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The Virtual Reality Industry is growing at a slow pace and is expected to grow from a $4.5 billion business in 2018 to $19.0 billion of revenue by 2021. Currently, Sony is leading the VR race with over 2 million units of PlayStation VR sold. Facebook sits just behind with their Oculus VR headsets. Read More
Today, Sony announced a new phone, a mid-tier waterproof device known as the Xperia M2 Aqua. The specifications of the device are quite similar to the Xperia M2 (apart from the waterproofing, of course), with a low resolution qHD 4.8″ display, a Quad Core Snapdragon 400 Processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, a 2300mAh battery, and an Exmor RS 8MP rear facing camera. Read More
As you may know, Sony had a countdown timer on their site, and when it reached zero, they were supposed to announce something new. But, like us, Sony couldn’t hold onto it much longer, and made the countdown timer tick to zero, about a week before it should have, and what they announced, isn’t something which you might consider really special. Read More
Xiaomi is introducing an efficient way towards personal finance for young professionals with Mi Credit. Xiaomi has started this venture in partnership with KreditBee, an instant personal loan platform. A list has been put up on the company’s website of all the financial loan providers on Mi Credit. Users just need to log into the platform to apply for quick loans. Read More
MP4 is one of the most common formats for recording both audio and video. It is supported and thus can be played by iPod, iPhone, Sony PSP, and many other devices. Also, the MP4 is great for backing up DVD movies, because it allows you to get a small file in which the video quality stays on top.
Today, almost all modern TVs support the option to connect USB devices to play photos and video from them, without the need to connect the old DVD player. Admit it, to play a file from a flash drive or an external hard drive is much more convenient! However, it’s not always possible for the TV to read all the video formats. So that’s where you might face some difficulties. For example, recently I had to watch a DVD, and I could not do it, because you can’t play DVD-video format from a TV, you can only use ordinary video formats, for example, MP4, AVI, 3GP, and others. Connecting a DVD is not an option; it may take too much time. And there is no guarantee that the disc will play fine. Read More