Never mind that nobody knows exactly what to call it (Ultra HD 4K, 4K Ultra HD, UHD, just Ultra HD, or just 4K), the industry has settled on the next big thing for television and, unlike the tepid response 3D technology received in years prior, Ultra HD is in a strong position to take over in the years to come.
It won’t just be Ultra HD televisions that will be making headlines this year, either.
4K content and the means by which it will be delivered to viewers is also coming.
4K Ultra HD was such a prominent theme throughout the year 2013 that we felt it deserved its own category.
And Panasonic’s TX-L65WT600 stands head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to both specifications and performance, at least until new UHD models are announced when CES 2014 rolls around next week.
Crossroads Books $20 Million In Television Ads For Six Senate Races Huffington Post WASHINGTON (AP) — High-dollar donors' favorite political machine on Tuesday began booking another $20 million in television air time for an autumn advertising blitz...
Television stations get new requirements on posing political ad file online Tribune-Review Starting Tuesday, every commercial television station in the nation was required to begin posting its political advertisement file online through the Federal...
Who would have thought that streaming set-top box manufacturer Roku would actually introduce a TV before Apple?
Well, it looks likely that’s going to happen, thanks to partnerships with Hisense and TCL that will make Roku’s streaming video platform available directly on a new generation of smart TVs launching later this year.
NBC Bay Area "Seinfeld" Celebrates 25 Years on Television NBC Bay Area "Seinfeld" Celebrates 25 Years on Television. The show's hold on fans as it hits its 25th birthday suggests "nothing" might just last forever.
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