 respectively. The company,... >>

LG's IFA line-up includes four new 4K OLED TVs, most with HDR

LG's IFA line-up includes four new 4K OLED TVs, most with HDR

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LG will debut four new televisions at IFA in Berlin next week, all of them 4K OLED sets. There will be three, at 55- and 65-inch screen sizes, that will also feature high dynamic range (HDR) technology: 55EF9500, 65EF9500 and a curved 55EG9200. There... >>

Panasonic Viera TX-55CX802 review: Glorious 4K for under £2k
4.5 stars

Panasonic Viera TX-55CX802 review: Glorious 4K for under £2k

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The 4K revolution continues, with Panasonic's latest, the Viera CX802, bringing with it Firefox OS and the promise of future updates such as HDR (high dynamic range). It's got all the current 4K bells and whistles, but with that one televisual toe dipped... >>

Touchjet Wave turns your TV into a giant touchscreen Android machine

Touchjet Wave turns your TV into a giant touchscreen Android machine

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Imagine using your television as a giant touchscreen with all the apps and smarts of Android. That's what Touchjet Wave aims to let you do. Launched today on Indiegogo the Wave is the second product from Touchjet which has already released a touchscreen... >>

LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV review: Setting the standard
4.5 stars

LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV review: Setting the standard

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It's been a long and winding road for OLED TVs. The display technology, which promises deeper blacks and richer colours than LED-backlit LCD tellies, started its consumer TV life in 2013 with the LG 55EM970V. Problem is, that telly cost £10,000. We're... >>

You'll never believe how big gadgets used to be: Then and now in pictures

You'll never believe how big gadgets used to be: Then and now in pictures

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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... >>

You can now watch Amazon Instant Video content in HDR - if you own the right TV

You can now watch Amazon Instant Video content in HDR - if you own the right TV

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Amazon has announced that HDR content is finally available through its Instant Video streaming service. But it is exclusive to Prime subscribers and specific TV sets. The online retailer first confirmed in April that it planned to support high dynamic... >>

Your next television could be rolled out like clingfilm, micron thin screen could even be used in clothing

Your next television could be rolled out like clingfilm, micron thin screen could even be used in clothing

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If you thought current televisions were thin, you've seen nothing yet. A new display has been developed that's just microns thin, by comparison a human hair is 100-microns thick. This display discovery isn't just about televisions or phones though, this... >>