ABI Research analysts say North American households with 4K TVs are expected to pass 10% by the end of 2018.
Japan Display has debuted a 12.1 inch, 3840 x 2160 pixel display targeted at next-gen notebooks and tablets.
When he was the god of code at iD Software, he would have Microsoft's DirectX developers begging him for his support. That was just 3D, now Carmack is going to spice up our reality and he is still the king of gaming.
Sony recently announced official pricing and availability for its 4K television lineup, but that wasn't all the 4K display news the Japanese-based corporation had to offer.
I'll admit to believing the 4K TV market was doomed when Sharp unveiled its 60-inch 4K TV which carried a rather heavy price tag of $31,000+.
Apple is reportedly prepping a 4K ultra HD (UHD) television which could debut by the end of 2013.
Are you one of the very few who ran out and dropped a cool $20-$30,000 on a 4K resolution Ultra HD TV? Well, you may want to pick up the long-awaited PlayStation 4 when it finally launches.
Last week at CES there was one presentation that prompted me to think more about the future than any other exhibit - but not exactly in the way the vendor originally intended.
Ultra HD is typically associated with next-gen television sets, but that hasn't stopped Panasonic from debuting a mega 20-inch tablet with an Alpha LCD panel set at a cool 4k.
Westinghouse isn't exactly a household name when it comes to the TV market, but the company does have an interesting lineup of consumer electronic products set to ship in Q1 of 2013, such as a 110-inch 4K TV set.
There are a limited number of 4K resolution televisions (Ultra HD) currently on the market.
Sony continues to expand its nascent 4K ecosystem, rolling out an Ultra HD Video Player (or hard-disc server) designed to connect to the company's 84-inch 4K LED TV (XBR-84X900).
Smart TVs haven't really taken off like manufacturers had originally hoped or anticipated.
Toshiba and Sony are both getting in the game of consumer-level 4K TV sets.