Lockdowns will help
Disney chose the right time to launch its service as Austria, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom got the Disney Plus service starting on Tuesday, March 24.
4K screen at 120Hz, HDR, and Nvidia G-Sync
Nvidia opened up its CES 2018 announcements with the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) standard or technology, which may well change the way gaming is done on big living room TVs. The BFGD TVs will include 4K resolution at 120Hz, HDR, and G-Sync technology, among other things tool.
Sony upping the game
It is not every day that you hear that Sony is one of the first companies to update its flagship phones to the latest Android 8.0 but Sony Xperia XZ Premium just did.
Because everyone who is anyone already has a 4K machine
Now that everyone has a 4K telly, Sharp thinks that everyone will want a nice new 8k TV.
Pot calls kettle black
The maker of over priced electronic gear, Apple is having an ironic moan about the price of 4K.
4K sensor zooms in, outputs at 1080p with more clarity
Nest Labs, the home automation company acquired by Alphabet in 2015, is preparing to introduce a 4K-like indoor security camera with enhanced 1080p zooming features before the end of the month.
The Ultrasharp UP2718Q
Dell has launched its first 4K/UHD high-end Ultrasharp HDR10 monitor which comes with UHD Alliance Premium Certification, the 27-inch Ultrasharp UP2718Q.
Running on GTX 1080 Ti
While Mass Effect Andromeda has just become available for some EA/Origin Access users as a 10-hour trial, Nvidia has brought a rather neat treat, in the form of a 4K trailer with HDR enabled.
Will be a true 4K system
Software king of the world, Microsoft, has decided that its upcoming "Project Scorpio" gaming console will feature an internal power supply unit (PSU), similar to the Xbox One S, and 4K game DVR and streaming at 60 frames-per-second (FPS).
Bringing unlimited over-the-air broadcasting to mobile devices
During the media day at CES, we attended a panel on the future of over-the-air TV broadcasts using a significant revision to the current delivery interface called ATSC 3.0.