Monthly Archives: September 2013

Panasonic’s First 4K LED TV Leaked Pre-IFA With HDMI 2.0

Panasonic WT600

Over the past few days, we’ve written about the strong possibilities of Panasonic launching its first ultra high-definition television for the consumer market, as well as the next generation of HDMI standard being officially announced at the IFA 2013 consumer electronics trade show which takes place in Berlin this week. During the last 12 hours, there surfaced another piece of ... Read More »

HDMI 2.0 To Be Announced At IFA 2013, Bringing 4K@60fps Support

HDMI 2.0

One of the biggest barriers to 4K TV is the lack of compatibility with future HDMI standards, but by the end of this week that’s likely to change with the HDMI Licensing Group set to make an official announcement at this year’s IFA trade show in Berlin. There’s been no confirmation yet, but the organisation has called a press conference ... Read More »

Sky Trials Live 4K Football Broadcast Using Sony’s 4K Camera & TV

Sky 4K

The future of TV could be arriving sooner than we think after British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) successfully carried out its first experimental live 4K broadcast at the weekend. As part of its ongoing trials with 4K resolution, the digital satellite television broadcaster completed a landmark test broadcast of the Premier League clash between West Ham United and Stoke City in ... Read More »