Innovation in TV design has been fairly limited over the years—beyond just the size of screens and the display technology itself. Enter Hisense, which showed a concept model with a second display.
At IFA 2019, Western Digital showed off a new portfolio of products under its new WD_Black brand—a line focused on providing storage solutions for the PC and console gaming communities.
Upscaling has always been at least a part of the conversation when it comes to 8K TVs. But it was clear that display manufacturers arrived in Berlin for IFA 2019 with a mission to highlight how strong their 8K upscaling capabilities really are.
The Lexon Oblio is a Qi-compatible wireless charger that doubles as a cleaning device. Using a UV sanitation system, the vase-shaped charger kills 99.9 percent of common bacteria found on smartphones.
Huami put on a show during its IFA 2019 press conference, releasing two new lines of Amazfit smartwatches alongside a new concept piece due out in 2020.
PowerWatch, a smartwatch that's driven by Matrix Industries' thermoelectric charging system, doesn't require you to take the watch off to power it up. Rather, it uses your body heat.
In one of the most inspirational IFA keynotes we've ever experienced, Arçelik CEO Hakan Bulgurlu shared his vision for creating appliances—and an appliance supply chain—that are sustainable and affordable.
Roku founder and CEO Anthony Wood took to the IFA 2019 Keynote stage where he announced the company's plans to bring a Hisense-branded Roku TV to the U.K. by the end of the year.
It felt like Christmas in early September during the Lenovo IFA 2019 press conference, which featured 19 new product introductions in all—including Yoga laptop line upgrades, two new smartphones, new monitors, and a whole lot more.
In their first-ever IFA Keynote, Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon detailed how the rollout of 5G is going and presented the company's vision for bringing the next-gen network to the mass consumer market.