Netflix HDR Support Comes to Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2

Netflix has added support for HDR (high-dynamic range) video support to an additional three Android devices, expanding its portfolio of smartphones that support a better video quality experience. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei P20, and the Sony Xperia XZ2 have been added to the list that now let you stream Netflix in HDR mode. With these additions, a total … Read more Netflix HDR Support Comes to Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2

Xiaomi Smartphone Exchange Offer Comes Online via Mi.com: How the Mi Exchange Offer Works

Back in November 2017, Xiaomi had introduced a trade-in programme that allows users to exchange their old smartphones for a new handset. The company had partnered with Cashify to launch the Mi Exchange programme across its Mi Home stores. However, on Thursday, Xiaomi has expanded the program to its website, Mi.com. Under the new offer, users can avail an … Read more Xiaomi Smartphone Exchange Offer Comes Online via Mi.com: How the Mi Exchange Offer Works

Apple Updates App Store Rules, Google Assistant Comes to Older Phones

Apple and Google are two of the biggest names in tech. And as such, they provide a lot of tools and platforms that are useful to businesses. However, some of those tools haven’t always been accessible to all small businesses. Apple’s App Store has recently added some rules that excluded many small businesses. And the … Read more Apple Updates App Store Rules, Google Assistant Comes to Older Phones

YouTube HDR Video Support Out Now for Select Smartphones, Playback Speed Controls Comes to Android, iOS

YouTube introduced the High Dynamic Range (HDR) support for its videos back in November last year, but the feature could not be seen due to the lack of compatible devices. Gradually, mobile manufacturers such as Samsung, Google, LG, and Sony followed the suit to make their smartphones HDR-compatible. Now after Netflix, YouTube is finally adding the support for HDR videos in its … Read more YouTube HDR Video Support Out Now for Select Smartphones, Playback Speed Controls Comes to Android, iOS

This week in games: Morrowind comes to Elder Scrolls Online, Lego invades Arma 3, and more

February already, eh? This week we’ve got a bunch of successful Kickstarter campaigns, the first Stellaris expansion, Lego modded into Arma 3, the impending death of Denuvo, and Elder Scrolls Online pulling out the nuclear option: A Morrowindexpansion. It’s gaming news for January 30 through February 3. Weekend downtime Need something to play this weekend? … Read more This week in games: Morrowind comes to Elder Scrolls Online, Lego invades Arma 3, and more

Live,360-degree,video,comes,to,Periscope,and,Twitter

Live video is everywhere these days, from live Instagram Stories to Facebook Live broadcasts. But now live video on Twitter really will be everywhere, because select partners will be able to broadcast live, interactive 360-degree videos. Twitter’s Periscope app already lets anyone push live video to their Twitter feed. Starting today, “selected partners” will be … Read more Live,360-degree,video,comes,to,Periscope,and,Twitter

Delhi government comes up with solution to treat overcrowded classrooms

In a bid to ease the burden of overcrowded classrooms in Delhi’s government schools, the education department has decided to proportionately allot students across the schools. “We are mapping schools for redistribution but a major overhaul cannot be done mid-session. Usually, if a school in an area is burdened, the ones near it will also … Read more Delhi government comes up with solution to treat overcrowded classrooms

After a quiet summer, Twitter’s board will take a hard look at what comes next

Will Twitter go private?  Tuesday, 6 Sep 2016 | 3:17 PM ET | 04:35 Twitter’s quiet summer may soon be coming to an end. The social communication company’s board of directors is set to meet this Thursday in San Francisco and there are plenty of things to discuss. That includes, said sources, its fate as a … Read more After a quiet summer, Twitter’s board will take a hard look at what comes next