We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
Sony is rumored to be stopping its research on OLED display technology to concentrate on 4K TVs, but despite early gains the company hasn't been in the race for a long time, but who will take up the slack?.
The Korean electronics giant will only be releasing the curved version of its OLED TV in the U.S., at least for the foreseeable future, the company tells CNET.
LG's monster curved OLED set will ship in just a few days, the company has announced. Better break open the piggy bank...
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265, promises twice the compression possible with Blu-ray’s best video compression methods. But how does it work, and is it enough to get us better-looking 4K content?
Compared with iPhones, today's Android devices never looked so good or so exciting.
I've lived with many of today's top smartphones but simply can't resist the charms of Google's freshest Nexus.
CNET takes you through the five-plus-year process of developing the phone and explains why it's critical to LG's success.
For most shoppers, the answer is yes. The TVs of 2014 have been announced, and unless you're willing to pay extra for cutting edge features and enhancements, a discounted 2013 model is the way to go.
Higher dynamic range was one of the buzzwords (buzzphrases?) at this year's CES. This is a good thing, as it could mean better-than-plasma picture quality.
The carrier continues to bulk up one of the more diverse smartphone lineups in the industry, underscoring its willingness to take a risk on unique devices.