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Golden Screen Cinemas launches first Samsung Onyx Cinema LED screen in Malaysia

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I don’t know about you, but I love watching movies at the cinemas. There’s nothing like a massive screen with great visuals, immersive sound and popcorn to complete the picture. Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) and Samsung today unveiled the new future for cinema with the introduction of Malaysia’s first Onyx Cinema LED screen at Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur. Onyx, the latest innovation by Samsung, is set to bring the cinema-going experience to a whole new level with super high-resolution visuals and superior sound.

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Samsung’s 2018 QLED TV can mimic the look of your living room wall

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What do you call a TV that’s so smart it can mimic your wall when it’s not in use? What do you call a TV that offers the blackest of blacks and whitest of whites and can connect to other smart devices in your home? It’s called an Intelligent TV Display, and it’s Samsung’s vision for the future of the TV.

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Why your next TV should be a Netflix Recommended TV

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If you’re a binge-watcher and you’re in the market for a new TV, what are the things you look out for? Do you look for the biggest you can find? The best resolution? The best sound? Or perhaps the cheapest? There’s one easy way: pick a Netflix Recommended TV. Here’s why.

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Sony BRAVIA A1 OLED: Two sizes, one great display

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After its introduction at CES 2017, the cutting-edge Sony BRAVIA A1 OLED TV made its way to Southeast Asia in February, and subsequently landed on Malaysian shores in April. The visually-stunning TV not only features the best in Sony’s display technologies, but also break new ground in the audio department. The BRAVIA A1 is now available in 55-inch and 65-inch size options (with the top-of-the-line 77-inch coming soon).

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Darth Vader sucks, and here’s why

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The Force sucks. And it sucks well. Before you go berzerko on me, I’m referring to a pair of Star Wars-themed robo-vacuums by Samsung. I know right.

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Apple TV 4K gains HDR and live sports

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At the iPhone 8 launch on Tuesday, Apple also announced the new Apple TV set-top box, now capable of playing content at 4K Ultra HD resolution. The upgrade is timely, seeing UHD TVs and 4K content becoming more widespread.

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Farewell analogue TV, here comes myFreeview digital terrestrial TV

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The era of the analogue TV is coming to an end. Yes, it’s finally happening. The DTT Project (Digital Terrestrial Television) is essentially a government initiative to migrate the country’s broadcasting to full digital broadcast. Officially named myFreeview, it will offer Malaysia’s most popular TV and radio channels for free, and sans subscription fees.

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It’s time to upgrade your 32-incher, here’s Samsung’s 2017 QLED TV lineup

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After drooling over them at CES 2017, I’m finally getting a closer second look. Samsung’s award-winning 2017 QLED TV line-up is now officially in Malaysia, offering stunning audio-visual experience in 55-inch to 88-inch sizes.

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2017 Sony Bravia 4K HDR TV line-up lands in Malaysia

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At the Sony Expo 2017 in Kuala Lumpur today, Sony introduced its 2017 Sony Bravia 4K HDR TV line-up to the Malaysian market. This includes the stunning Bravia A1 Series OLED 4K HDR TV, as well as its updated X and A Series.

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LG and designer Tokujin Yoshioka clinch top award at Milano Design Week 2017

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LG and world-renowned design Tokujin Yoshioka impressed judges to grab the top prize at Milano Design Week 2017. The collaborative art installation entitled TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA x LG: S.F_Senses of the Future was praised by Milan Design Week’s judging panel for its “ability to synthesize the conceptual, technology, narrative and emotional aspects in one single project.”