The digital switchover is nearly complete. How to ensure your television is prepared for the day when the analogue signal is turned off.
From Google TV to 4K picture quality, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week was packed full of telly technology. But what does it all mean and how will it affect your viewing? Read on to find out more.
Lovefilm has scooped up a new deal with ITV as Netflix’s UK launch grows ever closer. Streaming becomes a whole lot easier.
LG has sealed a strategic alliance with Intel which will see the latter’s wireless display technology make its debut in televisions in 2012, and allow people to stream their content from tablets, phones and computer.
Forget Samsung’s bevy of super-slim and much-marketed LED TVs – it’s actually the brand’s plasmas that see it at the peak of its powers and the Samsung PS51D8000 is no exception.
The word ‘premium’ gets bandied about willy-nilly in the TV market, but some sets come along that completely and utterly deserve it. And we’re looking at one of them right no – The Samsung UE46D8000.
With Christmas now just over a month away, it’s the perfect time to plan your festive viewing. With programmes and films galore on the box, how about picking a new TV as the perfect present to yourself?
Panasonic has done it. This 50-inch plasma TV is a true home cinema heavyweight, in every sense of the word. The Panasonic TX-P50VT30B’s backbreaking setup, however, is worth it for one of the most delectable performances of the year in our test rooms.
With smooth and clear 3D that isn’t blighted by crosstalk, blur-free 2D detail and a packed and nicely upscaled Bravia Internet Video smart TV service, the Sony KDL-55HX823 55-inch LED-backlit LCD TV hugely impresses
Samsung’s entrant into this affordable TV face-off certainly hits the ground running, with an ultra-svelte, ultra-cute chassis design that makes the TV look much more expensive than it is.