LG has unveiled its lineup of premium TVs for 2021, introducing the new OLED evo technology, along with new QNED and NanoCell models. The new models have improved AI processing and more.
Earlier this week at CES, LG announced its lineup of OLED and Super UHD TVs, with its ThinQ AI feature. Now, the company has confirmed that support for Amazon's Alexa will be included.
One of the biggest electronics shows in the world kicks off next week, and we will be there to bring you all the latest news and product info. In the meantime, here's a rundown of what to expect.
On February 7th, online retailer Amazon quietly killed off its price matching for TVs. But If you have purchased a TV before the 7th, you are still entitled to the Low Price Guarantee.
More bad news for Sony today. They have not only a suffered security breach once again, they also have issued a new recall notice for BRAVIA LCD TVs. Apparently, the TVs can overheat and melt.
Dell is to branch out even further into consumer electronics goods, the company's COO said yesterday. The scheme, which echoes recent moves in that direction by Gateway, will see the PC maker add flat-panel TVs...