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Samsung’s Crazy-Cheap 4K Monitor is Even Cheaper Than Usual Right Now

With an MSRP of $700, Samsung’s new 4K display was already one of the best deals in tech, but today, Amazon has it for $100 less.P Packing more than double the pixels of, say, Monoprice’s 2560×1440 IPS display, and the equivalent resolution of four 1080p displays, this offers a pretty […]

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Apple’s OS X 10.9.3 improves Retina tech on 4K displays

Apple released OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks Thursday, an update that improves support for large, high-resolution displays and paves the way for Apple itself to embrace that technology. The update “improves 4K display support on Mac Pro (Late 2013) and MacBook Pro with 15-inch Retina Display (Late 2013),” according to the update description. In […]

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Ultra-High-Definition TV Panels Hit 1 Million In Shipments For First Time; South Koreans Make Lower-Cost Panels

The market for ultra-high-definition (UHD) TV panels reached a significant new benchmark in March when global shipments exceeded 1 million units for the first time, driven by vastly increased deliveries from the industry’s three largest makers of the high-end panels, according to a new report from IHS […]

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Best of iMore: OS X Mavericks goes 4K, iPhone 6 could go 3x

Every week at iMore we publish more breaking news, in-depth reviews, helpful how-tos, and editorial views than you can shake an apple at. While we’re waiting for the week that will be to begin, here’s a look back at the week that was, and at the very […]

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Blackmagic’s Ultra Studio 4K

There are a vast array of codecs today and as an editor you can’t possibly be prepared for every eventuality mainly because every editing platform is limited as to what it accepts, FCPX 10.1.1 being a prime example. I have a Panasonic PX270 that decided to change […]

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AMC’s ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ becomes first show to premiere on Tumblr

AMC is entering a pivotal moment in its existence. Breaking Bad is over, Mad Men is coming to an end and The Walking Dead is still wildly popular, but no longer new. The network is eager to launch new hits and has begun to do so. To […]

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Push for Ultra HD TV Grows: Behind Samsung’s Blockbuster 4K Gladiator Ad

Forget flat screens. The next generation of TVs you’re going to mount on your wall are curved — at least, according to Samsung, which hopes to pioneer this market with its new UHD (Ultra High Definition) TV, capable of displaying video shot in 4K and gently curving inward […]

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World Cup Final to be shown in 4K, but who will get to see it?

Footy fans in Brazil will be able to enjoy World Cup matches this summer in 4K courtesy of host broadcaster Globo. The Latin American media company announced overnight that it will be setting up a batch of Sony’s 65-inch 4K TVs in Rio’s Jardim Botanico neighbourhood. It’ll only be for three games – […]

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The Full Picture: Social TV And Who’s Tweeting About TV

The advent of social media has created Social TV, producing an interactive experience for the TV viewer. The growth in the number of tweets and the number of Twitter TV Authors–people who tweet about TV programming–is astounding. You’ve probably seen the recent addition of notable trends just for TV shows, marked with a TV […]

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JVC Enters Cinema Market

JVC has long been known for making quality and affordable ENG cameras. They have long been a solid alternative to Panasonic or Sony in broadcast situations. JVC is gearing up to become the affordable alternative in the cinema world. JVC has shown 3 prototype cameras, all 4K, […]

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