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drag2share: Smartphone Users Are Spending More Of Their Time On Longer Videos

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Mobile accounted for 12% of all hours spent consuming online video in June, according to Ooyala’s latest Global Video Index report.

Mobile continues to carve out an ever greater share of online video-viewing as video consumption migrates to mobile devices. A year before, mobile’s share of online video-viewing hours was just 7%.

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Smartphone audiences are spending a surprising amount of their video-viewing time on longer video sessions. Smartphone users spent 53% of their time on sessions lasting 10 minutes or longer, up from 44% in the fourth quarter of 2012. Further, they spent 38% of their time on sessions lasting at least 30 minutes.

Smartphone and tablet video-viewing behavior is converging. The breakdown of video session length on smartphones and tablets now looks much the same.

The increase in longer video sessions on smartphones might be tied to exploding growth in the adoption of large-screen smartphones a! nd the g reater availability of ultra-fast 4G networks, which dramatically improve on-the-go video playback quality.

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Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 news No Comments

$1,450 for high-res, high framerate home viewing

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/30/redray-4k-cinema-player-1-450-pre-order/

Redray 4K Cinema Player is ready to preorder, $1,450 for highres, framerate at home

We got a peek at Red’s Redray 4K Cinema Player and Projector back in April at NAB, but now you can bring the player portion of it to your own home very soon. You’ll need to bring your own 4K Ultra HD display but for $1,450 you can pre-order a unit capable of native 4,096 × 2,160 or 3,840 x 2,160 video playback (in .RED file format) and upscaling. It connects to 4K displays via one HDMI 1.4 port or 4 HDMI 1.3 ports, with an additional HDMI jack needed to push 7.1 audio. It’s even ready for the new high framerate 3D video that we’ll see debut at theaters next week with The Hobbit. There’s no mention of the Red Laser Projector yet, so you’ll have to BYO 4K display, which right now would probably mean something by LG or Sony.

To get content home Red is also launching its nationwide fiber-based Odemax.com over-the-top distribution network. Red co-owner Jarred Land calls it the “only comprehensive distribution solution for 4K,” with built-in DRM, sales and analytics tools. He goes on to say that the Redray player will begin shipping at the end of December, with volume shipping promised in Q1 2013. A new RRencoder plugin for the Redcine-X viewer will launch in mid-December for converting external footage to the .RED format, and finally Odemax is scheduled to come online in January in time for the Sundance film f! estival. Check for more details after the break, plus a few more pics and a press release with all the specs.

Gallery: Red Redray Cinema Player, Odemax.com 4K info

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Saturday, December 1st, 2012 news No Comments

3D cameras, half the energy draw

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/19/intel-roadmap-leak-outlines-bay-trail-based-atom-for-tablets/

Intel roadmap leak outlines Bay Trailbased Atom for tablets in detail 3D cameras, half the energy draw

Intel isn’t having much success keeping its upcoming Bay Trail-era Atom platform under wraps. If the previous overview leak wasn’t enough, a roadmap uncovered by Mobile Geeks has just explored the finer points of the tablet-oriented Bay View-T and its Valleyview-T processors. The most surprising leap may be in graphics: while we knew the GPU core would be much faster, we’re now seeing that the new Intel hardware can output to as much as a 2,560 x 1,600 display and record stereoscopic, 1080p 3D video in the event that 3D-capable tablets come back into vogue. Likewise, battery life should be rosier than you’d expect; Bay Trail-T can reach the same performance at half the power, which should lead to about two extra hours of video playback for at least some of the 1.6GHz to 2.1GHz processors in the lineup. Don’t get too excited by the potential, however. If the leak is accurate, Bay Trail for tablets isn’t expected until early 2014, by which point 22-nanometer Atoms will be a step behind the cutting edge.

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Monday, November 19th, 2012 news No Comments

$249, ultrathin, 6.5-hour battery, 1080p video

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/10/18/google-launches-11-6-inch-arm-based-samsung-chromebook-249-ul/

DNP  Google launches Samsung Series 3 Chromebook ARMbased, fanless, 65hour battery, 1080p video, $249

Google just launched the latest iteration of its Chrome OS-based laptop here in San Francisco — the $249 (or £229, for those in the UK) 11.6-inch Samsung Chromebook. It’s ARM-based (fanless), 0.8-inches thick, weighs only 2.43 pounds, runs 6.5+ hours on battery, boots in under 10 seconds and supports 1080p video playback. Pre-orders start today at Amazon and PC World, and the laptop includes Google Now integration using Google Drive as a transport and comes with 100GB of free storage for two years. It will be available for sale on the Play Store and featured prominently at retailers like Best Buy, and naturally, we’re expecting this one to make a bigger splash than prior models based on the bargain bin price alone.

Under the hood, there’s a dual-core A15-based Samsung Exynos 5 Dual (5250) SoC, 2GB RAM, 16GB of built-in flash storage, WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth, all of which should act to give this Chromebook a lot more oomph compared to slower, earlier models. Other specs include a 1366 x 768 native screen resolution, a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 socket, combo headphone / mic jack, an SD card slot and a “full-size Chrome keyboard.” Hit up the links below for the nitty-gritty, or hop on past the break for a promo vid.

Update: Our hands-o! n with t he new Chromebook is live!

Gallery: New Chromebook (2012)

Gallery: Google 11.6-inch ARM-based Samsung Chromebook hands-on

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