LAS VEGAS -- Will it bend?
If the answer is "no," then it's probably not a TV weird enough to catch the attention of the mainstream media at CES 2014. Samsung's brilliantly bizarre bendable TV, followed closely and predictably by LG's, made the biggest splash by far among TV announcements at the show (except for this). The most amazing news to me is Samsung's follow-up that it will actually be available to buy this year. It'll probably cost six figures, but yes, it will bend.
Beyond a set with the bends, the depth … Read more