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Who Cares What The Back Of A TV Looks Like?

Over the past few days I’ve heard top executives of two massive electronics companies brag about the design of their television. Normal! Well, it would be if they weren’t talking about the backs of their televisions.


There's A Huge 4K TV Hiding In This Photo

Can you see LG’s super-thin 4K OLED television in the photo above? It’s just 2.57mm thick, giving it a virtually invisible profile.


The Future Of TV Is Beautifully Boring And That's A Good Thing

You could say that, historically, televisions are the star of CES. After all, it was at CES in 1998 that the world saw the first ever high-definition TVs. Plasma TVs debuted at CES in 2001, and OLEDs appeared in 2008. This year, however, everything was pretty damn boring. That’s not a bad thing.


I'm Totally Hypnotised By Samsung's Dancing Modular TV

When the TV explodes into eight individual panels, my mind exploded.


Sony's Blinding TV Tech Is So Intense I Can't Even Photograph It

When I walked up to Sony’s new demo for its forthcoming Backlight Master Drive technology, a rep asked me to please not stand so close with my camera — the technology is still patent pending.


My Eyes Can't Handle The Insanity Of The Philips AmbiLux UHD TV

The Philips AmbiLux UHD grabs your eyeballs by the… er… balls and puts them through some sort of kaleidoscopic inter-dimensional warp hole.


Two Years After Killing Plasma TVs, Panasonic Wades Into 4K OLED

Today, Panasonic tentatively waded into the world of 4K OLED TVs with a new 65-inch set, following the successes of LG and Samsung with the relatively new display technology.


Google's Putting Some Icing On Its Half-Baked Android TV Cake

Last year, Gizmodo declared Android TV an exciting, beautiful mess. “You should probably steer clear till Google gets its shit together,” we said. Today at I/O, Google’s telling us about an updated Android TV that may indicate that its shit is actually being gathered.


Let's Make TVs Accurate, 'Not Enhanced'

AquoMotion, AquoDimming, Auto-Depth Enhancer, Motionflow, Precision Black Local Dimming, Clear Action. These are the marketing names given to common features built into today’s televisions to “enhance” the image. But while they alter the picture in a way that makes it catch your eye, the result often bears little resemblance to how it was intended to look. That’s a problem.


Samsung's 110-Inch 8K Glassesless 3DTV Is Beautiful And Awful

Since we last checked-in on Samsung’s 8K television prototype a year ago, the technology has progressed considerably. The new model that Sammy is showing off at CES is a huge 110-inch monster. Its resolution is even more infinite than I remember it. And then, the switched on the glassesless 3D and I almost threw up on myself.


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