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PS4 1080p 60fps claim doused: Killzone MP not up to snuff

PS4 1080p 60fps claim doused: Killzone MP not up to snuff

In the resolution wars that continue to rage today between Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One, there’s been some controversy about the top-end abilities of both machines. Games like Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes run at 720p native on Xbox One while the PlayStation 4 version of the game is able to natively run the game at 1080. Today it’s been made apparent that the PS4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall doesn’t always run as high-definition as Sony has claimed.

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Netflix Super HD goes live for all subscribers

Netflix Super HD goes live for all subscribers

Netflix has enabled Super HD video for all of its streaming subscribers, having trialled the low-compression system earlier this year in an ISP-dependent test run. Then, Netflix only offered the service - which is 1080p Full HD, but using less compression for better quality visuals - to those viewers using an ISP with a direct connection to the company's own servers. Now, however, it has lifted that limitation.

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1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

Windows Phone 8 could soon officially support 1080p displays if new support in the official Microsoft emulator for the Full HD resolution is any indication, increasing the competitiveness for high-end devices running the OS against Android. The support, spotted by developer Justin Angel buried in the Windows Phone 8 Visual Studio 8 emulator beta, is a new addition after Microsoft's BUILD 2013 developer event last week.

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Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has turned some heads since its initial debut, and now that it has been in the hands of developers for a few months now, the creators of Oculus Rift have received some incredible feedback. One of the biggest requests, however, was 1080p. And with the snap of a finger, the Oculus folks have built a new prototype with 1080p support.

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Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

This week the fabled Motorola hero device called "X Phone" before this week has resurged in the tip lines at the Motorola XFON, complete with Qualcomm hardware compatibility with 4G LTE across all major carriers in the USA. This device has appeared several times in the recent past in both front and back hands-on photos with what appears to be a soft plastic back, a relatively large back-facing camera, and a palm-sized body. It's been tipped most recently that this XFON device will be ready for both AT&T and Verizon this July.

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Neo N003 is the world’s cheapest 1080p smartphone at $145

Neo N003 is the world’s cheapest 1080p smartphone at $145

The Neo N003 smartphone first popped up last month, and has now officially been unveiled, earning the title of world's cheapest 1080p smartphone. While the price is budget-friendly, the specs are decidedly mid-range, but still much higher than what we'd expect from such a low-cost device. Unfortunately, it looks like the handset is only destined for China. At 899 yuan, it translates to about $145.

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Drift HD Ghost Review: 1080p hardcore camera action

Drift HD Ghost Review: 1080p hardcore camera action

The action camera known as the HD Ghost is one that Drift innovation delivers as their premiere top-of-the-line on-the-go media collector for the next mobile-friendly generation. With it, you're going to be able to collect 1080p HD Video, 11 megapixel photos, and up to a massive 120fps video (in VGA mode). The basics for a top-tier action camera are all here - now it's all about making sure we've got the connections we need to compete with the the other big guns in the industry.

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Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Full HD edition guns for MacBook Air

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Full HD edition guns for MacBook Air

This week the Dell XPS 13 has been re-introduced with a Full HD iteration, this version prompting the manufacturer to suggest that it's not just the MacBook Pro they're gunning for, it's the MacBook Air. This device has already been revealed and released in a 720p edition - we reviewed it right here on SlashGear, in fact - and here in 2013 the Dell team is showing off not just the Full HD version, but an XPS 13 Developer Edition as well, this time with the same display as the original (now called "standard display") but here based on Project Sputnik. And it's all about definition from here on in.

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YouTube Capture updated with 1080p support

YouTube Capture updated with 1080p support

Google launched the YouTube Capture last month, and it provided an easy and quick method for avid YouTubers to record video and upload it to their channel in a timely manner. However, it didn't come with a wealth of awesome features that a lot of power users would like, but the app updated today with some improvements, namely 1080p recording capabilities, as well as improved features for sharing.

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