Posts Tagged ‘blu-ray’

No matter how obscure the task, you can bet your bottom dollar that there is a website, app, or another piece of software that can fulfill the need.

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A Russian outfit has released DeUHD app that can RIP protected 4K UHD Blu-ray discs that have until now been relatively untouched.

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A 4K UHD Blu-ray disc torrent has popped up online, possibly suggesting that the AACS 2.0 encryption technology has been cracked for the first time.

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Netflix has launched a new iPhone app called ‘DVD Netflix’ to let users manage their DVD and Blu-ray physical disc queue on the go.

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Steve Jobs movie’s DVD, Blu-ray and digital HD release gets a confirmed release date. The movie is about the talismanic Apple co-founder starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.

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With Ultra HD (4K) resolution beginning to take over as the new nail-biting standard of high definition video, Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has announced that the Ultra HD Blu-ray (4K) specification is now complete, as it further reveals this next-gen format’s official logo as well.

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You can download this insanely popular Blu-ray player app for Windows and Mac absolutely free. It was previously available for $50. More details can be found right here.

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Sony has just rolled out a software update to PS4 owners, with the marquee feature being the new-found support for 3D Blu-ray movies. We’ve got all of the details right here, so be sure to join us after the fold.

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With any new technology standards or formats, there’s always a trial stage whereby an assessment is made as to whether moving towards it is a viable or necessary pursuit. While 3DTV continues to struggle through lack of content and general interest, 4K looks to be taking strides as the next de facto quality level for our viewing pleasure, and the Blu-ray Disc Association’s decision to announce 4K Blu-ray discs suggests that this will be the natural next step.

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When the retail version of Windows 8 was released back in October last year, it brought a lot of improvements over all the earlier versions, despite the fact that a lot of people didn’t seem very happy with it. The new Modern UI, along with its ability to launch apps much faster, the improved copy/move dialog box, the new task manager with a plethora of new options, and the Charms bar, for instance, are just some examples to name, among many others. However, not all features (or lack thereof) could really be considered as improvements. I can understand the grudge that some people hold against Microsoft for taking away the Start menu to be a matter of personal preference, but some changes were downright limiting, the top of which turns out to be the operating system’s native inability to play DVD & Blu-ray discs.

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Top Gun has withstood the test of time, and despite having released in the 1980’s, is still revered is a classic movie. It took a relatively little-known actor in Tom Cruise and helped make him the household name he is today, entertaining millions along the way. Now, Top Gun is set for a dramatic return to the Big Screen for six days only, but this is no ordinary re-run, since the classic theatrical will burst from obscurity in three wondrous dimensions.

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Hardcore fans of The Dark Knight trilogy of Batman films by Christopher Nolan will be happy to know that the Blu-ray release of the latest (and last) entry in the series – The Dark Knight Rises – has been officially detailed and confirmed. Details are available after the jump.

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