Television News

Facebook Working On A Streaming TV App

Facebook is said to be working on an application for streaming television content. A report from The Wall Street Journal says the app is being built for set-top streaming devices. It'll specifically feature video content rather than just giving a new way to access the News Feed.

LG's Signature W7 Super UHD TV Costs $20,000

Earlier this year at CES 2017, LG unveiled several OLED televisions, one of which is the "lightest, thinnest, most beautiful TV on the planet." The Signature W7 Super UHD TV has ultra-thin design, but that also resulted in an extremely high price tag that might back potential

BitTorrent Live Reaches Android

BitTorrent's peer-to-peer TV streaming service is now available on Android devices. The BitTorrent Live app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. It lets you view free programming, including streams related to news and sports. The service lacks major content.

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.