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HDR is a feature on your iPhone that improves the quality of pictures you take.

‘What does HDR mean on an iPhone?’: A guide to the iPhone’s HDR camera mode, and how to control it manually

On an iPhone, the acronym HDR means "High dynamic range," and it refers to the way an image's quality is processed for optimal exposure.
Netflix-selected TVs must include five of Netflix's own seven criteria.

Netflix made a list of the best TVs for using its app — here’s which ones made the cut

Netflix has a list of TVs it think delivers the best experience for watching and streaming Netflix, but it's not highlighting things like 4K or HDR.

Here’s why HDR, not 4K, is the most important upgrade for your next TV

4K TVs have improved to the point where it's finally safe to make the upgrade — but 4K itself isn't the reason you should do so.

Best Buy is offering amazing deals on Vizio’s 4K TVs, including P-Series and E-Series models

For a limited time, Best Buy is offering amazing deals on different Vizio P-Series and E-Series 4K TVs with HDR support and other smart features.

Samsung has an upgrade program for TVs that lets you get a new one every two years, but it’s probably not right for you

Samsung's new TV-buying program is like a smartphone upgrade program, but for TVs.

These are the 15 best video games to put your 4K HDR screen to the test

Video games are ideal for showing off the power of 4K HDR displays. From race tracks to ancient tombs and foreign planets, games give viewers the greatest control of what appears on their screen.

If you preorder LG’s new iPhone X clone, you can get a free 4K HDR TV — but only if you live in Canada

LG is running a great promotion for its new smartphone, the LG G7 Thinq, which looks like an awful lot like Apple's iPhone X but runs Android 8.0 Oreo. If you live in Canada, and you preorder the LG G7 Thinq smartphone between May 18 and May 31, you'll get a 43-inch 4K TV with HDR from LG, for free.

Here’s what it’s like to play video games on the widest computer monitor in the world

Don't try Samsung's super-ultra-wide CHG90 monitor if you want to stay happy with your normal widescreen monitor.

This $650 TV thinks it costs $1,000 – and I’d recommend it to absolutely everyone

TVs that are this good and have as many features usually cost $1,000 or more.