Television News

LeEco Adds TVs, Phones To Amazon

LeEco's expansion into the US consumer market continues to grow. The Chinese company brought a couple products to Target retail stores earlier this month and now it has placed products on Amazon. US customers can purchase phones like the Le Pro 3 and a range of 4K TV models.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4 Is Only 4.9mm Thick

Xiaomi's first presence at CES 2017 went very well, we would say. Aside from the expected new color option for Mi Mix, the company surprised us with a few other announcements. Among them is the new modular Mi TV 4 SmartTV as well as the Mi Router HD.

Samsung Unveils New QLED TVs At CES 2017

The first announcement from Samsung at CES 2017 was the new flagship televisions, the QLED series. The series consists out of three models, the Q7, Q8 and Q9, which will challenge other OLED TVs. The biggest advantage of the new QLED series is the improved brightness

LG Unveils "Lightest, Thinnest" OLED TV

LG has introduced multiple OLED televisions at CES, one of which it claims is the "lightest, thinnest, most beautiful TV on the planet." The Signature W7 Super UHD TV comes in at just 2.57 mm thick, allowing it to appear flush on your wall. It's running LG's webOS 3.5.

BBC, ITV To Launch US Streaming Service

American fans of British television will soon have a streaming service just for UK content. BBC Worldwide and ITV are partnering to roll out BritBox, a service that brings British television content to the US. Current shows will be available 24 hours after their premiere.

HBO Now Added To Google Daydream

HBO Now content can now be viewed in a virtual reality (VR) environment using Google's Daydream system. For now, that means the app works on the Daydream View headset, which is only compatible with a few handsets. Viewers will be placed in a home theater-like setting.