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Dell is planning to release a 24-inch 4K monitor, according to data on the company's Web site.
Ruslan Kogan has shown off his own Ultra HD TV, a 55-inch model he plans to sell for under a thousand bucks.
Both Samsung and LG will be showcasing TVs at CES 2014 with a 105-inch, curved Ultra HD TV panel. The screens will use the cinematic 21:9 ratio, and use LCD technology instead of OLED.
Dell's website hinted it early, but there's now an official announcement: the Texas company has released the first 24-inch Ultra HD monitor on the market.
Qualcomm has announced an updated processor and LTE modem within its Snapdragon 800 family, with the new chip headed to smartphones, tablets and Ultra HD TVs.
Hisense is bringing its 4K/UHD TVs into the local market, with three models ranging from 84 to 58 inches.
While Australia's free-to-air networks insist on showing shows from the '60s, '70s and '80s on our high-definition channels, the International Communications Union (ITU) has met to begin nutting out the standards governing 4K and 8K broadcasts.
A year later than expected, the HDMI 2.0 specification is done, paving the way for high-end TVs that can show video at 60 frames per second.
The Blu-ray Disc Association has confirmed that a task force is evaluating proposals for adding new features such as 4K playback to the format.
Sharp's ICC Purios has the only THX Certified Ultra HD TV, but at AU$30,000 can it make a splash on the market?