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

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

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Users will also be able to stream 4K movies from Google Play, Vudu and YouTube. It’ll also support the Steam application, so users can game on TVs. More than 1,000 games are also available in the Nvidia Shield game store. Many new titles from companies like Ubisoft are being added. The Shield can be used … Read more

LG’s bringing HDR to PCs with one of the first high dynamic range monitors

The hottest technology in TV tech right now is the high-dynamic range displays, but so far HDR hasn’t made its way into computer monitors—save for a few expensive studio-grade displays. That’s set to change in January when LG says it will introduce the company’s first 4K HDR computer monitor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. … Read more

Samsung KS9800 4K UHD, 65-inch smart TV review: Quantum dots + HDR = Wow!

A curved screen? Meh. But HDR and quantum dots result in an LCD TV that gives uber-expensive OLED technology a run for its money. AT A GLANCE Samsung UNJ55KS9800 4K UHD TV TECHHIVE RATING $2,997.99 VIEW on Amazon Color us impressed, and then some. Watching high-quality 4K UHD HDR video on this TV shows what … Read more

YouTube adds HDR support to make videos more vibrant

YouTube’s adding another buzzword to its stable of video technology. The Google-owned service already rolled support for 4K resolution, 360-degree video, spatial audio, and 60 frames-per-second videos (in a hat-tip to gamers) in recent months. Now, YouTube’s pulling the trigger on high-dynamic range (HDR) videos, nearly 7 months after Netflix first introduced HDR support. HDR’s the up … Read more