British brand Cello unveils £799 55inch QLED TV

Cello may not be a company you're that familiar with (at least I wasn't until the product launch this lunchtime at the beautiful London Edition Hotel). But it's actually that rare thing: a British electronics manufacturer. Whereas most TVs are made in the Far East, Cello actually make theirs in the North East - Bishop…

#IFA17: Bang & Olufsen 55/65inch TVs with LG’s OLED technology, motorised stands

High end Danish TV manufacturer Bang & Olufsen has partnered with Korean giant LG for its latest range of televisions, the new 55inch and 65inch BeoVision Eclipse. The TVs integrate 3-channel 450 Watt SoundCentres (stereo plus centre channels) and boast a distinctive visual appearance that mixes glass with coloured fabric or aluminium. For the first time…

4K TV Review: Polaroid Series 6 HD Smart 3D LED 65in TV, £1099

Polaroid has launched two cut price, Ultra High Definition (UHD) or 4K TVs. Available exclusively at Asda, Stuart O'Connor reviews the larger 65inch model and asks whether it is worth the money If you've never experienced a big-screen television before, then prepare to be gobsmacked. because the first thing that you notice when you unbox…

How to prevent deaths from TVs tipping over

In Association with TV Furniture Direct  After last week’s news that Ikea’s MALM drawers killed two toddlers in separate incidents, industries have gone into overdrive about re-affirming the safety of their products or adapting them to be safer.  Ikea's own advice is to use wall-anchoring kits to prevent tip over hazards, but a fact that…

Control your TV with your mind. Smart TVs get smarter with MindRDR technology

If this was April 1st then I would be suspicious, but it's not and it seems that being able to control your 'smart' TV with your mind could actually be a thing. Apparently both YouTube and the BBC iPlayer could be set to integrate MindRDR TV (Mind Reader TV, geddit) technology into their content platforms very…

Is it worth getting a curved TV?

Television began life as a big wooden box in the corner of the room with a convex screen (powered by a cathode ray tube) that brought black-and-white programmes into the home. Then came colour. Then the CRT screens gave way to flat plasma, LED and LCD televisions. And we even have 3D TVs. Now, it…

Could CES2015 be when Smart TVs FINALLY got their act together?

This year's CES show, currently underway in Las Vegas, has an abundance of TVs. All of the major manufacturers are there, promising the brightest, widest and curviest displays in history. We'll hear plenty of talk of OLEDs, Quantum Dots and contrast ratios - but something more important has happened on the inside of the sets.…