Articles about televisions

LG Smart TVs Getting NVIDIA + Google Cloud Gaming
2021 LG Smart TV customers will be able to play high-powered graphics games via cloud services from Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now, out of the box – no console or PC needed. Note: the photo is for illustration only. Not the actual LG 2021 TV.

Discover the Samsung Q900FN 85-inch 8K TV at IFA 2018
Samsung was teasing about new home electronics earlier this month, and just as we expected, Samsung is pushing 8K at IFA 2018. We’ve got all the available details, and it is literally big for U.S consumers. At CES, LG presented the first 88-inch 8K OLED TV.

Samsung Unveils ‘The Wall’, A 146-inch Modular MicroLED TV
[CES 2018] Every year at CES, companies like Samsung love to show off their advancements in display technology and this was something we expected would happen again this year. Sure enough Samsung did not disappoint as the company has since taken the wraps off a TV unit called “The Wall” that is a 146-inch modular MicroLED display.

LG ThinQ Artificial Intelligence to Power 2018 LG TVs
[CES 2018] At CES 2018, LG will introduce ThinQ a voice interface which is powered by LG’s own artificial intelligence (A.I) engine called DeepThinQ. As you can guess, it is based on deep-learning which is the new buzzword these days, but we’re looking forward to seeing the fruits this will bear.


Element Fire TV Edition: Affordable 4K TV Powered By Amazon
Element has launched a new line of 4K television called Fire TV Edition which runs on Amazon’s Fire TV software stack. It is essentially integrating an “Amazon Fire TV Box” into televisions, and although this new line of product is the first to be available, we should expect more TV OEMs to follow. We had some hands-on time with it, and it is very nice, here’s why.

LG Aims High At CES 2016
At its press event, LG was laser-focused on the user experience and on the clarity of purpose of each product it makes. LG’s new Signature line of products definitely aims for the high-end.

Sharp AQUOS 4K TV Lineup For 2015
Maybe a year or two ago, 4K televisions were rare as Full HD was the standard in terms of resolutions. Fast forward to 2015, while Full HD resolutions are still aplenty, there are more manufacturers when it comes to 4K devices and if you’re looking to get a 4K television, you might be interested to learn that Sharp has recently announced new AQUOS 4K televisions at CES 2015.

LG 4K LED TVs : Nine Series at CES 2015
As usual, CES is truly the “Big TV Show”, and LG will be one of the main company to watch for that. The company has made it official that it will present no less than 9 series of TV products (in order of quality: UC9, UB9800, UF9500, UF9400, UF8500, UF7700, UF6800, UF6700). This year, the two buzzwords at LG will be Quantum Dots and ColorPrime.

WebOS 2.0 Update For LG 2015 TVs
LG has confirmed that it will present a large line of televisions that are powered by WebOS 2.0 at the upcoming CES 2015 show which starts on January 5 when news are concerned.  LG promised this update during the summer. LG’s initial unveiling of Web OS for television was quite successful (8M units shipped), and it was one of the hottest TV-related product of the show, and certainly the most […]

Opera TV Store Gets Washington Post App
One of the leading U.S. newspapers, The Washington Post, happens to be expanding their online video reach through the launch of “PostTV” on Opera Software’s app platform that will target Smart TV setups. PostTV is theonline home for Washington Post video, where courtesy of Opera TV Snap, the masses will now be able to take advantage of this particular technology that transforms online video channels into ready-to-run TV applications in […]

VIZIO M-Series Razor LED TV Available
At CES 2013, Vizio had announced and showed us their 2013 line of LED TVs and it looks like the M-Series Razor is finally available for those who are looking for a TV upgrade. In my opinion, this is a very nice upgrade from last year’s line-up since both the design and performance of the TVs have been improved. VIZIO is in the business of building products which have a […]

Apple's TV to be integrated into 2012's iMac?
According to Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair, he seems to think that Apple’s rumored television set will be built into the 2012 refresh of Apple’s all-in-one desktop solution, the iMac. This is based on his belief that instead of creating a brand new product, Apple could instead build off what they already have, i.e. the 27” iMac, and start build up from there by offering larger displays. 

Apple's television to feature A6 chip and come in a variety of sizes?
Rumors of Apple’s iTV has started to gain more traction as of late, and the latest piece of rumor seems to suggest that the iTV will not only come in a variety of sizes, but it could also be powered by Apple’s next-gen processor, the A6 chip that is expected to debut on the iPad 3 and iPhone 5 in 2012.

Microsoft Xbox 360 update brings voice controlled television features to the Kinect
Ever since a quote from Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs hinted at a possible “iTV” from Apple, there have been a flurry of rumors and speculation as to what we could expect from such a device. One common theme in all these rumors has suggested that we could see Siri integration into Apple’s iTV, thus allowing users to control their television via their voice. If those rumors are to […]

Sony Bravia firmware updated with Twitter, YouTube HD and Facebook support
Sony Bravia 2011 owners will be pleased to know that Sony has issued a firmware update for your television set, bringing to you a variety of new features that we’re guessing most of you will appreciate.

BBC develops Dalek model that can be controlled by Doctor Who episodes
Fans of the Doctor Who series are probably familiar with the Daleks, a race of mutant cyborgs who basically are the show’s protagonist’s enemy. Now researchers at the BBC have managed to sync toy Daleks with their on screen counterparts, thus allowing the toy to mimic the actions of the Daleks that appear on the TV. This is achieved by having the metadata sent from the set-top box to the […]

Apple television expected mid-2012, Sharp to supply display panels
Excited at the possibility of Apple’s television actually coming to fruition? Well if Jefferies analyst Peter Misek’s predictions are to be believed, we should be able to expect a launch of an Apple television set some time mid-2012, which is usually when Apple’s WWDC is held and where Apple’s iPhones have typically been launched (with the exception of the iPhone 4S).

LG introduces "hospital grade" 42" HDTV
Going to the hospital in general is not a pleasant experience. After all, no one enjoys being sick or hooked up to tube all day, right? Well LG seems to think so too and have announced what they are calling a 42” “hospital grade” HDTV, and supposedly the largest screen size in the industry for patient rooms.

Apple's TV could be powered by Siri
There has been murmurings that Apple plans to launch an Apple television set perhaps next year. Rumors of such a product have been sprouting ever since a quote from Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs led many to believe that an Apple TV is in the works. But what so interesting about an Apple TV? Well apart from it probably sporting a sleek and elegant design that is Apple’s trademark, […]

Apple TV project said to be led by Jeff Robbin
Yesterday we reported on rumors that an Apple TV was indeed in the works. This flurry of news surrounding a television set built by Apple seems to have stemmed from a quote from the recently released biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. The quote suggested that Steve Jobs may have finally come up with an Apple TV, and the rumor suggested that prototypes of the product were already in […]