The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) are teaming to promote the latest Ultra-HD Blu-ray Disc releases and emerging home entertainment technologies to consumers.
Why This Matters: The two organizations are collaborating to develop “The DEN (Digital Entertainment News) Presents Ben Lyons,” a year-long series of tours highlighting the most recent movie and television releases for home viewing and the best ways to purchase and watch them.
TVTechnology In the first complete system test of its Next Generation Broadcast Platform, ONE Media announced today succesful results in transmitting fixed, mobile and data services to set-top and tablet devices.
President Barack Obama chimed in on the Net Neutrality debateon Monday with a lengthy statement pressuring the FCC to reclassify ISPs under Title II regulations, while at the same time abstaining from imposing rate regulation "and other provisions less relevant to broadband services.”
Why This Matters: “There is no higher calling than protecting an open, accessible and free Internet,” said Obama. The FCC is an independent agency, but the President made his stance clear. Shares of major ISPs fell in light of the news.
Android’s user-visible file system is one of its advantages over iOS. This allows you to more easily work with files, opening them in any app of your choice. But Android doesn’t include a file manager app by default.
TVTechnology As stakeholders and standards organizations continue developing the “next big thing” designed to expand visual storytelling and sell new display technology, the discussions have focused mostly on resolution—spatial resolution, as in 4K, 8K and beyond, or temporal resolution as in high frame rate.