Acer's new 32-inch display has a stunning 'ZeroFrame' design with ultra-thin bezels, Ultra HD resolution, and "professional-grade color accuracy", with support for 100% of the Adobe RGB color gamut.
...of Windows updates, more Marshmallow, and the Edge of glory
Huawei's MateBook goes toe-to-toe with Surface
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14372 out now for PC and Mobile
The Oukitel C3 is an entry level device that ticks all the right boxes
Nokia Lumia Icon finally gets Windows 10 Mobile upgrade
99% of Windows 10 Mobile devices are Lumias (and other Windows phone insights)
Amazon launched its latest Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD support in the UK last year for £79.99 - but you can now get the entertainment box there with 19% off its regular price, bringing it down to £64.99.
Lenovo's ThinkVision X1 is a $799 27-inch display with 3840x2160px resolution and an ultra-thin 'edge-to-edge' design - and it's also the world's first monitor to get TUV Eye-Comfort certification.
While other manufacturers are rolling out flagships with Quad HD displays - and Sharp is even developing a 5.5-inch screen with 4K resolution - Sony says that it's sticking with Full HD on its phones.
LG will unveil a variety of new monitors and TVs at the upcoming CES, including a 95 inch giant with an 8k resolution. The company believes OLEDs will fly off the store shelves this year.
At $129,000, Samsung's new curved 105-inch ultra-wide Ultra HD TV is a bit beyond the price range of most buyers. But LG has now launched a similar product, and it's much more... um, affordable.
You can now pre-order Samsung's gigantic 105-inch curved TV with Ultra HD / 4K resolution - available for $129,000. (You read that right: one hundred and twenty-nine THOUSAND dollars.)
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.
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.