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Samsung’s UN65C8000 65-inch 3D LED TV Costs $6,000

Samsung’s UN65C8000 65-inch 3D LED TV Costs $6,000

We all know that while 3D is making a major push for our living rooms, it's still not as inexpensive as many would like. In fact, in most cases, 3D is basically expensive. In the case of Samsung's brand new 65-inch 3D LED HDTV, there's no doubt that the price tag will match the features. So if you're not into the whole "portable" thing, and you'd much rather be firmly planted on your couch watching a TV that's way too big for your living room, here's one fantastic option.

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Sky Using 3D Technology to Cure People of Arachnophobia

Sky Using 3D Technology to Cure People of Arachnophobia

If you're a fan of 3D, and you find yourself living somewhere where you can get your hands on some Sky 3D goodness (which doesn't launch until October 1st, for the record), then hopefully you don't suffer from arachnophobia. Sky believes that with their 3D technology, which is apparently realistic enough to handle something like this, they can cure people of their fear of spiders. That's right -- by having digital spiders crawl out of your TV, they hope to make folks enjoy the little creepy-crawlers a little bit more.

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Sky planning dish-free IPTV Sky+ service

Sky planning dish-free IPTV Sky+ service

It used to be straightforward: satellite TV, like that from Sky, comes via a satellite dish, and cable comes via cable.  Now, according to some leaked documents from Sky UK, it seems things might not be quite so clean-cut anymore.  TrustedReviews have heard that Sky UK are ramping up to offer their Sky+ service "through a new set top box supplied by Sky connected to your Freeview aerial and broadband connection", that would use IPTV distribution rather than the traditional dish.

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3D TV Could Become Mainstream Thanks to Walmart

3D TV Could Become Mainstream Thanks to Walmart

We're not getting away from the 3D revolution any time soon. In fact, it's looking more and more like everyone is ready to just accept the technology into their living rooms. And when that starts happening, it's all down hill from there. Then again, if it starts becoming wildly popular, maybe we won't have to pay ridiculous prices at the theaters anymore. We can dream, right? Thanks to Walmart, we are going to see a huge incline in the desire to own a 3D TV. Mostly because it will be affordable.

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LG HDTV roadmap leaks: 3D LX9500 from mid-May

LG HDTV roadmap leaks: 3D LX9500 from mid-May

A leaked spreadsheet has tipped LG's upcoming HDTV range, together with various different A/V components.  According to the document - which now looks to have been closed down - the LG LCD and plasma HDTVs the company announced back at CES 2010 will begin to arrive in March and April this year; of most interest, perhaps, is that the company's 3D LX9500 HDTV will ship in the second week of May.

LG Plasma HDTV CES 2010 range boast super-narrow bezels

LG Plasma HDTV CES 2010 range boast super-narrow bezels

In comparison to their huge 2010 LCD range, LG's new plasma HDTVs are conspicuous by their scarcity: the company have announced a mere eight new sets at CES 2010.  Among those six, however, are some impressive sounding beasts and some mighty fine design.  LG's TruSlim Frame models, for instance, the PK550 and PJ350, have bezels just 0.9-inches wide; all of the 2010 sets are around two-inches deep, too, and LG have shaved off considerable weight as well.

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