Details on pricing and availability are now official for Sony's 2015 televisions, and the company is focusing on 4K and charging a mint for many models. New for many sets is Android TV, while HDR arrives on the flagships.
We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
The new screen represents a "quantum jump" in brightness, contrast ratio, touch functionality and other key features, according to LG.
The two Korean companies top global rankings with a combined market share of nearly 38 percent.
So you bought a new 4K TV and you're wondering what's on. The answer right now is: not much. But the list is growing. Here's a look at what you can watch now in 4K, and what's coming down the pike in the near future.
Go big or go home. Wait a minute: go big AND go home. With this monitor.
LG and Samsung are among the best-known of South Korea's conglomerates, and their ongoing rivalry is just as famous. We take a look at their closely intertwined histories in part two of this series on chaebols.
LG Display expects to move 600,000 OLED panels in 2015 and 1.5 million in 2016, the company CEO said, with the promise to be leaders in OLED screen technology.
Samsung first introduced its SUHD TVs in January and now they've started shipping, complete with official pricing and a new advertising blitz. But how they compare to archrival LG's OLED TVs remains to be seen.
Outfitted with tech that senses the pressure of your touch, the next model could be dubbed the iPhone 7 instead of the iPhone 6S, claims analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
The craziest TV we've seen at CES 2015 so far, this massive 105-inch SUHD LCD can go from curved to flat at the touch of a button. And it's a real product, shipping later this year.