Moving and connecting your TV can be such a hassle sometimes because you have to deal with cables, and the real problem starts if you don’t have enough cable to connect your TV, but luckily for you, there’s U-verse Wireless Receiver. Continue reading »
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When it comes to the latest technologies behind LCD televisions, Toshiba is always up to the mark. Toshiba unveils its latest Regza series of LCD televisions referred as Toshiba Regza UX600. This latest LCD television series supports 1080p Full HD format.
Sony have unveiled the BRAVIA Z5500, the newest member of the Motionflow 200Hz family. Like the BRAVIA WE5, the Z5500 also has a number of eco-aware features as well as an ethernet port for adding applicast RSS feeds and downloading widgets. The Z5500 also includes the energy saving switch that was unveiled with the WE5 model, check out the full press release after the jump.
Hope everyone is having a good start to the week. Here’s something which we meant to post about but somehow ended up not doing so earlier on this year. Its about Sony’s new Bravia TV range which focuses on being green, eco-friendly as well as power saving.
Philips has officially unveiled its super wide widescreen TV in the UK on Thursday as it attempts to offer something different to consumers aside from just another thin TV set.
The new model, called Cinema 21:9, will for the time being only come as a 56-inch model which will offer a 21:9 ratio screen. The result means that movies shot in the 2.39:1 format will completely fill the screen.
The Scosche showTIME adapter is basically a simple cable that has a connector at one end for your iPhone or iPod Touch and at the other end a RCA input which virtually all TVs will have. Scosche’s showTIME adapter would be great if you take alot of photos with your iPhone or if you use your iPhone to store videos on trips, it would be a great gadget to have to share your iPhone’s multimedia on any television you come across, for example at hotels, friend’s house and even at meetings.
Did you know today marks an important day in the history of one of our favourite household furniture / appliance – the television! January 26th is a significant date in the history of the television, as it was the day in 1926 that John Logie Baird gave the world’s first public demonstration of a true television system. This happened in his laboratory at 22 Frith Street in the Soho district of London and present for the demonstration were members of the Royal Institution and a journalist from The Times. To celebrate this momentous day, Sony have put together an infographic which plots the history of TV production over the last 50 years. It covers landmarks in technological advancements, and as you can see, many of these coincide with Sony’s own landmark models, showing you guys exactly how much Sony have been involved in the development and advances relating to television technology.
Thanks Mark for sending this in!