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Is 2018 the end of the line for small TVs?

We look at why manufacturers are releasing less and less 32-inch and smaller TVs and offer alternatives if you don't want a big screen in your living room.

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The top 10 most watched BBC iPlayer shows revealed

BBC iPlayer had its most successful year to date in 2017. Find out which shows were the most watched and what's next for the BBC's catch-up streaming app.

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Exciting new TV tech for 2018

Thinking of buying a TV in 2018? Take a look at some of the exciting new tech that Sony, Samsung and LG will hope makes their TVs must-haves.

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Can you watch the Winter Olympics in 4K?

Olympic Broadcasting Services is making the 2018 Winter Olympics available in 4K and HDR for the first time, but will the BBC broadcast them in 4K?

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Which? tests reveal three Don’t Buy sound bars

Results from our latest lab tests show poor-quality sound bars still lurking at big retailers. External TV speakers continue to be a popular purchase among home cinema fans, and big...

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Samsung and Hisense TVs tested: 55-inch models under £500

Samsung and Hisense TVs are competing for a spot in your living room, but which one of these brands came out on top in our latest round of testing? If...

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Five exciting TVs to look out for in 2018

We've seen what the big brands, including Samsung and LG, have on offer for TVs in 2018 and we've picked out the ones that impressed us most from CES.

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Samsung vs LG: who has unveiled the best TV for 2018?

We now know what TVs are coming from LG and Samsung. Based on what we've seen so far, does either company's line-up have the edge in 2018?

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Samsung 8K TVs to launch in 2018

The Korean TV giant is to launch its first TVs with 8K resolution, although there's nothing to watch in the higher picture quality right now.

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LG reveals 8K TV for CES 2018

LG has jumped the gun ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show and revealed an extravagant 88-inch 8K TV as well as some practical software to make its affordable TVs smarter.

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