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    Xiaomi's 50-inch Mi TV 4A offers 4K HDR for just $375

    Xiaomi has introduced a 50-inch TV in the Mi TV 4A series, which offers a 4K panel with HDR and Dolby audio for just $375. The 50-inch display features an 8ms dynamic response, contrast ratio of 5000:1, 178-degree viewing angle, HDR10, and the new Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) broadcast standard. The...
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    Philips' kitchen-friendly TV packs Google Assistant

    Philips has crammed Google Assistant into its new Android TV for kitchens, so it can keep you entertained, recite recipes, and even offer cooking and chopping tips.
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    Haier announces Android TVs at CES 2018

    Haier -- owner of GE Appliances -- has announced new Android TVs for mid-2018. The TVs will come in both 4K and 1080p flavors in a variety of sizes.
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    NVIDIA's new 65-inch 4K gaming displays also run Android TV

    NVIDIA has unveiled 65-inch gaming displays which are aimed at hardcore PC gamers who want a huge screen, and have impressive specs like a 4K resolution, HDR, as low as 1ms latency, and a 120Hz refresh rate. They also run Android TV. Expect models from Asus, Acer, and HP to start the lineup.
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    Samsung's 2018 4K TVs add Bixby AI

    Samsung's 2018 Smart TV platform is getting an upgrade with the addition of its Bixby AI voice control platform, as well as integrated SmartThings technology. That home automation hub support will "offer easier sharing, connectivity, and an overall simplified way to control the television and...
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    T-Mobile will launch a TV service in 2018

    T-Mobile has revealed that it's launching a TV service in 2018, and that it has acquired Layer3 TV (a company that integrates TV, streaming and social networking) to make this happen. It claims that it can "uncarrier" TV the way it did with wireless service.
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    Deal: NVIDIA Shield Android TV for $149

    If you live in the United States, you can now purchase the Shield TV for as little as $149. This is the variant of the Shield TV that only comes with the regular remote and not the game controller.
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    Google Home will now play news videos on your TV using Assistant commands

    The Google Home doesn't have a display of its own, but it's becoming very good at controlling other screens around your house. You can start playback of content from Google Photos, YouTube, and others with a simple voice command, turning the Home into a voice-controlled TV remote. Google has now...
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    Deal: free 32-inch TV when buying the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

    Best Buy has a great deal on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge today. The retailer is giving 32-inch Smart HDTVs with the purchase of either handset on AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon.