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CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
This broadcasting behemoth is a Super Hi-Vision camera recording a stunning 33 megapixels at 120 frames per second.
The prototype, which is being showcased at the Ceatec technology fair, can zoom in to 4x and maintain full-HD resolution.
Engadget manages to catch an 8K Olympics screening in London and comes away impressed with the sights and sounds.
The chipmaker offers up more details on the Light Peak tech, now known as Thunderbolt, including general availability in some consumer products. Tune in to CNET's live blog for more details.
Super Hi-Vision has been demonstrated before at the International Broadcasting Convention, but this year it will feature live broadcasts for the first time.
If 1080p just isn't enough for you, perhaps you should consider the ultra-high-definition Super Hi-Vision, which offers so much detail you're probably going to need new eyes to appreciate it
The highly anticipated daily publication for the iPad launches this morning at a New York event hosted by News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch and Apple VP Eddy Cue.
In the 20-teens we'll still be shouting at Match of the Day, but the TVs we'll be viewing it on could be very different. We take a look at what the future holds for home cinema.
Brian and Tom take live calls during the recording of The Real Deal as well discuss their road testing of TVs, phones and monitors.
Us Brits may have a proud tradition of innovation, but now we're having our rear-ends handed to us by brilliant Japanese engineers who live, breathe and in some cases eat technology