• YouTube Now Supports HDR Video

    YouTube Now Supports HDR Video

    As of Monday, anyone with a supported device—like an HDR television with Chromecast Ultra or Samsung's 2016 lineup of SUHD and UHD TVs—can tap into HDR videos from YouTube stars like MysteryGuitarMan, Jacob + Katie Schwarz, and Abandon Visuals.You can check out their playlist of HDR content online, but any YouTuber can now upload HDR videos.
  • How trickle-down TV tech is bringing HDR brilliance to smartphones and tablets

    How trickle-down TV tech is bringing HDR brilliance to smartphones and tablets

    What really surprised was how close the G6’s DolbyVision video looked to the same movie being played on the full-size LG OLED TV.By adaptively adjusting it throughout playback on the G6, DolbyVision content consumes 15 percent less power than standard dynamic range video.
  • Galaxy Note 8 Will Stream Netflix in 4K HDR

    Galaxy Note 8 Will Stream Netflix in 4K HDR

    With the introduction of the PS4 Pro and soon-to-be-launched Xbox One X, people aren't just talking about 4K resolution anymore.High Dynamic Range (HDR) is also becoming a key term and feature, so much so that even smartphones are adding support for it.
  • New Apple TV 4K vs. Android TV: Google has Some Catching Up to Do

    New Apple TV 4K vs. Android TV: Google has Some Catching Up to Do

    You see, Apple announced a lot, but I’m not sure any of it is as important to Android users who love movies as the stuff Apple announced with the new Apple TV 4K.For one, the new Apple TV 4K does 4K (obviously) and HDR.