This week, retailer TigerDirect.com is offering up a free HDTV. Yeah, you can't beat that.
As the first 4K UHD film is downloaded, a camera capable of shooting 6K video makes high definition look like a flickbook.
The Sony Xperia SP is a 4.6-inch Android phone with a high-definition 720p screen for crisp and detailed films, games and websites.
Samsung will unveil an 85-inch Ultra High Definition TV in the new year, and it's already bagged a prestigious innovation award.
4K, the next-wave in high-res TV tech, has been officially redubbed Ultra High Definition, to avoid consumer confusion.
The Consumer Electronics Association has announced that the consumer name for 4K will be Ultra HD and gears up for displays to be shown off at next year's CES in Las Vegas.
The Google Nexus 7 can now shoot video in 720p on its front-facing camera thanks to a sneaky mod from a user at XDA Developers.
YouTube is now renting high definition films, with both new releases and classic movies on offer. And Fast Five.
Audio Research was the original "high-definition" company in the early 1970s, long before HDTV came on the scene.
XtremeMac's FS1 High Definition Earphones are a more affordable alternative to Shure's E4cs.
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