This week Norway took the first step towards an all-digital future, a petition was spotted calling for LG to reintroduce 3D TVs and to celebrate the late George Harrison's birthday, Pro-Ject is producing a limited edition turntable.
Norway has started its move to all-digital radio broadcasts by switching off FM radio in some parts of the country.
Not all FM broadcasts are being switched off at the same time. Instead it will happen on a region-by-region basis, with the whole country expected to be digital-only by the end of the year.
It is estimated that the switch to digital will save £21m a year.
At CES this month, LG announced its decision to drop 3D from its OLED and LED TVs. One man has decided they've gone too far.
Standing defiantly against LG's stance, Aidan Padden has started a petition aimed at reviving the fortunes of 3D TV. In this case, he has requested that LG includes one 3D-capable OLED TV in its 2018 line-up.
Citing that the lack of 3D leaves him unable to watch his 3D collection, his petition has gained over 5,000 signatures so far. Will you add yours?
February marks what would have been the late George Harrison's 74th birthday and to celebrate Pro-Ject has knocked up a new limited edition turntable.
Called the George Harrison Essential III, the look is based on work by artist Shephard Fairey (who also created the Obama 'Hope' poster).
It's available to pre-order for £430.
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