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  1. MediaTek MT9638 chip aims to bring premium smart TV features to the masses The MT6938 smart TV chip by MediaTek brings support for features such as AI-driven image quality enhancement, VRR, and MEMC to name a few. MediaTek has introduced its latest silicon – the MT9638 – a chip that is destined for budget-centric 4K smart TVs in the near future. The latest MediaTek offering brings some impressive features to the table such as AI-driven image quality enhancement, VRR (variable refresh rate) support, and MEMC (motion estimation and motion compensation) for graphics
  2. To the delight of binge-watchers everywhere, it’s no longer prohibitively expensive to purchase a giant television. And those devices are also getting smarter, with features like voice commands, personalized recommendations, and built-in apps for Netflix and other streaming services. It’s almost impossible to buy a TV without them. The average consumer might ascribe the declining price to a variant of Moore’s law. But this isn’t entirely true. “Right now, you’re paying with your data, but you don’t know the price,” says Casey Oppenheim, CEO of Disconnect, a
  3. Redmi, an independent brand of Xiaomi Corp, unveiled its first smart TV on Thursday, signaling the Chinese smartphone vendor's further ambition to expand its presence in the TV sector. Redmi TV supports Dolby Audio and DTS HD audio technologies The move came shortly after Honor, an independent brand of Huawei Technologies Co, made a similar push earlier this month, highlighting the mounting competition among companies to give new vitality to traditional TV businesses. The Redmi TV starts from 3,799 yuan ($531), the same price as Honor's first TV produc
  4. The vast majority of televisions available today are "smart" TVs, with internet connections, advertising placement, and streaming services built in. Despite the added functionality, TV prices are lower than ever — especially from companies like TCL and Vizio, which specialize in low-cost, high-tech smart TVs. There's a simple reason that smart TVs are priced so low: Some TV makers collect user data and sell it to third parties. Did you get a 4K, HDR-capable TV this past holiday, perhaps on sale? Millions of Americans did. Massive TVs with razor-thin fr
  5. Flipkart says first Nokia-branded smart TV will offer superior audio experience as it will come with ‘Sound by JBL’. Nokia-branded smart TVs are coming to India soon. Flipkart has partnered with Nokia to launch ‘Made in India’ smart TV on the e-commerce platform. The company hasn’t revealed the launch date for Nokia smart TV. Flipkart said that Nokia smart TV in India will come with ‘Sound by JBL’ – marking JBL’s foray into the TV space. “The Nokia branded Smart TVs will feature superior audio quality powered by JBL’s sound program, an initiative by HARMAN t
  6. The publication by WikiLeaks of documents it says are from the CIA's secret hacking program describe tools that can turn a world of increasingly networked, camera- and microphone-equipped devices into eavesdroppers. Smart televisions and automobiles now have on-board computers and microphones, joining the ubiquitous smartphones, laptops and tablets that have had microphones and cameras as standard equipment for a decade. That the CIA has created tools to turn them into listening posts surprises no one in the security community. Q: How Worried Should Consumers Be Who Have Su
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