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Digital content in the average US household could reach 12 terabytes by 2014, according to researchers.
A joint report by Coughlin Associates and Objective Analysis includes DVD libraries, which accounts for a large chunk of the 12TB total.
It’s taken a while but HDTV seems to have firmly established itself in the UK – underlined by the latest surge in subscriber numbers for BSkyB.
The satellite broadcaster has seen its HD base leap to more than one million subscribers – up 32 per cent on the previous quarter and more than double the 465,000 who signed up last year.
High-definition Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) set top boxes (STBs) offer semiconductor makers a short term spike in opportunity.
However, standard definition (SD) DTT STBs will be a more sustainable market for manufacturers, according to In-Stat.
I-Movix’s new SprintCam V3 HD produces slow-motion output equivalent to 20 to 40 times slower than normal speed.
That sounds great – and a showreel (after the break) by David Coiffer proves just how great it looks as well.
High definition video has "raised the game" for videoconferencing and telepresence systems.
That’s the opinion of Rick Snyder, president of Tandberg Americas, who says HD videoconferencing offers a "really compelling visual experience".
Apple is reported to be preparing to replace its Composite AV Cable and Component AV Cable with a single cable called the Apple AV Cable, according to PhoneNews.
Aside from getting rid of the need for two separate cables – both of which had unpopular encryption chips – the move is being linked to an iPhone HD.
LG Electronics’ HD widescreen LCD monitors – the W53 series – will be available in the UK from next month, the company announced today.
The monitors are the first with automatic brightness control technology specially designed to reduce eyestrain during extended use, according to LG.
ArcSoft today announced a plug-in for its universal high-definition multimedia player which it says brings most standard-definition video to near HD quality.
Called SimHD, ArcSoft’s in-house upscaling technology uses NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing architecture to upscale standard DVD movies to up to 1,920 x 1,080.
The price for Netflix’s Blu-ray subscribers is going up again on April 27th.
The increase translates into an extra USD $4 a month for BD users opting for standard three-at-a-time plans.
While Netflix is arguably justified in charging more to finance its rapidly expanded – and more costly to buy – Blu-ray stock of over 1,300 titles, it doesn’t help the high-def format’s image.