Monthly Archives: February 2014

In-Store Demo Doubles Consumer Interest in 4K Ultra HD TV

In-store demo

It’s been repeated many times – seeing is believing, and if you don’t take our word for it, just go and stand in front of an ultra high-definition (UHD) TV yourself and you’re sure to be won over by its jaw-dropping graphics. That’s the advice from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), which cites two separate studies undertaken recently: Consumer Perceptions ... Read More »

Sony Spins Off Bravia TV Arm, Will Focus On 4K Ultra HD

Sony X95 4K LED TV

Sony is cranking up its efforts to rescue its failing television business, which has been bleeding money like there’s no tomorrow in spite of its aggressive push into the 4K TV market. So what’s the next step for the famous Japanese brand? Simple – it’s going to spin off its Bravia TV division into a separate business entity, which is ... Read More »

Like Sky, BT Also Trialling 4K Sports But Through Fibre Optic

BT has joined Sky TV in the race to become the first British broadcaster capable of delivering 4K content into our homes, announcing plans to take advantage of its super-fast broadband network and growing roster of sports. Sky TV has already carried out 4K trials of FA Premier League matches using satellite broadcasts, but BT thinks it could have an ... Read More »

Samsung Smart TV Gets The Weather Channel App

Samsung TV owners should never be caught in the cold again, after the Korean firm announced a new partnership with The Weather Channel to deliver its app onto its smart TVs. The Weather Channel’s new app features live TV streaming, severe weather reports, detailed weather forecasts and user-generated content. The app has been made available to download today in the ... Read More »