Sony’s new 2020 TV lineup will be available at retailers very soon with several new models to choose from, under seven different series. These models will have 8K and 4K picture resolution capabilities and LED/LCD and OLED TV technologies as noted below. All models will also have HDR (High Dynamic Range) capability. So here’s the rundown:
I will get right to the point; Netflix has finally listened to its subscribers and will now allow you to turn off the autoplay preview feature on their service. The autoplay feature will begin playing a trailer or video clip when hovering over a tile when browsing for content. Now, with the option to turn autoplay off, videos and films won’t begin to play trailers or video clips automatically as you search for content.
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