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Sharp 85-Inch TV Unveiled at CES 2014

Early reports from CES 2014 showed that this year might be the year of the humongously-big TV, with Samsung and Vizio both unveiling TV’s topping the 100-inch milestone. Of course, both TV’s feature the newest 4k technology, allowing one to view TV as one has never viewed it before. That was until Sharp revealed their designs for an 85-inch, 8k …

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Netflix: All Originals (And ‘Breaking Bad’) To Be 4K, 3D Support May End

All of Netflix’s original shows will be produced in 4K, according to the company. CEO Reed Hastings said as much at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, where he promoted the company’s use of the ultra HD video format along with partnerships with TV makers. We knew that House of Cards: Season 2 was produced in 4K, and a new …

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CES 2014: Toshiba Announces 4K Display Notebooks

As the notebook segment’s decline has continued, PC manufacturers are now turning toward a handful of features that they hope will lure consumers away from popular bargain-priced tablets. One of these features is an ultra HD display, which could let users view and work with 4K content for a fraction of the price of current ultra HD TV sets. At …

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CES 2014: Vizio Unveils 120-Inch Ultra HD TV

Vizio this week has one-upped Samsung in what is sure to become an ongoing ultra HD TV size pissing contest. Just before the end of 2013 Samsung unveiled its 110S9, a 110-Inch ultra high definition (UHD) TV. Today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Vizio revealed that it will soon sell a 120-inch UHD TV. Vizio’s new Reference Series (R-Series) …

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Here’s A 4K Video On YouTube (House Of Cards Trailer)

Last week, reports came out indicating that YouTube would be showing off 4K video at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. Netflix has just put out a new trailer for House of Cards: Season 2, which comes with a 4K viewing option (2160p), in addition to 1440p, 1080p and 720p HD options. According to a report from Giga Om, Google …

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‘House Of Cards’ Season 2: Netflix Releases New Trailer

Netflix has released a new official trailer for the upcoming House of Cards: Season 2: This is the third trailer Netflix has released for the second season of its flagship original series. The first was just a teaser, then a real trailer was released a few weeks ago (“And the butchery begins.”). The season will be made available to Netflix …

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Affordable 4K TVs Are Coming Soon

With TV manufacturers now giving up on mistake that was 3D, the entire industry is now looking for ultra HD to increase TV sales in the coming years. So far the technology has shown promise, but real sales growth has been hindered both by exorbitant hardware prices and a severe lack of ultra HD content. However, these factors could change …

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YouTube To Reportedly Show Off 4K Video At CES

It looks like Google is doing its part to make 4K video available to the masses. The company will reportedly show off 4K on YouTube via its own ultra HD VP9 codec at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas next week. This is according to GigaOm’s Janko Roettgers, who reports that Google has “lined up a whole list of hardware …

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GoPro Demos Shaun White’s New Halfpipe Trick

GoPro camera has posted a clip of U.S. snowboarding champion Shaun White, as he perfects a new halfpipe trick called the frontside double-cork 1440 in preparation for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. The frontside double-cork 1440 is similar to White’s Double McTwist 1260, though it adds another half revolution of rotation inside two head-over-heels flips. White commented on the …

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‘House Of Cards’ Season 2 Is Made For 4K Ultra HD

Last month, Netflix added a handful of videos to its streaming catalogue as part of a test for 4K Ultra HD video content, which the company will launch next year. It just so happens that the first real Ultra HD offering from the company will be the second season of House of Cards, which debuts on February 14th. Stuff shares …

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Apple Updates Final Cut Pro Ahead Of New Mac Pro Launch

Apple excited many of its more hardcore fans earlier this year with the announcement of a new Mac Pro workstation. The new machine, which starts at $3,000, is being positioned as the work machine video professionals will use to edit 4K video. In anticipation of that, Apple has gone ahead and released a meaty update for its Final Cut Pro …

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4K TV Market Predicted to Take Off Next Year

Now that the 3D TV movement is essentially dead, manufacturers are pushing 4K TV as the next big reason for consumers to buy a new TV. With 4K content almost nonexistent and 4K TV sets priced far higher than similar-sized HDTV units, those manufacturers haven’t had much luck yet. Next year could be the tipping point, though, if a new …

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