The chip maker is keen on 4K video, but needs manufacturing partners to get on board
Monitors that stretch the width of your desk are so last year. Rob Griffiths decided he wanted to try something new: a 4K high-density screen.
The price premium for 4K TV gets a lot smaller.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is bringing 4K TV content to second screens using tablets almost like magnifying glasses to zoom in on the picture.
At least three TV makers were at IFA last week showcasing sets that could go from flat to slightly curved and back.
Amazon is about to join Netflix in the 4K video fray.
The electronics giant promises "exciting new video products" to come as it shutters its current service.
Google I/O grabbed the headlines last week, but as you'll see in this video report, a few noteworthy items debuted at New York's CE Week.
Startups joined established tech industry players at CE Week in New York to show off a range of wearables, 4K displays, and smart home appliance products.
A new standard adopted by the VESA standards body preserves existing video connectors. possibly at the price of video quality.
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.
While consumer electronics makers and broadcasters are fixated on 4K as the next big thing in television, Japanese broadcaster NHK is looking even further into the future and developing an 8K system.
Equipment makers such as Cisco, Sony, Red Digital Cinema, and Panasonic are opening the door for live broadcasts.
At NAB in Las Vegas Sony debuted its Alpha 7S interchangeable lens camera that can shoot 4K video.
If you've got the hardware, House of Cards will look a lot sharper.