Samsung has announced a 2018 version of The Frame, a TV the company announced last year that includes a picture frame-like body and displays artwork when the device isn’t in use. For this year, Samsung is announcing a few additions that make it more up
Samsung has dominated living rooms with its TVs in the past, and now the company wants not only your media center but the wall behind it as well. Today at CES 2018, Sammy took the wraps off its new TV it calls “The Wall.” The
Samsung stated today during IFA 2017 that they plan to introduce a 43-inch version of its new and unique television they call The Frame. We don’t know how much it’ll cost or when it’ll be released, but at least we know it exists. Back at
Back at CES, Samsung unveiled an absolutely insane 88-inch QLED television called the Q9. It only took seven months, but now the TV is available for purchase in North America and Korea for a whopping $19,999. You can purchase the Q9 from Best Buy, with
Earlier this year during CES 2017, we told you about Samsung’s oddest television to date. The Frame is a TV that hangs on your wall and acts as a picture frame for when it’s not in use by displaying pieces of artwork. It’s kind of
C Speed. You may have never heard of them, but now’s a good time to learn that they’re the ones responsible for the world’s largest 4K television. It’s called the C Speed 262, and as the name suggests, this thing features a 4K, 262-inch display.
On stage today during the opening I/O 2017 keynote address, Google announced that Android TV will receive a new launcher interface and the Google Assistant later this year. If things fall into place like they have in the past, we can expect these features to
Samsung has announced that as of this Spring, something called the Frame will become available for purchase. What is the Frame, you ask? It’s a specially designed television that resembles the appearance of a typical picture frame which helps to blend easier on your walls.
According to a new report out of Bloomberg, Apple is currently in the process of launching a 4K-enabled Apple TV. This would be the fifth generation of the device and may very well launch this year, according to the article. Reportedly codenamed “J105,” this Apple
Sony has announced a new lineup of 4K HDR-enabled televisions which run Google’s Android TV operating system. Additionally, the TVs come with the Google Assistant which works just like it does on the Pixel. The XBR-X800E, XBR-X850E, XBR-X900E and the XBR-X930E/XBR-X940E series TVs feature 4K UHD
Xiaomi announced their new Mi TV 4 today at CES 2017, a high-end set composed of soundbar speakers and a 4.9mm thick display that has almost no bezel. However, this is no ordinary display for watching Netflix… All of the components needed for the TV
We’ve seen the Google Assistant launch before on the Pixels, Google Home, and the messaging app Allo, but like many companies are doing nowadays, Google is bringing their voice assistant to the television. In other words, the Google Assistant is coming to Android TV over
Westinghouse, Element, and Seiki are all TV makers managed by Tongfang Global, a company many may not have heard of. The products these companies make are usually available at retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, but most of you may have been blinded by
During today’s US launch event for LeEco, the company unveiled four new televisions all powered by Google’s Android TV platform. These TVs range in price from $649 to $4999 and come in screen sizes from 43 inches to 85 inches. Starting with the cheapest option,
Best Buy is currently holding a promotion where if you buy or lease a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge on your choice of network, the retailer will give you a free 32-inch Samsung Smart HDTV. For an extra $250, you can upgrade that set