Sony's Bravia S90 4K televisions alter industry curve

Published in Business

Curved screens are shaping up as a key differentiator between top and lower tier television brands, especially those jumping in the race to put an UltraHD television in your home. Sony is the latest to follow the curve, introducing its first (less) curved line of 4K UHD televisions.

Sponsored article: As anyone that’s ever tried to use a monitor over 27-inches will know, that extra screen real estate comes at the cost of lots of neck craning and subtle shifting of your position. LG’s elegant new 34-once 21:9 QHD display though seeks to change that by adding a curved screen into the mix.

RedShark Replay: Here's another chance to read our argument that wider screens would be better than 8K. Screens are getting wider: wider than widescreen. And this is a good thing

Consumer OLED 4K displays for professional use?

Published in Technology & Computing

The rise of OLED 4K televisions raises the question: are we nearing the time when consumer displays will be suitable replacements for professional monitors?

World's first 4K digital signage - in Las Vegas!

Published in Studio & Broadcast

The world's first 4K digital signage installation arrives in the airport in Las Vegas. Is this a (digital) sign of things to come?

LG has been highlighting its role in a significant concert held in Iceland over the summer that sought to bring the incredible beauty of a pure black aurora-filled sky to an urban audience.

While the rest of the top tier television manufacturers are dropping prices of their 4K/UHD televisions, LG aims to trump the competition with the world's first OLED 4K television and a massive pre-release price cut.

LG unleashes a pre-emptive strike on the competition by announcing its CES lineup weeks before the show.

Amazing Displays: Large OLED Screens are coming

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Big OLED TVs are coming. It's been a long wait (and it'll probably be even longer until we can afford one!) but you'll be seeing these gorgeous displays in the shops soon.

That quote is essentially what virtually every online reviewer on a UK Department store's site said about LG's 65EC970V OLED TV. I thought that too. 

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