Following their showing in New York last month, it’s time for Australia to see the Samsung 2018 TV lineup. It’s an impressive offering. Overall, the
The Panasonic 2018 TV lineup includes two new FZ1000 and Fz950 OLEDs. It also has upgraded UltraHD LCD/LED TVs.
While there wasn’t a word mentioned of it during Hisense’s press conference at the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, the Chinese TV manufacturer has confirmed
Adding to the 2017 Series 7 Ultra High Definition models, up-and-coming TV maker Hisense’s new Series 8 and Series 9 ULED TVs are now hitting
Chinese TV giant Hisense is pushing more firmly into the premium TV market with its latest range of TVs. Tagged ULED, the Series 7 TVs
As I mentioned the other day, I spent some quality alone time recently with two new LG TVs in the offices of LG’s marketing firm.
Last week, in lieu of my usual preference for reviewing TVs in my office, I spent a bit of time with two of LG’s latest
Samsung's new 4K TV is built to masquerade as a picture frame for the times when you want your TV to disappear.
Samsung launches its new premium range QLED TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Are they Samsung's best TVs yet?
Have you ever wondered why car magazines review Lamborghinis and Ferraris in addition to sensible family movers? Most readers will at one time or another
New TVs are on the way, delivering now just more true to life picture quality, but also the ability to control your home.
Australians love the Melbourne Cup, and this year’s event looks to be even bigger than last year. It’s amazing to consider that in 2012, over
After years of false starts, promising prototypes and plenty of competition, OLED technology is about to blow away the television market. We explain what makes going organic such an enjoyable experience.
High definition is so yesterday. The future is now ultra definition, a.k.a UD or 4K. OK? This new breed of tellybox will land in select stores before the end of the year, but should it be on your technology to-do list?
While technology might be our beat, you can have tech without science, and this is one of the more interesting science-y stories we've seen all year.