Google’s Play Movies service supports HDR Video, but few devices have been able to take advantage of it. While the selection is somewhat limited, it’s growing, and now, Android TV models support HDR playback through Play Movies.
Last week, Samsung announced that its Sunrise Gold variant of this year’s flagship Galaxy S9 phones would come to the US. The colorway has already been available in select markets, but hits stores in the US as of today!
Instagram is going right for competitors in unfamiliar territory having announced a video service today. IGTV is a long-form video platform that will roll out in the “next few weeks” on Android and iOS devices. Instagram has been forward thinking with recent app updates, but prepare yourself for a taste of something new that could pave way for the future.
We report on YouTube TV quite often, but this time we’re not about to talk about another coverage expansion (though that could also happen soon). Google is pushing an update to the service with a voice remote function so users can search and change the volume using their voice.
Google has rolled out quite a few updates for its services over the last several weeks. The latest to receive some treatment is Google Play Movies & TV, and there’s a lot to like.
If sources are right, the first Developer Preview of Android P will release later this month. And while most are expecting an updated Material Design interface and support for atypical display devices, some reports online show that the latest Android version will finally provide native support for Bluetooth devices such as a mouse or wireless keyboard.
YouTube TV has come a long way since its beginning, and now it’s available on select Roku smart devices for the wireless streaming of your favorite video content.
If you own a SHIELD TV, drop what you’re doing and pay close attention because we have good news for you. NVIDIA has now administered SHIELD TV software upgrade 6.3, which brings a security patch along with some new features.