LG has unveiled a new 34-inch curved ultrawide monitor, designed for Windows PCs and Macs, featuring a 21:9 aspect ratio with Quad HD (3440x1440px) resolution, and Thunderbolt 2 connectivity.
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People want high resolution, high pixel density displays, but 4K displays face a chicken and egg problem, and there are three key points where we're just not quite ready.
Rumours are circulating that LG could launch a more powerful version of its not-yet-released G3 flagship smartphone using a newer, faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor as soon as next month.
The BBC has announced that three matches from the World Cup will be streamed in Ultra High Definition as part of closed trials aimed at understanding the best way to deliver 4K content to the home.
Intel has announced a new partnership with Samsung at Computex. The two companies are aiming to halve the price of 4K UHD monitors and make them affordable to a larger audience.
No stranger to the business of high-end displays, Dell has lunged into the UHD market. Today we'll be taking a look at Dell's monstrous 32-inch flagship, the UltraSharp UP3214Q.
Netflix has confirmed that it will offer an option to stream its original series "House of Cards" in a 4K resolution this year but that support will be for a few TVs and not for next-gen consoles.
Microsoft and Toshiba have announced that the PC maker will release two notebooks with 4K displays and Windows 8.1 in mid-2014 including one, the Satellite P50t, with a touchscreen.
Some videos posted on YouTube now have a new “2160p 4K” option in their video settings, which offers viewers a faster way to know they can run certain video clips in full 4K resolution.
Panasonic has announced that it will delay the release of its 20-inch Windows 8.1 4K Toughpad tablet from January until mid-February, due to the tablet somehow affecting radio waves of other products.
If you're a mobile device that's not Panasonic's 4K Windows 8 tablet, Qualcomm would like to help. It has added the Snapdragon 805 processor to its line-up, adding support for 4K resolution and media.
Panasonic will ship its long awaited 20-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with a 4K resolution display to the U.S. in January, but the price will be pretty steep at $5,999.