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Hisense curved 65-inch ULED 4K TV is just £2,400

Hisense curved 65-inch ULED 4K TV is just £2,400

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Hisense has announces its latest curved 65-inch UHD TV dubbed 65XT910 which sports what it claims is a world first, ULED 2.0. So we've had LCD, LED and OLED, then there's UHD and SUHD. It's all getting a bit much. So what does this one mean? ULED is still... >>

Sony Bravia YouView update: Everything you need to know

Sony Bravia YouView update: Everything you need to know

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Sony has pushed out its update for 2015 Bravia televisions running on Android TV, bringing with it the new YouView experience.  YouView replaces the old EPG and brings with it a number of benefits, updating your already smart TV, to make a range of things... >>

EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2015 shortlist nominations announced, vote for your winners

EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2015 shortlist nominations announced, vote for your winners

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It's that time of year again; time to lift the curtain on the EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards 2015 nominations. We've seen hundreds of products over the last 12 months and after whittling down the best into an extended list we've crunched through to find... >>

LG 65EF950V 4K OLED review: The best TV money can buy in 2015?
5.0 stars

LG 65EF950V 4K OLED review: The best TV money can buy in 2015?

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For many serious AV fans - the sort of people who still own or sigh wistfully over the loss of Pioneer or Panasonic plasma TVs - OLED technology has long looked like the answer to their post-plasma TV prayers. The LG 950V (or LG EF9500 as it's known... >>

Samsung UE65JS9500 4K TV review: High Dynamic Range master
4.5 stars

Samsung UE65JS9500 4K TV review: High Dynamic Range master

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According to Samsung, the 65-inch JS9500 is more than just a UHD TV; it's an SUHD TV. It's tempting to imagine that the extra S stands for "super", although Super Ultra High-Definition might sound a bit much, and Samsung's marketing division is keen to... >>

Sony Bravia X94C 4K TV review: Bigger is better
4.5 stars

Sony Bravia X94C 4K TV review: Bigger is better

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We know what you're thinking about the X94C: "A 75-inch TV? Seriously? Who apart from maybe the occasional Russian oil tycoon could even think about buying a TV as big as that?” Well, at the risk of sounding pushy, we really think you should apply at... >>

Sony to integrate YouView into Bravia TVs for 17,000 films and shows

Sony to integrate YouView into Bravia TVs for 17,000 films and shows

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Sony has announced a partnership with TV platform YouView that will put its services in Sony Bravia televisions. The YouView update will be a software rollout that happens over the air on all Bravia televisions that are compatible. This will begin rolling... >>

Sony Bravia X93C 4K TV review: Beauty and the beast
4.0 stars

Sony Bravia X93C 4K TV review: Beauty and the beast

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Whatever we end up thinking about the Sony 65X9305C 4K telly, you certainly can't complain about how much physical hardware you get for your money. The X93C's 65-inch screen is hardly a shrinking violet in itself, but Sony has boldly wrapped it in a uniquely... >>

Vote for your favourite gadgets in EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards

Vote for your favourite gadgets in EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards

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The EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards long list has now gone live, revealing the hottest products from 2015 that are in with a chance for winning a coveted award. The EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards, now in their 12th year, look to celebrate the latest and greatest... >>

Samsung Serif TV is a television that doubles as designer furniture

Samsung Serif TV is a television that doubles as designer furniture

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Samsung made a new TV. But it's not one of those flexible, curvy, or super-thin kinds. This is something totally different. Samsung collaborated with French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to create the new Serif TV. It's unique because it was designed... >>