Q. I’m going to buy a new TV for the Super Bowl and I see some sets are discounted big time. But they seem to be sets that have name brands that I’ve never heard of. So my question is whether it’s safe to buy a TV from a company with an unknown name brand.
Q. I often see TV manufacturers that I’ve never heard of selling sets for what seems like really low prices. I’m tempted to buy one, but I’m a little nervous about their quality. Is it safe to buy a TV that’s not a name brand? — George, Salem, Oregon. George, that’s a great question. Companies
Q. Our best TV is in our living room because that’s where we watch the most television. But I have to admit that it’s hard to watch it sometimes because of the glare from the windows during the day and our lights at nights. Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve this?
Q. I was thinking of buying a curved TV from Samsung. They look pretty cool. But I was wondering if they really deliver a better picture? What do you think? — Mickey, Dunkirk, Maryland. For several years now, Samsung has been selling curved-screen TVs, which means the ends of the set have a slight bend
Samsung has added the CBS All Access app to its 2015, 2016 and 2017 Smart TVs (Tizen models), the companies announced today. CBS All Access offers a live stream of the network in select markets as well as 10,000 episodes On-Demand including current primetime CBS shows and classics such as Medium, Cheers and Star Trek.
Samsung has added Sling TV to select television models, the first live streaming service to be offered on the company’s Smart TVs. Sling, which offers dozens of channels in plans starting at $20 a month, is now available on Samsung’s line of 2016 model Smart TVs. Samsung and Sling said in a press release that
Amazon today is selling the Samsung 43-inch curved-screen 4K Smart TV for just $525, which is 47 percent off the list price, and $200-300 less than what other retailers are charging. Click here to see the offer on the Samsung TV. The set, which is one of Amazon’s ‘1-Day-Only’ deals for today, has an Amazon
Samsung today issued a statement saying it’s investigating reports that the Central Intelligence Agency has developed a code that enables it to listen to conversations held by owners of the company’s Smart TVs. Wikileaks yesterday published secret documents that the organization claims show the CIA can listen to your conversations though your Samsung Smart TV
Wikileaks today has published new secret documents that the organization claims show the CIA can listen to your conversations though your Samsung Smart TV, USA Today writes. The publication writes that Wikileaks says the documents reveal the CIA has developed a code that can set the Samsung TV in a “fake-off” mode so its owner
Samsung today unveiled the 4K QLED TV and proclaimed it the best television it has ever made. And while it didn’t make the comparison directly, the TV maker clearly was also saying the QLED is better than the OLED. LG’s OLED TV has become the favorite set of display experts and trade journalists thanks to
Amazon today is selling the Samsung 4K Blu-ray player for $197, which is roughly $200 less than its initial retail price when it launched a year ago. The model K8500 unit, which can play DVDs, regular Blu-ray discs as well as the new 4K Blu-rays, is now going for $347 at other online retailers. So