Samsung showed off its 2014 range of OLEDs and 4K TVs at an event at the Bellagio's Hyde Room which included the 85-inch bendable TV.
Organic light-emitting diode-based TVs stole the spotlight at CES 2012, but there was plenty of other juicy TV news. Check out the full wrap-up from CNET's David Katzmaier and Ty Pendlebury.
Is the display on your phone too small for you? If this prototype pans out, the solution will be simple. Stretch it.
How do OLED TVs from Sony and LG work? MIT professor Vladimir Bulovic explains using a glowing pickle and an accent to die for.
Sony booth guy: "Well, sir, OLED stands for Organic LED." American dumbass: "Okay, organic: I don't care. Why should I care about this thing?" What, you think these are free-range LEDs?
The ability to "print" organic light-emitting diodes could bring down the cost of flexible, energy-efficient lights.
In a research note outlining the leading display technologies in 2014, DisplayMate Technologies Raymond Soneira claims Apple has some catching up to do.
The Moto X's display proves that OLED technology has made big strides in the last year or so.
LG's 77-inch OLED features a 4K resolution and is one of the first to have a release date, but no pricing yet.
Pricing not available
LG has announced its full lineup of 4K televisions for 2014 with 12 models including a monster 105-inch LCD and two curved OLED series.