LED LCD and OLED are the two major TV technologies that will fight for your TV buying dollar over the next few years. Here's how they compare.
We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
LED LCD, OLED, and plasma. Of these current TV technologies, which one comes out on top?
There's been some confusion as to what High Dynamic Range is when it comes to TVs. The same term is used in photography for an eye-catching hyper-realistic effect. That's not what the TV feature does. Here's the difference.
If you're looking to connect a computer to a TV or monitor, your choices are HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, and VGA. What's the best connection?
Surely an $1,100 Ultra HD 4K TV can beat out a $500 plasma. Right?
Let's see how Apple's smartwatch fares against the competition.
Confused about quantum dots, HDR, MEMS and other new TV tech? Here's what all of 2015's TV buzzwords mean.
Quantum dots promise better color and better efficiency for TVs. Here's how they work, and what they can do for modern TVs.
LG is the first major TV maker to officially announce pricing and availability for its 2015 lineup, rolling out a 65-inch 4K OLED for $9,000 and four series of 4K LED sets, starting at $1,400.
LG is touting its ColorPrime branding on its 2015 lineup of 4K LCD TVs, which includes models with Quantum Dot and others with Wide Color LED technology.