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Intel demoed an end-to-end 8K 60fps HDR live stream of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 running entirely on its own hardware. The video was encoded on a server with 112 Xeon cores and 384GB of memory.
LG has announced that new QNED Mini LED TVs will be available in July. They will eventually be available in several regions around the world following an initial launch in North America.
LG has said that its 2021 TV line-up will begin rolling out around the world in the first quarter. Each of the displays will ship with webOS 6.0 which was announced in early January.
TCL has announced a handful of products for the home, including new 6-series TVs with 8K resolution, and a new XL Collection, featuring three 85-inch TVs at different price points.
TVs were a big focus at Samsung's booth again this year, although there was a big focus on 8K this time. Also, there was the new Galaxy Chromebook, Windows 10 laptops, phones, and more.
Once again, LG's booth didn't disappoint at CES 2020. The company had another immersive display of curved OLED TVs, and inside of the booth there was a bunch of new entertainment products.
Qualcomm's new flagship chipset has a ton of cool new features, such as 8K video recording, 4K video recording with Dolby Vision HDR, 960fps slow motion, and of course, 5G. Here's a hands on video.
Qualcomm detailed its Snpdragon 865 5G Mobile Platform today. The chipset will include the Snapdragon X55 5G modem, and it will come with a wide array of new camera features like 8K video capture.
Samsung brought a strong game from its entertainment division to CES again this year, showing off 8K QLED TVs, it's newer and bigger Wall micro-LED TV, the Frame TV, and quite a bit more.
LG has unveiled the world's first 8K OLED TV at the IFA 2018 event in Germany. Unfortunately, the firm was very quiet about the specifications, pricing, and release date of the device.
According to a new report, Apple is working on augmented and virtual reality glasses that include a pair of 8K displays, and connect to an external device via 60GHz wireless technology.
Samsung went big on its new TVs this year, literally. It announced a 146-inch MicroLED TV that can actually be resized without compromising performance, along with an 85-inch 8K QLED TV.
Virtual reality continues to be a big draw these days, with many companies jumping into the arena. 4K is the new buzzword, but Chinese company Pimax Kickstarted an 8K headset, which is now delayed.
As usual, Samsung announced some innovative new TVs at CES 2018. These include an 85-inch 8K QLED TV that has artificial intelligence for upscaling, and a 146-inch MicroLED TV, The Wall.
LG Display has announced that it will be giving the attendees at CES next week a glimpse of the world's first 88-inch 8K OLED display. The company hasn't yet announced its price or other details.
Vimeo isn't a streaming service you hear about much anymore, but it is still alive and kicking and offering its users new features. Today, it announced support for HDR content up to 8K.
Just as you thought pixels couldn't get any smaller, Sharp announced a new 70-inch TV set that is aimed at those looking for ultimate reality and detail the eye can not see, for an estimated $9,000.
Vimeo has updated its service to support 360-degree content. The streaming platform will offer a variety of features and tools for creators and will even support video resolutions up to 8K.
In our time at CES 2017, there were a number of trends that stood out. Companies seem to want to put a CPU and a Bluetooth radio in everything, wearables aren't dead, VR is still coming, and more.
Broadcasters and streaming sites are beginning to offer 4K content almost as standard. So time for LG to force their hand again, with the unveiling of the world's first 8K HDR TV.
LG Displays has published a report on 8K displays that includes a reference to the "iMac 8K," an unannounced product that LG claims is going to be released later this year.
Toshiba and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone have both developed software that will be able to aid in the broadcast of 8K-resolution media. They are developing this tech to showcase at the 2020 Olympics