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CES 2020: Day One Highlights

Q. I love all the news that comes from CES every year about all the new technology products. Are you going to have some of the news in your column? — Gary, Roanoke, Virginia.  Gary, the annual Consumer Electronics Show has convened in Las Vegas and several companies yesterday held press conferences to announce their

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DIRECTV to Air College Football Championship In 4K

DIRECTV has announced that it will broadcast the 2020 national college football championship game between LSU and Clemson in 4K. The game will be played at 8 p.m. ET on January 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Click Amazon: See Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals!! ESPN will produce the event and simulcast it in HD

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TCL: Amazon’s Biggest Seller Of TVs

If you asked someone which TVs sell best, you would probably get such answers as Vizio, Samsung, Sony or LG. And while those big brands continue to top many best-selling TV lists, a relatively little-known TV manufacturer named TCL is blowing everyone away at Amazon.com. TCL, a Chinese company, today holds seven of the top

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Should You Buy a TV From A Company You’ve Never Heard Of?

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

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How to Turn Off TV’s ‘Soap Opera Effect’

Q. I am in need for a new TV but have put off buying one because I loathe the ‘soap opera effect.’ Is there anyway to turn this off on new TVs? Is there a particular TV that truly turns off this feature? — Deborah, Los Angeles.  Deborah, first, for those unfamiliar with the ‘soap

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Does Samsung’s Curved-Screen TV Offer a Better Picture?

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

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