This week rumours suggest Sony is about to enter the OLED TV market. Kickstarter project RokBlok found an ingenius way to make vinyl music portable and BT is planning to broadcast more sports in 4K and Dolby Atmos.
Rumours abound that Sony will be the latest TV manufacturer to start selling OLED sets.
A company called Pink Donut has created the RokBlok, a device which sits on your vinyl and acts as a wireless speaker.
The RokBlok 'drives' across the vinyl's surface and playback is stopped by waving your hand over the device. You can pair it with a wireless speaker or a headphone if you prefer.
It has currently passed its funding goal on Kickstarter and is expected to ship in September 2017.
BT is set to upgrade its YouView service to include a redesigned interface, more 4K content and Dolby Atmos surround sound.
The company is planning to broadcast its Premier League live matches in 4K and Atmos from 31st January 2017, as well as doubling the number of sports events broadcast in Ultra HD.
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