Intel is boosting its 3D video technology for sports programming with the acquisition of Israeli firm Replay Technologies, which provides “free dimensional” or “freeD” technology that creates seamless 3D video rendering using 28 UltraHD cameras. Intel recently used the technology to enable 360 degree experience for fans at the NBA All-Start Weekend. “Together, we will scale this new category for sports entertainment that we call immersive sports… For athletes, coaches, broadcasters and fans, the ability to capture, analyze and share data adds compelling new dimensions to the game,” Intel said in a blog post last week.

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Netflix Target Price Raised

Analysts over at LightShed Partners raised Netflix ’s target price to $630 from its Oct 2019 price of $375, citing a lack of movie competition from competitors like Disney+ , Apple TV+ , HBO Max and Peacock

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