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What's on TV: 'Shadow of the Tomb Raider' and 'Bojack Horseman'

Engadget

The NFL is back in action, and along with it we have a slew of fall TV shows returning. That includes bingeable (it's a word) options on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu like Bojack Horseman season five, The First, Forever and American Vandal season two. For gamers, the standard edition of NBA 2K19 is here, plus the latest Tomb Raider game, while Blu-ray fans can get Oceans 8 or Batman: The Killing Joke on 4K Blu-ray. Look after the break to check out each day's highlights, including trailers and let us know what you think (or what we missed). Richard's been tech-obsessed since first laying hands on an Atari joystick.


Everything coming to Netflix in September

Mashable

If you were planning to be extra productive this back-to-school season, I've got some bad news. Netflix's September lineup is a time-consuming masterpiece. SEE ALSO: 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' has a little secret in the credits Jam-packed with awesome content and only a few possible duds (ahem, Iron Fist: Season 2), Netflix's upcoming month has a lot to offer. Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and The Dark Knight complete a heroic lineup, alongside Marvel's Black Panther. And, as we inch closer to Halloween, the dark psychological mini-series Maniac and horror tour de force The Witch will begin streaming to get you in the spooky spirit.


Netflix's new AI tweaks each scene individually to make video look good even on slow internet

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Annoying pauses in your streaming movies are going to become less common, thanks to a new trick Netflix is rolling out. It's using artificial intelligence techniques to analyze each shot in a video and compress it without affecting the image quality, thus reducing the amount of data it uses. The new encoding method is aimed at the growing contingent of viewers in emerging economies who watch video on phones and tablets. "We're allergic to rebuffering," said Todd Yellin, a vice president of innovation at Netflix. "No one wants to be interrupted in the middle of Bojack Horseman or Stranger Things."