high definition televisions

high definition televisions

Roku's Streaming Stick ships in October for $99.99, Vudu added to channel line-up

ITU defines UHDTV resolutions

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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has began to draft new technical recommendation details for Ultra High Definition Televisions (UHDTVs). TV sets capable of displaying 3840x2160 pixels and 7680x4320 pixels will carry the UHDTV moniker, according to The Register. The smaller resolution will also be known as 4K for short while...
ITU defines UHDTV resolutions
Vizio pumps up its HDTV lineup with new 'Ultra HD' 4k TV models
A quick visual look at the best of CES 2013 (infographic)

Hitachi sets Roku-friendly HDTVs, Sound bar for fall sales

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Hitachi has unveiled its fall lineup of high definition televisions and accessories for the US. The new list of HDTVs, divided between the Value series and the UltraVision UltraThin LED series, are also accompanied by 32-inch and 40-inch Sound Bars. Containing six speakers and using Coneq 3D sound processing the...
Hitachi sets Roku-friendly HDTVs, Sound bar for fall sales

Gadgetwise Blog: Wide-angle Cameras for More Pop on TV

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Owners of high-definition televisions can use new wide-angle webcams to put their video calls on the screen....
Gadgetwise Blog: Wide-angle Cameras for More Pop on TV

Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns

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Anyone hoping to get a big screen OLED high definition television for the holidays will likely be disappointed in 2012. In fact, eager buyers could end up waiting until as late as 2016 for a significant selection of OLED TVs to hit store shelves, according to a report from...
Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns
Droid DNA unveiled: Verizon's first 1080p phone will cost $199 on November 21st, pre-orders begin today
Could the next Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram ever debut at CES?

As Sprint Evaluates $25.5B Offer From Dish, The Pay-TV Provider Plays Up Video, Quad-Play Benefits

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Sprint, the U.S.’s number-three wireless carrier, today issued a terse statement saying that it would evaluate “carefully” the “unsolicited proposal” from Dish, the country’s number-three pay-TV provider, to buy the carrier for $25.5 billion. Before today, Sprint had been in the midst of working through a deal to sell a...
As Sprint Evaluates $25.5B Offer From Dish, The Pay-TV Provider Plays Up Video, Quad-Play Benefits

Next Step for TVs: 'Ultra HD'

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Sony, LG and other TV makers gearing up to promote "ultra high-definition" televisions, or UHDTVs, which promise four times the resolution of existing TVs and are likely to be a hot topic at next week's Consumer Electronics Show. For now, though, the TVs remain ultra expensive....
Next Step for TVs: 'Ultra HD'
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