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Review: LG 65 inch EF950T OLED TV

OLED TVs are finally straightening out, and now that flat is back, it’s time to see if these tellies are worth your cash.

3:51 pm 26/04/2016 By Thomas Bartlett
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VR Friday: StreetView VR

When you think about it, Google’s “StreetView” technology seems like the perfect place to showcase virtual reality, and so someone has taken it upon themselves to make it happen and give Gear VR owners that opportunity because Google hasn’t yet made it.

1:36 pm 08/04/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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LG’s latest crop of TVs is bright, thin, and about HDR in 2016

4K Ultra HD technology isn’t new, but it hasn’t done much to win over new customers outside of the promise of “greater resolution”. Fortunately, a change is coming, with LG and Dolby at the forefront.

3:58 pm 24/03/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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ABC’s iView hits Apple TV, but only the new model

If you’re a new Apple TV owner, you now have one more way of catching up with the national broadcaster. And if you own the old one, well…

11:35 am 09/03/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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NBC to bring reality TV in one streaming package

Reality TV has its hits and misses, but if you’re an avid watcher of any show with the name “Kardashian” or the phrase “The Real Housewives of” in the title, a new Netflix-like service could be for you.

4:55 pm 12/02/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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LG straightens the curve with flat 4K OLED TVs

Ever since it first arrived, OLED TVs have been impressing pretty much anyone lucky enough to sit in front of one, but they’ve always been curved. What if you prefer a flat TV?

3:28 pm 10/02/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Sony’s 2016 TVs are all about the dynamic range

It’s not just enough to support the higher definition content coming from 4K Blu-rays, you have to have a higher range of colours, too, which is precisely what Sony intends to offer this year.

3:12 pm 06/01/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Samsung’s 2016 TVs: better looking and more connected

New TVs are on the way, delivering now just more true to life picture quality, but also the ability to control your home.

9:00 am 06/01/2016 By Valens Quinn
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Symantec finds Smart TVs may not outsmart security exploits

The idea of a “Smart TV” is one that can go online, but when is a so-called Smart TV not quite smart? When it can get hacked.

5:40 pm 25/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Apple TV for 2015 reviewed

The new 4th generation Apple TV went on sale last week in Australia. I’ve been using one in my living room a few days before launch to see what’s new, and most importantly, if it should take pride of place over all of the other ‘streaming’ video devices available.

2:09 pm 10/11/2015 By Valens Quinn

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