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The next generation of gaming is here. Seven years on from the release of Sony’s third PlayStation, the fourth has made landfall, bringing with it faster insides, more gaming power, and new controllers and accessories. But is it worth owning?
LG hasn’t spent much time in the tablet area, but that looks set to change, as the company takes what it learned from the G2 smartphone and applies it to an 8.3 inch tablet that you can take anywhere you go.
As much as we’d like, we can’t all just jump on a plane and cross the seas to Europe, which is why we’re always pleased to see technology help out with exploring some of the world’s greatest places.
The household energy story is not just about minimising our carbon footprint, it’s about reducing our household energy bills too. This is getting harder to do, especially as the number of appliances we are using increases as technology improves. So what’s the answer?
If the look and feel of the aluminium HTC One grabbed you earlier in the year, but you like your phones big — and we mean really big — HTC now has an option in the 5.9 inch One Max. We know it’s bigger, but is it as good as the One?
Light-field camera technology has been shown to do some pretty impressive things, like refocus an image after it’s taken, but imagine being able to see these photos in 3D.
Soundbars seem to be a great option for houses that want a lot of sound without wanting to spend big on amps and speakers, but the elongated size and extra subwoofer requirement isn’t for everyone. Fortunately, LG is trying a different approach.
Remember that loud sound test that used to appear before every science fiction film? We’ve all seen the THX blip at least once, and now TV lovers with a need for the best can find that certification on a 4K TV.
Looking for a way to make that desktop a little easier to manage? Widescreen displays are good, but ultra-wide is the thing being embraced now, offering just a little extra width normally given to movies to make working just that much easier.
In its first OLED model, Samsung delivers a cutting-edge visual experience from a single TV that, with its clever Multi-View feature, can also provide two entirely separate and very high quality viewing experiences.