by Digital Dan Dubno Ok, so you’ve gone to the superstore and plunked down just under a thousand dollars for a massive 4K ultra high resolution screen. Aside from a few BlueRay discs you might still have around the house, what will you watch that is pixel-worthy?  Getting bandwidth that can support streaming 4k video Continue Reading →
Vizio P Series 4K TV
Vizio officially launched its P-Series 4K TVs on Tuesday night, which start at $999 for a 50-inch set and go up to $2,499 for a 70-inch set — the first mainstream 4K TVs to be that aggressively priced. To celebrate, the company held a party in a New York art gallery, where the TVs were showcased Continue Reading →
Much of the world is shifting to streaming video delivered over the Internet, but don’t count out optical discs just yet. The Blu-ray Disc Association is most of the way done defining a version of its optical disc technology that can handle high-resolution 4K imagery, the group said Friday at the IFA electronics trade show Continue Reading →
Your local Best Buy is about to get even more crowded. Sony is set to join other companies in building its own store-within-a-store at the huge retailer. Starting in May, the “Sony Experience at Best Buy” will come to 350 locations and be staffed by Best Buy employees with specialized training around Sony’s products. Home Continue Reading →
Samsung really wants to offer consumers who buy one of its new, 4K-capable TV sets access to ultra-high-definition content — and it has found a pretty remarkable way to do so: Beginning next month, the company will start to sell consumers a hard drive pre-loaded with 4K movies. The price tag of this product, which Continue Reading →
International CES 2014 is in the history books, and it was the most exciting CES in recent memory. 3D Printing, Connected Living, Fitness Tech, Wrist Revolution, 2 in 1 PCs, Intel RealSense™ and Qualcomm’s open source All Joyn™ alliance are just a few of the highlights I’ll cover in this multi-part CES wrap-up. But let’s Continue Reading →
Ultra HD TVs are breathtaking to look at, but there’s a major roadblock when it comes to marketing them to a widespread audience: a lack of content. Amazon is looking to change all that, though, as the site is now shooting all of its original TV shows in 4K. Amazon kicked off its original content Continue Reading →