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Samsung Throws in The Towel on Plasma TV Production

Electronics manufacturer Samsung is the latest television maker to throw in the towel on the plasma market, announcing that production will end on November 30. Following the shift away from plasma, the Korean company will focus…

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Samsung Display 110″ Ultra HDTV Before CES 2014

This years CES is just days away and with all the major tech companies in the world preparing to promote their newest tech at the show in Las Vegas, you can bet the next few days…

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Samsung Said To Unveil 105-inch Curved UHD TV At CES 2014

Samsung Electronics has announced that it would be unveiling the world’s first, largest and most curved 105-inch Curved UHD TV at the upcoming CES 2014, a global consumer electronics tradeshow in US city of Las Vegas.…

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YieldJet Prints OLED TV Panels Using InkJet Technology

OLED TV panels are the future, there is no doubt about it. If you have doubts about the benefits of an OLED panel, it is because you haven’t seen one yet, with many panels promising infinite…

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Hisense Launch Feature Packed 4K TV For Just $2,000

Ok so maybe the word “just” isn’t quite right when we are talking about something that costs $2,000. Yet with models from Sony’s flagship range costing in excess of $5,000 the new 4K ready smart TV…

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Seiki Release $1,500 55-Inch 4KTV

4K is proving to be far to expensive for many users, and like 3DTV and HDTV before it, it will take a while for consumer demand to pick up and prices to fall. Seiki are at…

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NVIDIA Shield Update To Bring Android 4.3, Console Mode And Gamestream Support

NVIDIA promised that we’d see big upgrades to its Shield gaming system today, and it’s delivering them in spades. A just-launched Android 4.3 update introduces Console Mode. Hook up your Shield to your HDTV, after which you…

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Panasonic To Stop Production Of Plasma Screens Next Year

If the rumours are true and Panasonic really are pulling out of the plasma TV trade next year, then this is indeed a sad day. Not only are Panasonic one of the few companies left in…

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Sky Sports Not Giving Up On 3D, Already Working On 4K

Dedicated 3D services appear to be going the way of the Dinosaurs, BBC have announced plans to shelve their 3D tech for three years, Skys Australian counterpart (Foxtel) are taking a break for the format and…