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4K TV And Why You Should Probably Wait To Buy One

4K TV And Why You Should Probably Wait To Buy One

By Toni Matthews-El April 16, 2014

Some Americans take “keeping up with the Joneses” to a different level when it comes to the latest technology. Often it’s about having the item just to say they bought it rather than being certain they’re getting their money’s worth. …

LG's 55-Inch OLED TV Will Cost $12K LG's 55-Inch OLED TV Will Cost $12K

A hallmark of CES is that companies always announce bigger TVs to make up for the fact that there hasn’t been any real innovation since the introduction of Smart TVs a few years ago. That trend continues this year as …

iTV: Apple Wants OLED Screen, Samsung And LG Not Playing Ball iTV: Apple Wants OLED Screen, Samsung And LG Not Playing Ball
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Earlier this week we brought you news that Apple was reaching out to major TV component suppliers. Now it seems that Samsung and LG may have been two of those suppliers, and they may not have responded favorably to Apple’s …

Football Fans Prefer To Watch The Super Bowl On TV Instead Of Live Football Fans Prefer To Watch The Super Bowl On TV Instead Of Live

It’s been said that experiencing the real thing is much better than something fabricated, but in the case of this years Super Bowl, it seems the real thing is just not going to cut it. TechBargains.com released a survey recently …

CES 2012: Celebrity Appearances Didn’t Actually Do Much Good CES 2012: Celebrity Appearances Didn’t Actually Do Much Good
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Using big name celebrities to push products is usually good marketing strategy. When people see an entertainer they know and like pushing a product, it makes the product more memorable, and makes them more inclined to buy it. Well, that’s …

CES 2012: Samsung’s OLED TV Rakes In Awards CES 2012: Samsung’s OLED TV Rakes In Awards
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There has been no shortage of amazing things on display at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The unofficial themes of the show this year have been TVs and thinner gadgets. Some of the biggest buzz, though, has come from Samsung’s …

CES 2012: Atlona LinkCast Delivers HD Video To Your TV Wirelessly CES 2012: Atlona LinkCast Delivers HD Video To Your TV Wirelessly

Atlona, a company that specializes in digital connectivity technology, announced their new LinkCast system today at CES. The system, which has won an Innovations Design and Engineering Award, transmits HD video signal wirelessly and seamlessly from a variety of devices …

CES 2012: Google TV Coming To A Lot More TVs CES 2012: Google TV Coming To A Lot More TVs

Google has announced new partnerships with a variety of TV manufacturers. As CES gets underway, several of those companies are starting to unveil their new products. The LG Smart TV is being unveiled at LG’s press conference right now, along …

iTV Aimed At A Market Ripe For Revolution iTV Aimed At A Market Ripe For Revolution

Online gadget shopping and review site Retrovo have released the results of a study into the HDTV market in advance of the Consumer Electronics Show later this month. Though the newest, fanciest HDTVs are expected to feature prominently at the …

Did Vizio Flash New Product? Did Vizio Flash New Product?

Has Vizio snuck one in again? Last year, during the Rose Bowl half-time break, Vizio ran what appeared to be a run-of-the-mill commercial for their products. Then, at the 16-second mark in a 30-second spot, Vizio Chief Sales Officer Randy …

Apple iTV Rumor: Sharp Prepping For Television Display Production Apple iTV Rumor: Sharp Prepping For Television Display Production
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Rumor has it that Apple’s relationship with Samsung is on the outs, and they could be getting cozier with Sharp. The new power couple are rumored to be working on displays for future iPhones, iPads, and possibly the long rumored …

Is Apple Jumping Into The HDTV Market? Is Apple Jumping Into The HDTV Market?

It’s being rumored that Apple could be entering the Internet-connected high-definition television market, as soon as the end of this year. Would you purchase an Apple TV? Let us know. AppleInsider reports that Brian White, of Ticonderoga Securities, was in …

HDTV Sales Set To Increase

There are 28 million U.S. households with an HDTV set, accounting for 25 percent of the population, according to a March 2008 Frank N. Magid Associates study.

During the 2007 holiday season and the 2008 Super Bowl, 5.5 million households purchased their first HDTV set, while 3 million homes bought a second HDTV.

Current HDTV owners are projected to drive demand. Close to 40 percent of HDTV owners said they plan to purchase a second HDTV set within the next year.

UC Berkeley Tightens Ties With YouTube

In September of 2006, UC Berkeley became the first university to have its own page on the Google Video site.  Now, a little over a year has passed, and the college is becoming the first to release videos of entire course lectures through YouTube.

Yahoo Japan Prepares HDTV Portal

Like the idea of high-definition TV?  So, it seems, does Yahoo Japan, which reportedly intends to launch an Internet portal serving HD-ready TVs.  And there are a couple points of interest even for those of us who live outside Japan.

Americans Buy HDTVs For Gaming, Movies

Around 16 million high-definition televisions (HDTV) will sell in 2007 predicts the Consumer Electronics Association, bringing the total number of HDTVs sold in the U.S. to 52.5 million.

Thirty percent of U.S. households have an HDTV and the number is expected to increase to 36 percent by the end of this year. Among HDTV households, close to a third own more than one high-definition set, illustrating the healthiness of the market.

HDTV With Mark Cuban

Micro Persuasion: A Conversation with Mark Cuban: