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4K Blu-ray discs confirmed by the Blu-ray Disc Association

4K Blu-ray discs confirmed by the Blu-ray Disc Association

By 13 January 2014

After CES 2014, where a selection of 4K TVs were on show, and Netflix announced its 4K content, the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has announced it will release 4K Blu-ray discs. While the future may be in streamed 4K UHD content, Blu-ray discs will... >>

4K Blu-ray discs leaked, manage a whopping 100GB capacity

4K Blu-ray discs leaked, manage a whopping 100GB capacity

By 12 September 2013

The Blu-ray Disc Association may not have announced the 4K disc just yet but a manufacturer has taken the plunge already. Disc creator Singlus has revealed that it will be one company, "that provides the machine technology for three-layer Blu-ray Discs... >>

What is HEVC and h.265? The future of 1080p movie streaming explained

What is HEVC and h.265? The future of 1080p movie streaming explained

By 29 January 2013

Video compression is essential for home entertainment. Without it, we'd be stuck in a world with just a few dozen TV channels. Since digital was first introduced in the UK, we've had compressed TV - it's a really great way of getting a lot more out of... >>

3D better than 2D, says your brain

3D better than 2D, says your brain

By 28 March 2011

People are 12 per cent more attentive when watching Blu-ray 3D compared to a conventional Blu-ray disc and 29 per cent more attentive when that same 3D experience is up against a plain old DVD. So says recent research commissioned by the Blu-ray Disc... >>

Blu-Ray discs selling a little better

Blu-Ray discs selling a little better

By 14 April 2010

Despite subscription-based music-on-demand services performing rather well and slowly knocking the CD out of the market, there's a marked lack of similar offerings for the movie industry. Perhaps that's the reason why the Blu-ray seems to be starting... >>

Toshiba joins Blu-ray Disc Association

Toshiba joins Blu-ray Disc Association

By 10 August 2009

Over a year ago, Toshiba gave in and finally dropped its last vestiges of support for its ultimately unsuccessful HD-DVD format. For a while, the company coasted along, building upscaling products and ignoring Blu-ray entirely. Well, now Toshiba's gone... >>