This week, Cambridge Audio's SE1 headphones had a proper release following its limited run last year, Lionsgate announced that the forthcoming Power Rangers 4K Blu-ray will come with Dolby Vision and Netflix announced plans to bring HDR content to mobile phones, starting with the LG G6.
Following a limited edition run last year, Cambridge Audio has decided to give its SE1 in-ears a full release.
They're available to buy from Cambridge Audio's website, priced £68. Some of the proceeds will go to Youth Music, a national charity that invests in music-making activities for young, disadvantaged people.
Netflix is set to add HDR support to mobile devices, though it comes with a caveat.
The HDR tech is thought to be exclusive (initially) to LG's G6, with support for other HDR-enabled smartphones in the pipeline.
There's no exact date for when HDR will arrive, but Netflix says it is "coming soon".
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