It's been a little while since we've heard anything new out of the Google TV camp, but LG is putting quite a bit of investment into the platform. The company's new Cinema 3D – for clarity's sake, that means passive – Google TVs are about to hit the market and they're looking incredibly appealing.
One of the most common complaints about watching 3D content is the need to wear glasses, and it's a problem that we've not conquered quite yet. Glasses-free displays do exist of course, but they've traditionally been a bit lacking. The new prototype from Dolby and Philips, however, has been impressing people left and right.
When Samsung brought its 55 inch Super OLED set to CES this year, they played coy with the details. The essential specs were lacking, but we did find out that it was pretty, thin and offered up a few different types of control, thanks to Smart Hub integration and a built-in camera.
Outdoor TVs are seen as something of a luxury for most folks, but SunBrite's latest line brings them down to a more affordable level. The sets run from $1,495 for 32" to $5,995 for 65", all of which share the same Full HD picture made specifically for out-of-doors environments.