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LG's new Signature OLED is one of the first TVs to support HDR. Photo: LG

LG’s new Signature OLED is one of the first TVs to support HDR. Photo: LG

CES has brought us a whole host of new TVs that support HDR video, but like 4K, the content isn’t easy to come by right now. Fortunately, Google is going to change that by making HDR video available through YouTube.


Smartphone cameras have improved tremendously in the last few years but a camera is only as good as the photography skills of the person using it. If your photography skills are poor, it does not matter whether you use a Lumia 1020 or an HTC One, the final images will still come out looking mediocre.

Thankfully, photography skills are no rocket science and can be easily learnt by anyone. Below, we list down some tips that should help you in taking better photos with your smartphone camera.


Google is rolling out another new update to its stock Camera app to add two new panorama modes, 16:9 capturing, and a self-timer. The version 2.2 release comes less than a month after Google Camera received the ability to capture photos while recording video.


With the Galaxy S5 set to make its retail debut in just over a week, Samsung can now turn its attention to the flagship’s smaller sibling, the Galaxy S5 mini.

The handset is expected to make its debut in June, and according to inside sources familiar with Samsung’s plans, it’s going to feature a 4.5-inch 720p display, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and 16GB of internal storage as standard.


Samsung made a big fuss out of the Galaxy S5’s new 16-megapixel camera during its Unpacked 5 event in Barcelona, and based on these stunning sample shots, it would have been silly not to. The new flagship takes smartphone photography to a whole new level — a level I don’t think we’ve seen on Android ever before.

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