First adopters want the service in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento can reserve their spot on September 13 and be rewarded immensely.
As it turns out, the Japanese tech company's latest 4K phone is its most expensive yet. But there's a freebie to be had for Amazon customers.
There's 50 percent more RAM here than on the Xperia XZ2, an extra camera, a larger selfie camera, a larger battery and a 4K HDR display.
Well, it's a Chromebook in name so far, since it's at least running Chrome OS for certain. It's also said to be running on the same logics as the Pixelbook.
It has a dedicated security processing unit, more artificial intelligence branches to camera and mixed reality processing and the beefiest cores yet.
This is a long overdue development in the streaming video ecosystem, but with YouTube and Vimeo sticking around as well as Facebook, better late than never.
In total, there are five new Roku digital media players up for pre-order today, ranging in retail pricing from $30 to $100.
A lot smaller and cheaper than the Apple TV 4K, the "all-new" Amazon Fire TV does basically the same things, including streaming 4K HDR content.
Technically, the NVIDIA Shield TV set-top box isn't getting upgraded or revised today. It's merely ditching the controller to save you 20 bucks.
The new iPhones are going to shoot 4K video at 60 frames a second. Right now, Samsung says the Galaxy Note 8 can, too — even though we only see 30 tops.
Three new phones, one new camera... essentially. And for the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, you've got new realities to discover with AR.
Fittingly and unimaginatively called Apple TV 4K, the Cupertino-based tech titan's latest digital media player can finally stream 4K content.
The dual rear-facing camera setup of the iPhone 7 Plus-inspired OnePlus 5 was never really bad, but now it's so much better thanks to EIS.
Pearl ID, aka Face Unlock, on the upcoming iPhone 8 is truly starting to sound like a competent Touch ID replacement. That 4K Apple TV is exciting too.
All the colors coming out of Netflix recently have required you to own an Android phone in order to experience them. Same deal today.
Unfortunately, you can't download files that have been labeled (by mistake at this premature stage) as "Movie (4K, HDR)".
Samsung is now playing with Hollywood's codec of choice for compressing 4K video. As a large TV and smartphone maker, it's a big deal.
LeEco wedges its way into more Best Buy stores as well as Fry's Electronics, BrandsMart USA and will be making an appearance on the Home Shopping Network.
The surprisingly hot new Sony Xperia XZ Premium tries to make 4K screen resolution happen again, packing a lot of impressive technologies... on paper.
The Exynos 9 series of application processors starts off with a chip, its name starting with an "8". We can make sense of this, do not worry.
It's a sale upon a sale! Adding onto a ten-day frenzy for Valentine's Day is a "flash" event for some 4K TVs and a new color for a flagship smartphone.
The Android TV-powered NVIDIA Shield set-top box, originally released back in 2015 on Lollipop, is now moving to 7.0 Nougat, also receiving other upgrades.
Rumors say that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will skiff on the extra pixels, so it might almost be obvious to start talking about the Note 8 in this aspect.