The Regza 55X3 QFHD TV, the world's first 4K screen for the consumer market, is brilliant with or without 3D, though the depth effect seems subtle at first blush.
Toshiba is prepping the world's thinnest and lightest tablet and laptop for CES, and that's just the tip of its technological iceberg.
People buy TVs for their image quality and screen size, not apps, so it's hard for TV makers to stand out. But there are rays of hope, IHS says.
Transparency and flexibility are qualities you look for in a person, but how about a screen? Samsung showed off two prototypes at CES that we'll soon see in cell phones, computers, and TV.
When it comes to very high-resolution video, researchers concluded that a new video compression technology is a big step up from today's prevailing H.264 standard.
There's all this buzz about 4K resolution. You don't need it, and probably never will.