Hulu subscribers can now download content to watch offline on their Android devices or Fire TV tablets, the streaming service announced on Twitter yesterday. The feature has arrived on Android just under a month after it came to iOS and iPadOS. In order to use the feature youll have to be a subscriber to Hulus $11.99-per-month No Ads plan rather than its cheaper $5.99 subscription.
Offline downloads have been available on competing streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime Video for a few years now, and its an incredibly useful feature if youre planning on watching a show somewhere where you know you wont have a stable internet connection like a plane or the subway.
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LGs G-Sync firmware update will arrive starting this week for compatible 2019 OLED TVs in North America. The company says that three ranges of OLED TVs will get the feature: the E9, C9, and entry-level B9. LG says that TVs in other regions will receive the update before the end of the year.
G-Sync is Nvidias variable refresh rate technology that eliminates screen-tearing by synchronizing your graphics card with your display. Until now, its a technology thats been more commonly found in PC monitors rather than TVs. However, recently Nvidia has opened up the standard, making it compatible with monitors that previously only supported AMDs FreeSync technology, and now some LG TVs.
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