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Netflix wants to add HDR content

Netflix wants to add HDR content

These days everyone is talking about 4K video. If you're buying a new TV, you're probably walking right past the old 1080p ones for the latest and greatest. While Netflix is dedicated to pushing 4K content, the company is already looking past 4K. But not to more pixels.

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YouTube Red Original exclusive content coming 10th February

YouTube Red Original exclusive content coming 10th February

"The time has come," the Walrus said. Or in this case YouTube said. October last year it launched the new YouTube Red subscription service but ever since that day, all that subscribers have enjoyed were ad free viewing and listening. In little less than a week, YouTube will be delivering the other half of that promise: exclusive, original content. On February 10, YouTube will be releasing a new online video series and three full-length films featuring some of the most famous characters and groups on YouTube.

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Spyro the Dragon returns in Unreal Engine 4

Spyro the Dragon returns in Unreal Engine 4

Just a few days ago we caught a glimpse of a Spyro the Dragon project by a designer who chose Unreal Engine 4 to revitalize the game's first level. Today we get to see that same situation done by an entirely different designer/developer: Sheffield Hallam University student Jamie Shilvock. Today we get to see a video of that project, live and ready to roll in a video which shows the entire environment, full of movement - save the dragon himself. What Shilvock has done is give us hope that this classic game - and the even more classic character - won't be just be lost to time, space, and Skylanders.

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YouTube working on 360-degree video livestreaming says rumor

YouTube working on 360-degree video livestreaming says rumor

With virtual reality becoming a hot topic with headsets that allow you to look all around inside a video or game coming to market in force, word is YouTube is working on something that fans of 360-degree videos will like. YouTube has had the ability to play 360-degree videos on the streaming platform for a while. The new addition is said to be the ability to livestream 360-degree video.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 release tipped with Gear 360 spherical cam

Samsung Galaxy S7 release tipped with Gear 360 spherical cam

Samsung is reported to be revealing not only their Samsung Galaxy S7 hero phone, but a spherical, VR-friendly camera called Gear 360. This device, the Samsung Gear 360, has been teased as quite akin to what we've reported under a different name late last year: DUO PIXEL. That device, we'd gathered, would work somewhat like the Ricoh Theta camera, capturing two photos or two videos at once, combining them to create one spherical piece of media.

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Report: Apple’s seeking exclusive TV shows and movies

Report: Apple’s seeking exclusive TV shows and movies

Like Hulu and Netflix before it, Apple is looking into ordering its own original content for its iTunes customers, according to a new report. According to newly surfaced sources, Apple has put out feelers in Hollywood for studios and producers who may be interested in producing such content. The original programming, say the sources, would be for a lower-priced video service the company will reportedly introduce this upcoming September.

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Facebook expands Live Video to all iPhone users in US

Facebook expands Live Video to all iPhone users in US

Following its unveiling in December, Facebook is expanding the availability of live video, a new feature that allows Facebook users to share live video on the social network. The company has been testing live video with some users, and starting today it has expanded the feature’s available to all iPhone users in the United States. In the near future, Facebook will expand the feature's availability again.

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Hulu and IFC Films strike deal over documentaries

Hulu and IFC Films strike deal over documentaries

Hulu is ramping up its documentaries game through a new partnership with IFC Films. Under this business deal, Hulu has scored the streaming rights to IFC documentary releases, including IFC Midnight and Sundance Selects documentaries. This comes at a time when Netflix has stepped up its own documentary efforts, and has seen ample success with “How to Make a Murderer."

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Dr Who has left Netflix, despair now

Dr Who has left Netflix, despair now

Last week it was revealed by Netflix - or confirmed, rather - that the entire Dr. Who collection was about to leave. Now it is gone. This is the end of Dr. Who on Netflix - look upon your life of Dr. Who streaming through Netflix, and despair. Unless you're all about Pokemon XY, because that show's first season is coming to Netflix. Meanwhile lots of Pokemon movies are also on their way out. So, so many Pokemon movies. All the Pokemon movies you've never watched. Also the movie Stardust is about to be on Netflix, as well as some new Care Bears action. Dr Who is just gone.

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Spotify for Android and iOS to get videos this week

Spotify for Android and iOS to get videos this week

Spotify will be rolling out video content to its Android and iOS apps in the very near future, according to the company. The video content will be available by the end of next week, and will give users access to content from places like Comedy Central and Vice Media. Android users will get access to the content first some time this week, and will be followed by iOS users by the end of next week.

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