All In Microsoft
The newly announced Xbox Project Scarlett comes with goodies like 8K support, ray-tracing, solid state drives, and a next-gen AMD processor.
Andrew Nichols · June 10, 2019
Google’s streaming-centric gaming platform gives gamers the ability to play 4K HDR games on phones, tablets, PCs, and TVs without expensive consoles or other pieces of proprietary hardware.
Andrew Nichols · March 27, 2019
With CES 2019 officially in the books, many tech sites have published ‘Best of CES’ lists and some patterns have become clear.
Andrew Nichols · February 1, 2019
Crestron’s new Flex products are designed to keep business conversations flowing no matter where they take place.
Lisa Montgomery · October 12, 2018
Wide range of two-way drivers through RTI provide control and feedback for assortment of home theater and A/V distribution gear.
Lisa Montgomery · October 8, 2018
In a blog post, Microsoft president Brad Smith emplores Congress to create a bipartisan expert commision to regulate the use of facial recognition technologies.
CE Pro Editors · July 19, 2018
Microsoft and Johnson Controls partner to create GLAS, a classy-looking smart thermostat with Microsoft Cortana voice assistant built in.
Chelsea Cafiero · August 9, 2017
Business Management Software is a new category for 2017, with Intuit driven by its ubiquitous QuickBooks leading the way. The only custom industry market-specific solution among the top five is D-Tools.
Robert Archer · June 19, 2017
D-Tools maintains its hefty CE Pro 100 dealer support. Mainstream solutions like Microsoft’s Visio, Autodesk’s AutoCAD and Intuit’s QuickBooks were also popular choices.
Robert Archer ·
Overtaking longtime category leader Sony, Microsoft garners the top spot in the category of Gaming Systems.
Robert Archer · June 6, 2017