4K is already old hat. Rapidly falling prices are causing TV makers to push ever more elaborate features -- that's why Quantum Dots, HDR and curved, bendable and ultra-slim sets were so prominent this year.
HDR, or High Dynamic Range, was one of the big TV tech announcements at the show. Multiple companies, including Samsung, Sony, Dolby, and Netflix, discuss a contrasty future.
There aren't many picture quality weaknesses inherent in OLED display technology, but LCD TVs can get brighter. A prototype OLED TV billed as HDR (high dynamic range) aims to address that gap.
Despite the tough market, Samsung says it has high expectations for its new premium ultra-high-def TVs and its new Tizen smart TVs.
Sony has announced what it claims is the thinnest LCD TV in the world. The 55- and 65-inch sizes of the X900C series have cabinets that measure just 0.2 inches thick at their thinnest parts.
Perennial South Korean rivals Samsung and LG trade blows at CES over competing TV technology, and what will win over consumers in 2015.
Huge TVs packed with fancy features are again a big theme at the Consumer Electronics Show. Though the screens are shiny and beautiful, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on whether all that tech makes a difference for your viewing pleasure.
From OLED to SUHD to pixel splitting to flexible, CES 2015 is bursting with new TV technology. Here's a photo tour of the coolest big screens we've seen so far.
OLED gives the best picture quality we've ever tested, and LG Display's prototype 65-inch TV improves that picture with brighter highlights for higher dynamic range.
Panasonic has announced a 4K-native Blu-ray player at CES 2015 in anticipation of the forthcoming UHD standard.
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