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Netflix Is Now Streaming High-Quality AV1 Video to Select Smart TVs and Game Consoles Netflix is streaming content via a new, more efficient video codec called AV1 which can deliver higher video quality at any given bitrate than previous codecs. Will this become the new standard?
Is This The End For LCD? Samsung Dumps LCD For New Quantum Dot OLED TVs Longtime LCD champion Samsung is ceasing production of LCD panels, and starting to build its own custom version of OLED TVs that will utilize quantum dot technology. Read on to learn more.
ATSC 3.0: Next-Gen TV to Hit 40 US Markets in 2020 ATSC 3.0 or “Next-Gen TV” is the next step in the evolution of digital broadcast television, and it’s coming to more than 40 US television markets in 2020. See what it brings in UHD upgrades.
New Filmmaker Mode For Ultra-HD TVs Aims To Put An End To ‘The Soap Opera Effect’ Major filmmakers and Hollywood studios have teamed up with an industry coalition called The UHD Alliance to develop a new TV viewing mode called Filmmaker Mode. Is this death to the Soap Opera Effect?
Demystifying 4K UHD: What Does it All Mean? This guide to 4K UHD HDTV navigates through the new specifications, acronyms, and jargon along with all the recycled, updated, and bastardized terminology from the previous generation of HDTV.
Buyer Beware! How To Tell If Your New 4K/UHD TV has HDR High Dynamic Range or HDR is arguably one of the most important features in new 4K/UHD displays. We cover why HDR is important, how to tell if your TV has HDR, and the HDR formats that matter.
ATSC 3.0: A New Broadcast Standard for the UltraHD and Mobile Age ATSC 3.0 promises to bring UHD 3840x2160 video, high dynamic range, high frame rate, immersive audio, improved reception across multiple devices, IP-based services, mobile entertainment, and much more
How to Find the Right Size TV 60"? 1080p? 4K? Choosing the proper size HDTV can be difficult. This article takes the mystery out of the equation and gives you easy-to-follow guidelines to ensure you purchase the perfect display.
Quantum Dot Displays: Next Hot HDTV Tech? Quantum dots are tiny phosphorescent crystals that glow when hit with light that allow LED displays to render colors more accurately with better brightness and purity.
Curved TV: Innovation or Gimmick? For over a decade the TV industry has been selling us on flatter, thinner HDTVs. But today TV manufacturers are throwing us a curve. Sony, Samsung and LG have all created curved TVs. Will you upgrade?