Monday, 5 January 2015
I like 4K. You like 4K. CES 2015 definitely 4K, and Dish is finally adding the ability to stream in this most coveted resolution with the 4K Joey, a set-top box that gives all Ultra HD TVs with HDMI 2.0 support and HDCP 2.2 support.
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The security challenges that businesses face on a daily basis are innumerable. In fact, we’ve spent the last thirty years securing all things imaginable – firewalls, antivirus, access and identity controls, biometrics, GRC, etc. However, today’s “hackers” are smarter than ever and companies need a more efficient way to stronghold their data. For a hypothetical […]
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Panasonic surprised us at Photokina 2014 with the CM1 "connected camera," an interesting hybrid between smartphone and compact camera. Besides a 1-inch sensor and prime Leica lens, it can shoot short 4K clips. We take a closer look.
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Elektrobit already supplies software to carmakers, but it hopes to break into autonomous-car development with a new research center in Silicon Valley, amid many other ongoing research efforts.
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Cobra Electronics has announced the Drive HD CDR 825E Dash Cam at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. The model sports a 2.7-inch LCD screen, a 140-degree viewing angle, and Continuous Loop Recording.
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Dish's biggest news here at CES is unquestionably its newly announced internet TV service, Sling Television. But there's pretty great news for Dish's paying satellite subscribers, too: 4K is coming. You'll need a new set-top box to play ultra high-def video: the Ultra HD Joey will be released this summer. Dish will offer 4K content through a video-on-demand deal with an as-yet unnamed partner. Movies and shows will be downloaded over satellite to the hard drive of the main Hopper in your home and transmitted to the Joey over a MOCA connection. Since 4K downloads can take some time (even with compression), the Hopper will automatically cache new titles you might want to watch.
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