Tag: TV

Samsung goes in a different direction with their own roll-up TV

LG has promised to commercialize their roll-up flexible screen TV in 2019, but arch-rival Samsung was not going to leave that move unchallenged. Letsgodigital has uncovered a design patent for a flexible screen TV which just like LG’s device rolls up into a compact package. Unlike LG’s TV, however, this device

Enjoy streaming and fast performance with the Full HD Samsung T32E390SX Smart 32″ LED TV.

A Smart choice Sit back, relax and tap into the latest and best on-demand apps and catch-up services with your 32E390S TV. From BBC iPlayer to Demand 5 and All 4, you’ll never miss a beat with this Smart TV from Samsung. You can even browse content easily and find your

Christopher Nolan and Paul Thomas Anderson are talking to TV makers about killing motion smoothing

Even if you have a great TV, it can be hard to set it up so that meticulously shot and color-graded movies don’t look like a combination of motion-smoothed soap opera and Saturday morning cartoon. Out of the box, most sets have features like motion smoothing and various color “enhancement”

Movies and TV app update with Timeline and Movies Anywhere support now available to all

A few weeks ago Microsoft updated the Movies and TV app (Films and TV) with Windows TimeLine and Movies Anywhere support.  That update has now come to the Production Ring ie. to everyone who are not Insiders. With Windows Timeline support a searchable history of your activity in the app

Six in 10 food ads on TV push junk food, new study finds

According to a study by researchers from the University of Liverpool, at least six in ten advertisements for food aired on TV during family shows feature junk food like “fast food, takeaways, and confectionery.” The same ads would have been banned from children’s T.V. shows under U.K. regulations because they prohibit the advertising

Netflix redesigns its TV app with a new sidebar for faster navigation

Netflix is making a tweak to its user interface to make it easier to navigate on a TV where you’ll likely have a TV remote or a controller. Netflix’s Stephen Garcia, Director of Product Innovation explains: The new TV interface was designed to make the Netflix experience simpler and more intuitive in a

Microsoft showcases Surface Book in another American TV Show

Microsoft has never been shy of showing off its hardware in movies and TV Shows. The company has a long history of product placements including NFL, House of Cards, Fast and Furious, etc. The company earlier went into an agreement with Netflix to use Surface Studio in their latest movie “Set it up”.

Television content creation in China

Content creation has seen immense growth in recent years, with a shift in focus from mainstream content providers such as traditional television studious to internet-era startups either seeking to expand their portfolios or seeking to increase premium user memberships through exclusive content introduction. In America, this scene has been predominately