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Skype Is Axing Its Smart TV App

More and more Skype users accessing the service on their mobile devices, as opposed their television, has lead to the app being axed from Smart TVs.

From June 2016 the Skype for TV application will no longer be supported, with no further updates being made.


Samsung's New TV Remotes Will Control Your Whole Home Theatre Setup

It’s very easy indeed to end up with a couch arm littered with button-clad boxes. But while after-market multi-device controllers exist, Samsung plans to solve the problem straight out of the box with its new smart TV remotes.


LG Is Bringing Magic Televisions To CES

January’s CES will see LG show off it’s new Smart TV range, starring the latest update to its webOS platform with its “magic” features.


LG's 2015 TVs: Everything You Need To Know

Thinking of picking up a new telly? We’ve got all the pricing, release dates, specs and features of LG’s entire 2015 TV line-up all in one place.


3D TV Is Dead. Let's Hope Smart TV Is Next.

Two or three years ago at CES, this post probably would have been about some 3D TV equipped with dorky glasses, maybe a smart set that’s more like a rusty Swiss army knife for home entertainment. This year, things are different. 3D is now a spectre of CES past. With any luck, smart TVs are next on the chopping block.


Samsung's 2015 Smart TVs Will Offer Playstation Now

In the TV space, Samsung and Sony are bitter rivals. Except when they’re not, because there’s a benefit for both sides. That’s the thinking behind a move that will see Samsung’s 2015 range of Smart TVs including Playstation Now compatibility.


LG UB980T UltraHD TV Review: This Picture's Not Worth The Price

The march of progress moves to the beat of early adopters patting their wallets and chanting, “shut up and take my money”. Unfortunately, LG’s latest high-end offering can’t seem to keep up with its price tag.


Samsung's Smart TVs Get A Pretty Sweet App (Finally)

For all the promises that “Smart TVs” make, they aren’t really all that smart. Generally, they’re just TVs with glorified streaming boxes built into them, plus a few unwieldy bells and whistles nobody wants or uses. So when a smart TV app comes along that actually looks cool, it’s pretty shocking.


Panasonic WT600A Ultra HD TV: Australian Review

Ultra HD video still isn’t common, even 18 months after the release of the first UHD TV in Australia. There’s no one-stop shop for buying or renting 4K video, and our dodgy ‘net makes it difficult to stream. That hasn’t stopped all the big Aussie TV makers from bringing out big Ultra HD TVs, though; the Panasonic WT600A is one of the more well-rounded examples you can buy today.


Is This LG's WebOS TV?

Rumours have circulated for some time now about LG working on an open, webOS-powered smart TV. Now, a leaked image provides a glimpse at what that might actually look like.


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