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Blow your 2020 budget on this 98-inch Samsung 8K TV you absolutely deserve ($40,000 off)

Televisions rocking 4K displays are so this decade. The second coming of the roaring 20s will be headlined by a new wave of display technology that is so indiscernible from reality, you'll never want to get up from your couch (wait, isn't this how Wall-E started?). Get a jumpstart on the future with this gigantic, absurdly specced, don't-need-it-but-know-you-want-it 8K Samsung SmartTV, going for a moderate annual salary of $60,000 ($40,000 off) over on Samsung's website.

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YouTube Kids is now available on LG, Samsung, and Sony smart TVs, coming soon for Android TV

YouTube Kids was originally released in 2015, as a portal for child-appropriate content on everyone's favorite video sharing site. However, there hasn't been a dedicated TV app for YouTube Kids, just iOS and Android apps. Today on the official company blog, YouTube announced a Kids app for various smart TVs - but Android TV is still strangely missing.

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Samsung's 2016 Smart TVs Will Also Serve As SmartThings Hubs

In 2016, Samsung wants you to make one of its new Smart TVs the center of your smart home (assuming your home is smart, that is). The company has announced that each of its upcoming models will be able to connect to other Samsung devices and serve as SmartThings hubs, allowing them to connect to all SmartThing-compatible devices.

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Intel And Unity Have Partnered Up To Add x86 Processor Support To The Unity 3D Game Engine

Today, the CEO of Unity Technology David Helgason announced a collaboration with Intel to add x86 support to the company's wildly popular Unity 3D game engine. The news was presented during the keynote speech at the Unite 2014 game developers conference alongside announcements for upcoming support of Samsung's Smart TVs and Google's Android TV.

Helgason delivered the information pretty quickly, but it's not the kind of thing that requires a long introduction.

Both Unity 4 and 5 will be updated to include support for Intel Core and Intel Atom-based mobile processors. This will allow developers to build native variants of their games for ARM and x86 targets with very little effort.

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