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CBS Television Studios announced yesterday it will launch a totally new Star Trek television series in January 2017, but only one episode will actually air on the network.
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It may have escaped your notice — it did ours — but last week RedShark published story number 3000. We were also three years old last month.
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This is the culmination of RedShark's first ever awards. Well done to the winners, announced below:
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Two recent announcements — Rogers in Canada planning live baseball in HDR and Dolby inking a deal with MStar to put its Vision system on a chip — show that the momentum behind HDR is starting to accelerate.
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Last month's IBC in Amsterdam was a great show with a record attendance and a decent buzz to it, but where were all the new products?
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A corporate restructure at Sony means that its lucrative and successful image sensor business will now have to stand on its own two feet.
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With the imminently released fourth gen Apple TV deciding to eschew 4K compatibility, erstwhile rival Roku is making a play for the resolution high ground with the new 4K-capable Roku 4.
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We've spotted an unbelievable deal for a 4K television that underscores just how far prices have fallen.
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Been asked to provide your services for free lately? Andrew Johnstone on the insidious nature of The Culture of Free.
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You can now buy six of Amazon’s new colour Kindles (i.e. a fully-fledged tablet) for $250. It was eye popping enough to see the price for individual tablets, which is $50, but if you buy five, you get an additional one free. Is this degree of commoditisation about to happen to cameras?
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Through a forthcoming firmware update, Sony will bring high dynamic range functionality to more of its 2015 4K televisions, but this update is just part of Sony's play to be the leader in HDR video solutions for the living room.
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