Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that it will launch new 4K digital service next month. Dubbed as ‘Ultra’, the 4K streaming service will be unveiled on April 4 on new Sony 4K television models in the United States.
Google has just announced the list of best games and apps for smartphones during 2015. This list also includes other things available on the Play Store such as movies, books, newsstand etc.
Google has just made a sweet deal for users of Chromecast that will allow them to rent movies for free. Users will have a wide selection of movie titles to choose from including famous blockbusters such as Interstellar, Jurassic Park and Kingsman.
Disney and Google has entered into a new partnership to allow access to all its movies including Pixar and Marvel on Android device. All the movies can be watched via Disney’s “Movies Anywhere” app that is available on Google Play Store.
Close on the heels of the official launch of the Nexus 7 tablet in India, Google is now rolling out Movies on the Google Play store in India. India seems to be letting a lot of love from Google off late. The Book store went live few days back and now we have the Movie store. Apple did get a head start in India by rolling out the iTunes store late last year.
Google lifted the curtains from its latest redesign of the Android Marketplace app. The application now supports renting movies and purchasing books straight from the app itself in supported countries. Alongside , it brings a major overhaul in the UI of the application.
One of the major features missing on the Apple iPad is Adobe Flash support . Apple and Adobe have never reached a successful pact on bringing Flash to the iPhone for 3 years now although talks have been going on. The best thing to happen was Flash runtime support for iPhone apps. Now this issue resurfaces on the iPad. But Apple has been a great believer in HTML5 the new upcoming standard for Web Pages and believes HTML5 can eventually replace Flash. Continue reading “iPad will play Flickr Videos in HD in Fullscreen using HTML5 , Who needs Flash ?”