All In Microsoft
The next-generation Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 have arrived, VR gaming continues to mature and other influences make the category prime for profitability.
Andrew Nichols · February 05, 2021
Major categories like 8K TVs, video game consoles, wireless headphones, and wellness technology are all poised for a big 2021.
CE Pro Editors · February 02, 2021
Due to millions of consumers being forced to stay home and search for entertainment, the video game console market is looking extremely strong in 2020.
Andrew Nichols · November 03, 2020
Industry experts Joel Silver and Matt Murray offered a wealth of video performance and distribution knowledge to attendees during the pair’s CEDIA Education session.
Andrew Nichols · September 18, 2020
Ranging from $750 to $3,000, Crestron Flex MM merges high-quality video conferencing with unified communications for WFH and corporate office environments.
Jason Knott · August 11, 2020
Microsoft has decided to close all but four Microsoft Store locations across the globe. These new locations will be “reimagined” as experienced centers.
Andrew Nichols · June 26, 2020
QSC has announced that it has joined the Microsoft Teams Device Certification Program. The popular manufacturer is working towards completing specific solution certifications aimed at further empowering effective meetings and collaboration with Teams Rooms and the Q-SYS Ecosystem in larger, more complex room types. “The Q-SYS Ecosystem has always provided solutions for audio, video and […]
Robert Archer · June 23, 2020
CE Pro research finds residential and commercial integrators lagging on cybersecurity coverage; 40% not protecting their own businesses with cybersecurity solutions.
Arlen Schweiger · April 22, 2020
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