Nero AG wins patent dispute: JVC Kenwood Corp. appeal rejected
Nero TuneItUp – Gets Windows®-based PCs back to speed and back in shape
You Think Burning Is Outdated? Think again. Nero announces Volume Licensing and SecurDisc 3.0 technology for SMBs and enterprises.
Available in two editions, Nero 2015 Classic and Nero 2015 Platinum, the Nero suite comes jam-packed with more than 10 top features and new companion apps for Android™ and iOS
Nero is prepping up for the next-gen gaming consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4: Updates to Nero 2014 make video conversion for the latest consoles and even more devices, such as the iPhone 5S/C, iPad Air or Kindle Fire HDX, easier than ever.
A clean slate for Nero BackItUp 2014. The all-new release backs up user’s personal files locally and on the “Infinite GB” online drive. No hidden “fair-use” policy, backup of an unlimited number of smartphones or tablets and a 3-step-backup set it apart – and at 49 USD/year, it’s priced incredibly low.
Nero 2014 supports streaming of videos, photos, and slide shows to the Xbox One. This way, Nero 2014 users can enjoy media content on their TV via streaming even if they don't have a smart TV.
Nero 2014 fully supports the new Windows operating system. This allows customers to benefit from the new Windows version and to be sure that Nero 2014 still works hassle-free.
Nero 2014 is the ultimate solution for enabling users to connect all their media at home and on the go. It is ideal for people who want to find and organize their photos, videos and music quickly; who own tablets or new convertible devices without a disc drive, but still have archives of optical discs at home or videos from various sources and don’t want to worry about format, resolution etc. when watching them on any of their devices. Nero 2014 is the right choice for media aficionados eager to stream media to new streaming-enabled HDTV Sets from their PC.
The highlights at the IFA in Berlin clearly show: Playback and capture devices that support 4K are becoming more affordable and will soon find their way into our living rooms. However, users need the right software to edit and prepare their content for playback on 4K devices.