Analysis: The age of always-connected, 5G and XR is now
Olivia Newton-John released her song Physical in 1981. March and April 2020 have been full of news of the unfortunate COVID-19 around the world, but I wanted to point out that despite the desperation, this is a time for technology to thrive. Let’s not get physical to save lives and instead use connectivity Wi-Fi or 5G in an always-connected device is possible and in VR or AR.
HDR10/HDR10+ Tone Mapping, smooth gaming
Pixelworks recently scored a strategic agreement with HDM Nokia and just days before MWC the company announced its 5th generation Iris. Now, the company announced its next generation power efficient premier processor for mobile devices.
A lot of VR content to be stored
Netgear is equipping users for next generation storage demands. Faster than ever before, and providing users with the with five levels of unrivaled data protection, 10 Gigabit copper Ethernet (10GbE) network interface on selected models, and expandable storage capacity.
$2.99 for 6 months then $ / x €5.99
Amazon has just released its Prime Video as a standalone product that is immediately available in more than 200 countries. This is Amazon’s way to fight off Netflix's world dominance.
Video kills the writing star
The dafter elements of the social notworking outfit Facebook seem to think that the written word has had its day and we will be using video messaging instead.
Waving a fist at YouTube Red
Vevo is completely ad supported, but according to Vevo's CEO Erik Huggers this is about to change as the outfit launches a video subscription service.
Jon Carvill is now VP of communications
A rock star PR who worked as a Senior Director of communication at Qualcomm has been poached by the music outfit Vevo.
For those who have the Superman's eyes
After Apple released its iWatch the industry has been trying to think of things it can be used for and Twitter has apparently come up with the daftest.
So long Flash, VP9 is there
Google has informed the world that as of yesterday, the default player on its YouTube service is HTML5.
As YouTube's most viewed video