Category: 4K/8K Video


Is the VR market primed to pluck?

For all the promise of virtual reality (VR) the consumer appetite remains as somewhat of an unknown. Theoretically the technology could revolutionise the entertainment space, but we’re currently in a bit of a waiting game.

EE takes step towards content aggregator model

Content is a tricky topic to discuss around EE and BT, such is the scale of the disaster over the last few years, but a tie up with Amazon Prime and MTV Play is a step in the right direction.

Are you ready to look at 6G?

We can hear the groans already, but we’re going to do it anyway. Let’s have a look at what 6G could possibly contribute to the connected economy.

T-Mobile US ditches streaming for aggregator TV play

After T-Mobile acquired Layer123 back in 2017, the US has been holding its breath for another Uncarrier move to disrupt the content world, but its not going to be as glitzy as some would have hoped.

Who’s got the stones to buy Netflix?

Apple, Disney, Microsoft or even Alibaba; one of the biggest questions which has circled the technology industry over the last couple of years is who could possibly acquire Netflix?

The connected car takes pole position at CES

With the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, it perhaps shouldn’t come as much of a surprise the connected car is stealing the headlines at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

iChief’s Samsung tie up is long overdue

The first (proper) week in January always promises a deluge of stories from CES and the opening gambit is a content-based partnership between Samsung and Apple. Some might say a long-overdue one.

Bose joins the connected craze

Premium audio brand Bose has become the latest business to attempt to cash in on the promised, but yet to be realised, riches of the augmented and virtual reality world.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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