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What if the Stranger Things Kids Weren’t Stuck with 1980s Technology?

The “outdated” 1980s technology in Stranger Things contributes to the show’s overall nostalgia, but how would the plot change if the kids battled evil with today’s tech, instead?

Robert Archer · November 09, 2017

Why Christopher Nolan Shot ‘Dunkirk’ in 70mm IMAX Film

Nolan speaks out against Netflix and other at-home streaming services as his World War II hit ‘Dunkirk’ hits theaters in 70mm IMAX film.

Chelsea Cafiero · July 25, 2017

CE Pro 100 Loves Sonos, So Is It Time to Stop Complaining?

Despite the public complaints from integrators about the brand, Sonos leads multiple categories among CE Pro 100 integrators including surprisingly in soundbars and subwoofers.

Jason Knott · June 09, 2017

Dish Adds YouTube to Hopper 3 STB

Dish has bolstered its Hopper 3 set-top box (STB) with the addition of YouTube accessibility.

Robert Archer · October 21, 2016

Inside TiVo’s CEDIA 2016 Booth: The BOLT+ Debut

TiVO’s new BOLT+ is its biggest, fastest DVR yet; a streamer, cable box, DVR and PLEX client all-in-one device.

CE Pro Editors · September 27, 2016

TiVo’s New BOLT+ Is 4K-ready DVR with 6 Tuners and 3TB of Recording Capability

TiVO’s new BOLT+ is its biggest, fastest DVR yet; a streamer, cable box, DVR and PLEX client all-in-one device. The BOLT+ will be demonstrated at CEDIA 2016 in booth 3014.

CE Pro Editors · September 12, 2016

New D-Link AV2 2000 Powerline Kit Enables Faster Networking Speeds, 4K Video

D-Link’s new AV2 2000 Powerline Kit can transform a home’s existing electrical lines into high-speed networking connections that delivers speeds up to 2,000Mbps and enables 4K video streaming.

Robert Archer · August 05, 2016

Hulu Confirms New Cable and Broadcast Channel Streaming Service

The service will offer consumers real-time delivery of broadcast and cable TV network channels without requiring a cable connection.

Chelsea Cafiero · May 04, 2016

CasaTunes CT-1/CT-2 Music Servers Streamlined with Smaller Footprint

Colo.-based CasaTunes newly redesigned multi-mode music servers are cost-effective digital music servers that take up less space in cabinets and racks.

Robert Archer · March 03, 2016