Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
Chinese TV maker KTC has released its L71F 4K TV. Three sizes are available: 42, 49, and 55 inches.
The two new logos should help consumers find out if a TV, monitor, or projector they wish to buy supports 4K UHD content.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
VESA has finalized DisplayPort 1.3 for audio and video transmission, and it boasts of a maximum bandwidth of 32.4Gbps. Find out what else the new standard entails!
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
At IFA 2014, Samsung unveiled the world’s first and largest bendable television for the European market. This 105-inch model is even bigger than the 85-inch one we saw at CES.
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
Sony's newest S90 4K TV comes in 65 and 75-inch screen sizes, and sports a combination of a curved LCD screen and powerful multi-angle live speaker system.
Tuesday, 5 Aug 2014
Apple has acquired LuxVue, a company working on next-generation micro-LED technology that is said to be brighter and more energy efficient.
Monday, 14 Jul 2014
With the successful development of its two 18-inch flexible OLED and transparent OLED panels, LG Display is saying that it has now acquired the fundamental technologies for building large-sized flexible and transparent displays.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
Following the success of the Chromecast and Google TV, Google is renewing its efforts in the living room by announcing Android TV. Running on Google's just-announced Android L, Android TV will stream content from various sources, just like Google TV and set top boxes, but with an added focus on gaming.
Monday, 16 Jun 2014
Hisense, a manufacturer based in Qingdao, China, has risen to fourth position in the global ranking of total TV shipments by manufacturer. It lost to Sony by a mere 0.1% overall, but defeated the same company and ranked among the top 3 in the 4K and large-screen TV segments.
Sunday, 15 Jun 2014
Racetrack operator of the famous Kentucky Derby horse racing wanted to bring the sport to the next level an invested in a massive sum to build the world's largest 4K video screen at 171 feet wide and 90 feet tall. Can you handle a screen that's larger than 2,200 46-inch TVs?