And of course we would say that – it’s a video produced by LG. But this is video does give a great explanation of the benefits of OLED televisions. And it’s only LG that are making these TVs – they really are the future of telly.Read more >>>
What is How to Live it?
How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
LG’s engineers have produced a flexible 18in OLED display – and it has amazing implications for the future…Read more >>>
Rising Stars candidate Alex Ingram headed to Le Mans for the famous 24-hour race. While he was there he was just as captivated by the stunning innovations on display as he was the race itself…Read more >>>
Whether you’re using a dedicated camera, a compact snapper or a smartphone, a little care and planning will have you shooting great footage every time. How To Live It’s very own cameraman, editor and director Tas Underwood reveals his top tipsRead more >>>
Over the past few years FIFA has become more of a football simulation than ever before. Stuff magazine’s Tom Wiggins says there’s more than finding one way to score to beating the best…Read more >>>
We’ve five pairs of tickets to give away to a special exhibition of digital art in a cool London gallery!Read more >>>
Loads of tech in the movies has come true – and we’re thankful for it. But, as WhatHiFi.com’s Ced Yuen explains, there are some movie inventions that best stay in the movies…Read more >>>
Upload your best reactions to your team’s performance in this summer of sport and you could bag an OLED or ULTRA HD 4K TVRead more >>>
They’re starting the Tour de France in Yorkshire. Yes. The Tour de France – an epic, historic bike race that is one the great annual sporting highlights anywhere in the world. But what has Yorkshire ever had to do with cycling?Read more >>>
Bloody, visceral, unsettling… and utterly captivating. What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Niall McGarrigle explains why everyone should watch 1969’s The Wild BunchRead more >>>