Category Archives: CES 2016

YouTube now supports HDR Videos

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YouTube is the biggest video-sharing site in the world, and over the past year, it has been introducing support for new technologies, to keep up with the market and ensure that its users can upload videos however they are. Continue reading YouTube now supports HDR Videos

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The Motorola Brand is going the way of the dodo

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Motorola is the company that ¬†brought us the mobile phone, and over the years it ventured into smartphones. It faced some success initially, but then was picked up by Google, and it released phones under the ‘Moto’ brand that were quite well received. Continue reading The Motorola Brand is going the way of the dodo

Netflix Everywhere: Netflix announces expansion into 130 countries

The face of television has changed over the last few decades. At the very beginning, we had live TV, and you had to fit your schedule around the timings of your favorite shows. Then, TiVo happened and the world of Television changed forever. With the advent of TV, you could record shows and view them whenever you want. Plus, you could fast-forward and skip commercials if you wished to. Continue reading Netflix Everywhere: Netflix announces expansion into 130 countries

The Apple Watch gets its own small external battery pack

Whenever a business model proves to be successful, entrepreneurs rush in to replicate the same business model in other countries and other fields, cycling through companies to see where the business model fill fit in perfectly. Continue reading The Apple Watch gets its own small external battery pack

Qualcomm gives a small look into its autonomous drone platform

When you look at the Smartphone market, you see giants like Apple and Samsung dominating, but when it comes to the innards of these smartphones, Qualcomm dominates with its Snapdragon line of SoCs. Continue reading Qualcomm gives a small look into its autonomous drone platform

HTC stumbles upon break-through in Virtual Reality so big that it pushes back shipping dates

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Product launches are difficult. Supply chains should be in place and should be functioning correctly, and the manufacturers and assemblers should meet deadlines. Then there are the quality checks and the certification tests, and only then does a product ship to consumers. But that’s not all when it comes to releasing new products. New products mean changes in production, and often these changes can result in flaws in the final product due to the entire process being new to the manufacturing companies. Continue reading HTC stumbles upon break-through in Virtual Reality so big that it pushes back shipping dates