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LG will become the last major manufacturer of plasma panels--assuming it doesn't also exit the business.
Google launches Android TV, with shupport from Sharp, Sony, Asus, and others. It will debut this fal, replacing the forgotten Google TV technology.
One access point can stream to up to three clients using the 802.11ac protocol.
An Asus version of the "Will It Blend" video implies that the company may debut a single integrated device at Computex.
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People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, and people in studio apartments shouldn't buy 80-inch TVs.
Finally, a smart TV interface that isn't stupid.
LG webOS TV
As 4K TV prices become more reasonable and content starts to trickle out, Japanese broadcaster NHK has its sights set on the next step: 8K.
Quick, check the couch cushions. Maybe you'll find four grand in quarters for the 55-inch curved 4K smart TV we named "best of CES."
Consumers seem to have little interest in buying new TVs after upgrading to high-definition models in the last decade.
Low demand caused the U.S. television market to fall nearly 10 percent, IHS says.
Featured at last week's CES show, LG's webOS televisions aggregate live and on-demand content into a single, easy to navigate interface.
We came, we saw, we tried gear out at CES 2014. Here's what we thought was innovative, award-worthy, silly, and/or trending at this giant tech show.
Don't let all the curved OLED TVs at CES 2014 fool you: The tech just ain't there yet.
The TV companies at CES insist this really is the year of 4K and smart interfaces you'll actually want to use. And from what we've seen, we tend to agree—as long as the price is right.