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Up Close With Sharp's Stunning IGZO Display Technology

The new technology will enter production this year and easily surpasses Apple's retina displays.

Extreme Tech: 22 Devices That Go All Out

Check out these 22 devices that push the limits of technology in almost every way.


TechHive: The HDTV You'll Get For Your Money

A new 1080p HDTV will cost you anywhere from $500 to $11,000. In some cases, spending extra cash will go towards obvious differences. In other cases, you'll be paying for features you may not need.

Sharp's New 90-Inch Set Is the Biggest LED HDTV You Can Buy

Sharp has the HDTV market cornered in terms of absolutely huge sets, with its latest entry being the 90-inch, LED-backlit, Wi-Fi-enabled LC-90LE745U.


TVs Are Interesting Again

Big and beautiful TVs earned the most oohs, ahhs, and accolades at CES, including super-slim OLED displays with stunning pictures and prototype wireless TVs that ditch unsightly cords.


Worst of CES 2012: What Really Bugged Us About Tech's Largest Gathering

We didn't let massive monorail lines, overly slick PR pitches, gigantic crowds, and lack of sleep prevent us from pinpointing some the worst of CES 2012. In fact, it was pretty easy. Here's what we hated about this year's tech Lollapalooza.


Super-Thin Web-Enabled HDTVs

We saw super-thin HDTVs, many of them Internet-enabled. Other TVs featured built-in Blu-ray players and new backlighting schemas.


Solar-Powered LCD TV Set

At the IFA conference in Berlin, Sharp displayed a prototype solar-panel that could power a LCD TV. The technology is at the stage where a single panel can provide sufficient energy to watch 4.5 hours of TV per day.


June's Coolest Gadgets

Every year it happens: as the summer approaches in northeast Asia and the weather heats up, the gadgets get hotter too.

Sharp BD-HP20U Blu-ray Disc Player

This Blu-ray player delivers video that looks and sounds great.