One of the hot trends at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is ultra high-definition TV’s. But, the new technology is raising questions about whether internet service providers will have the bandwidth to keep up.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas officially opens Tuesday, but our tech analyst’s sneak peak has shown him that innovations in televisions and wearable fitness tech will be two of the top trends.
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fter years of being “on the way”, curved screen HDTVs are here. Samsung and LG have both announced the availability of 55″ models in stores this week. Now sit down: They are each going for around $15,000. These are clearly halo products, but they may point the way to a real future, unlike 3D TV.
A major technology conference was set to begin on Friday in Germany giving Europeans a chance to show off some very sophisticated toys.
Consumers have failed to embrace the new 3-D television sets so far, but a new report says that’s about to change. One research company is predicting sales to soar by almost 500% this year.
Apple appears to be set to make another foray into your living room. A new report says the company may launch an Internet-connected high definition television set before the end of the year.