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The Frame by Samsung Is Not a Work of Art, But It Sure Is a Fine TV

The Frame by Samsung is about as pretentious as a television could be. It’s a £1,999 4K TV that doubles as a digital display for works of art. You can even hang it on your wall with a “no gap” mount and attach faux wood panels to the sides so that it looks like painting. Neat idea, sure, but inevitably, The Frame by Samsung is still just a television wrapped in a fancy sales pitch. Read More >>

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Sharp Will Have 8K TVs on Sale as Early as Next March

Despite the fact they've only become affordable relatively recently, 4K TVs have been around for a while. Too long, if Sharp has anything to say about it, because it's unveiled the first wave of its 8K TV and monitor range; which are set to go on sale next March. Read More >>

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Here’s a Stupidly Large 4K TV You’ll Never be Able to Buy

Big tech shows are a great place for tech companies to show off a bunch of outlandish shit that 99 per cent of consumers will never, ever be able to buy. Like this 120-inch 4K TV from Sharp, which it claims is the world's largest UHD LCD TV. Read More >>

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The New, Smaller Samsung Frame TV Is The One That I Want

Samsung's The Frame is a TV that's just as much a piece of art as it is a television. Switch it on and it's a 4K Ultra HD; switch it off and it'll display any of hundreds of pieces of art. And Samsung's just announced a smaller 43-inch version, that interests me a lot more than the existing 55-inch and 65-inch versions. Read More >>

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Look at All These Expensive TVs Toshiba Just Announced

It's IFA time, which means lots of announcements about gadgets great and small. Stuff you can't afford, stuff that'll never be released to consumers, and a few things that might actually pique your interest. Toshiba is Berlin to show off a bunch of new stuff, including these TVs. One of them has Alexa in it, which might be useful. The rest are expensive or concepts, but are nice to dream about none the less. Read More >>

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Samsung Firmware Update Bricks its Own TVs

TVs branded with the ludicrous model numbers of UE49MU7070, UE40MU6100 and UE50MU6100K by Samsung are breaking across the country right now, as a firmware update issued by Samsung is bringing them grinding to a halt. Read More >>

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How to Buy a Smart TV That Won’t Make Your House Sad

In the market for a brand new, shiny, smart TV? The good news is that there’s more excellent choices out there than ever; the bad news is that working your way through all the options can take up precious time you could be spending binge-watching Westworld. Let us ease your purchasing headaches and point out what to look for. Read More >>

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All the Coolest Tech From CES 2017

Heading into CES 2017, we had a good idea as to some of the big trends we’d see. And we weren’t totally wrong — Amazon’s Alexa assistant was baked into gadgets everywhere, even in cars! But looking back at all of our coverage, there was plenty we had no idea about. This is the best stuff we saw at CES 2o17. Read More >>

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LG’s Prototype Displays Are the Future of Staring at TV Screens and Beyond

Every year at CES, LG gives us a look at its craziest ideas for the future of display technology. At a press conference earlier today, the company showed off its refreshed OLED televisions, regarded by many as the best on the market. In a private briefing at the Las Vegas Convention Center, we were shown LG’s bold concepts for the future of displays, which are (unbelievably) getting thinner and brighter. They are among the most lifelike displays I’ve ever seen. Read More >>

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AO and Currys Slammed by Which? for Deceptive Black Friday Tactics

An investigation carried out by Which? has found that a number of retailers are doing exactly what we all suspected, taking advantage of the hype around Black Friday by completely overstating the size of price reductions on products in order to lure customers in. In some cases, it believes the companies have been breaching government guidelines. Read More >>

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Is This CCTV Footage of a Customer ‘Accidentally’ Smashing Four TVs Real?

Somebody’s pushed the viral button on a video purportedly showing a customer accidentally knock over £5,000 worth of smart television in an electronics shop in Cornwall. Read More >>

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50 Sony Bravia TVs Lose YouTube – Proving One Important Rule for Smart TVs

Bad news if you've got one of 50 models of Sony Bravia from 2012 - you're about to lose access to YouTube. Read More >>

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Got an Empty Attic? Here’s a Clever Way To Hide Your Flatscreen TV

They’re nowhere near as huge as the CRT and rear-projection TVs many of us grew up with, but a sizeable flatscreen can still take up quite a bit of space in a room—unless you find some clever way to make it disappear at the push of a button. Read More >>

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The Hisense M7000 ULED TV is a HDR 4K Telly You Can Actually Afford

That’s not a typo. Hisense has unveiled the M7000 ULED TV, a high-spec, low-cost telly that’ll get you both 4K and HDR. There are two models -- the £799 55-incher and the £1,199 65-incher (for those of you with slightly wider TV stands). Read More >>

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Sky Will Give You a Free Telly With its Family Bundle

Sky's latest attempt to wrestle some excitement back from the streaming services is quite the big money promotion, with the satellite broadcaster offering a free 32-inch LG TV to new customers taking out a Family Bundle. Read More >>