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Sony’s 16K Screen is Bigger than a Bus

Sony's made a mahoosive 16K screen for a beauty company that stretches between two floors, and it is ridiculous. Read More >>

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Now We Know How Much an 8K TV Will Cost (So Much)

Most of the major TV makers were eager to show off their enormous 8K sets in January, but if you were struck with TV envy, you were frustrated because no one at the show was willing to talk about how much over 33 million pixels would cost. But Samsung announced availability and pricing today for its 8K Q900 series—so prepare to spend £15,000 if you want 85 inches of 8K TV. Read More >>

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CES 2019: What Made TVs Fascinating at CES This Year

It’s hard to imagine CES without TVs, and this year that almost happened. This is not to say there weren’t any TVs in Las Vegas. There were a lot! There were 8K TVs, OLED TVs, QLED TVs, big TVs, small TVs. But it’s hard to explain how they’re meaningfully different than the fancy TVs we were excited about at CES last year. Well, for one, you can buy some of the coolest things now. We also saw completely new TV tech rear its head. And everything is big, big, big. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Remember Samsung’s Massive Wall TV? Now There’s A Bigger One

At CES 2019 Samsung unveiled The Wall - a bloody huge TV that certainly lived up to its namesake. Read More >>

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CES 2019: TCL’s 8K TVs Are Coming to the UK

Half of us haven't got round to upgrading our TV sets to 4K yet, but manufacturers have stock to shift, so this year's CES is all about the 8K TVs. Read More >>

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CES 2019: Apple’s Snuck Its Way Into LG’s 2019 Televisions

Today LG announced its high-end 2019 television sets. Not anything crucial like model names or prices—just that the sets were coming and they’d be nicer than what we already have. Also, we learned that they’d support Apple AirPlay and HomeKit. Yup, Samsung and Vizio aren’t the only TV makers playing nice with Apple this year. Read More >>

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Don’t Expect OnePlus’s Smart TVs to Arrive in the UK for the Foreseeable Future

Back in September OnePlus announced that it was branching out from the phone industry, revealing plans to start making smart TVs as well. We haven't heard very much about those plans in the months since, but now it's been revealed that you probably shouldn't look forward to buying one. Sadly there are no plans for OnePlus TVs to come to the UK, Europe, or the US. Bummer. Read More >>

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At Least We All Have a 70 inch TV Now

John Lewis, the retail chain not the man on Twitter who's about to get busy again, has revealed some stats about the sort of junk the nation buys from it. The headline WTF number is that the size of TVs people purchase continues to grow exponentially, with sales of 70-inch models particularly on the up. Read More >>

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I Don’t Have Enough HDMI Ports for This Shit

In a move looking to capitalise on the success of Nintendo’s mini retro consoles, today Sony announced a mini PlayStation Classic for $100. And even though Sony has only revealed five of the 20 games that will come pre-installed on the mini PSX, I’m a sucker for this particular vein of nostalgia marketing, and I can already feel the money evaporating out of my wallet. But there’s just one problem: I don’t have nearly enough HDMI ports for this shit. Read More >>

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Here’s All the Coolest Stuff From Europe’s Biggest Tech Show

IFA is Europe’s largest technology trade show and its origins go back to to 1924, a solid 50 years before CES was even a thing. It was the first place people were introduced to the compact audio cassette and early portable TVs. Here’s a look at all the coolest stuff from IFA 2018. Read More >>

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LG is Rolling out Google Assistant to TVs in the UK

We've all noticed that recent trend of AI assistants hitting gadgets, letting you control them with your voice rather than upending the sofa to find the remote for the millionth time. That trend has been extending to TVs the past 12 months or so, and the latest adoptee is LG who have announced TVs in the UK will be getting an update with Google Assistant. Read More >>

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Clever Hacker Got His Nintendo Switch to Work On an 80s Sony Watchman Without Any Wires

Before the Nintendo Switch, iPhone, and even the Game Boy, the 1986 Sony Watchman was my first gadget obsession. When the digital TV switchover happened a few years ago, my handheld TV was relegated to a drawer as there’s now nothing to watch on it. But that’s why I’m super excited to see that someone has figured out how to get their Switch running on its tiny, black-and-white screen. Read More >>

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Samsung’s Best TVs Now Come With an Invisibility Cloak… Sort Of

For years, Samsung has been trying to make TVs look pretty even when you’re not watching TV. The company just announced the latest lineup of its flagship QLED TVs with an all-new feature called Ambient Mode. Basically, thanks to some hardware trickery, Ambient Mode can replicate the texture on the wall behind your TV and almost make it disappear. It’s sort of like an invisibility cloak for your TV. Read More >>

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It’s Easier to Understand How TVs Work When You Watch Them at 380,000 Frames Per Second

Despite feeling like ancient, antique technology at this point, the monstrously-heavy CRT television you grew up with was an engineering marvel, as the Slow Mo Guys reveal by filming an old-school TV at an astonishing 380,000 frames per second. Read More >>

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A First Look at the Incredible Future of 8K TVs

Do you remember back in the '90s, when high-definition TVs first started to become popular? Seeing that HD for the first time, the sharpness seemed almost impossible compared to existing technology. But this year, several top tech companies showed off 8K screens with 16-times as many pixels as those old 1080p HD TVs. For me, seeing these new super sharp TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) felt like the first time all over again. Read More >>