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Software magic brings HDR support to the Pixel and Pixel XL

YouTube began supporting HDR playback in late 2016, but there were not compatible smartphonesto play back the HDR content. Since that time, the LG G6, Galaxy S8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, LG V30 and Note 8 have all been released or announced with hardware-based HDR support. Now, it looks like last year’s Pixel phones will be joining the party.

Mesosphere adds Kubernetes support to its data center operating system

There can be no doubt that Kubernetes is where it’s at for container orchestration services these days. Mesosphere, which was one of the early companies to adopt containers and which focuses on allowing businesses to run their big data and analytics workloads in the cloud, today announced that it

Netflix to Add UPI Support With Auto Recurring Billing Option Soon

HIGHLIGHTS Netflix plans to add support for UPI, we have learned The integration will make it easier for Indians to pay for the service Netflix was previously in talks with Paytm for payments support India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) will soon find another international backer. Netflix plans to roll

Samsung Galaxy J7+ to Sport Dual Camera Setup, Facial Recognition, Bixby Support: Report

HIGHLIGHTS The Galaxy J7+ will sport vertical dual rear cameras It will support Samsung’s virtual assistant Bixby It is also tipped to feature facial recognition Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy Note 8 was the first for the company to sport a dual rear camera setup and going by recent reports

Asus ZenWatch 3 starts receiving support for Android Wear 2.0

Well, the smartwatch should have received the update long time back, but it is better late than never. After Google launched the Android Wear 2.0 update, it had announced which smartwatches would be getting the update. Both ZenWatch 2 and 3 were supposed to be upgraded to

Microsoft cuts support to most Windows Phone operating systems

Microsoft may have finally called time on its Windows Phone hardware Microsoft is officially set to pull the plug on its Windows Phone smartphone business. The company has reportedly signalled that it will be wrapping up its operations in the mobile device market within the next few weeks. The

Google Home support coming to LG’s Music Flow speakers

LG’s Music Flow speakers are based on Google Cast (now “Chromecast built-in”) and on its site, LG specifically shows a home with a multi-room setup. Yet, while both Sonos and B&O products work with Google Homeand Google Chromecast Multiroom, so far, LG’s Google-specific models do not. However,

Affinity Photo 1.5 released, packed with new features and Windows support

In a definite shift towards platform parity, Affinity Photo has finally been relased for Windows, delivering everything that the hugely popular Mac software does. The availability of a Windows version coincides with the release of version 1.5, which is a huge update packing the Photoshop rival with

Support For Windows Server 2003 Ends Today

Not long ago, Microsoft ended support for one of the most widely used operating systems in history, Windows XP. Now, Microsoft has ended support for a product that impacted the server world almost as much as Windows XP impacted the PC world, Windows Server 2003. Windows Server

Computerworld UK Daily Digest – 13 January 2016: What is devops? – Microsoft ends Windows 8 support – Dell UK enterprise chief emboldened by EMC deal

  Welcome to today’s ComputerworldUK Daily Digest. We explore devops and ask, what is it?! Also, why your business should upgrade to Windows 10 and what 2016 has instore for Dell. Plus: what publishers should do about adblocking. What is devops? The ultimate definition We explore what