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
Smartphones have stepped up to quad-HD displays that don’t even make sense, while over in the world of PCs, even full-HD is not the base standard. Continue reading Apple updates the 21 inch iMac with a 4K Display
Mobile technology has improved rapidly over the past decade, going from pixellated little screens to massive pixel-perfect slabs that seem lifelike.
We have come a long way, but display researchers are turning a blind eye to the progress, and claim that there is a limit to the abilities of the human eye. Continue reading A 4K smartphone is not a gimmick
4K is less of a resolution and more of a revolution. Of course, it isn’t as drastic a change as that from SD to HD, but better clarity, better dynamic-range and better colors are surely there, and we aren’t complaining. Continue reading The first 4K Blu-Ray player is here
Digging around in the software, you always seem to find easter eggs, that are sometimes intentional and sometimes not. The important thing is that they reveal something about the company, and that’s exactly what has happened with Apple. Continue reading The El Capitan Beta reveals details about a 4K 21.5 Inch iMac
We have come a long way from the release of the first Smartphone. From single core processors to octa-core ones, and from a few gigs of storage to some packing a whopping 128gb. Now, it seems we have come too far. Continue reading The Vanity Screen: Sharp announces a ridiculous 4k Smartphone Display that kills Performance and annihilates Battery Life
Take a quick look at any electronics store, and upon almost all of the TVs you see, you’ll observe a FullHD stamp. This standard has become the upper ceiling for most users, and frankly, it is getting a bit old in the tooth. Continue reading LG lets the cat out of the bag: Reveals plans that are supposedly of an Apple 8K Display
A content revolution is in the making, and Google wants to be the first to take advantage of it. And this revolution isn’t just the arrival of one technology, it is the arrival of a convergence of many new technologies, including 4K, 60fps Video and Virtual Reality. Continue reading Google is going all in, and has started testing 4K 60fps Videos for YouTube
In a few days, CES will take place, and there all manufacturers will announce their latest and greatest. One thing that you see every year at CES, is Displays.
Displays have been so much interwined with CES that they have almost become a tradition: No CES is complete without a Display Revolution of some sort.
Looks like this year won’t disappoint, with LG already teasing its CES Displays. Continue reading LG announces a kickass 34 Inch Curved 4K Display, which provides a Gaming Experience like no other
Vizio is known for making cheap, but wonderful TV Sets, and while till now it was stuck on Full-HD, its latest P-Series TV has a 4K Resolution. While that is the top-of-the-line Resolution, Vizio has given it a shockingly low Price Tag: $999, which is cheaper than many Full-HD TVs. Continue reading Vizio announces its new P-Series TV: Bringing you 4K at only $999