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

By Robert Archer · November 9, 2017 • The "outdated" 1980s technology in Stranger Things contributes to the show's overall nostalgia, but how would the plot change if the kids battled evil with today's tech,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?

Google Assistant Now Built into Sony Android TVs

By Robert Archer · November 7, 2017 • The global electronics company Sony is adding the voice control Google Assistant feature to a selection of its Android 4K TV models.

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

By Chelsea Cafiero · July 25, 2017 • Nolan speaks out against Netflix and other at-home streaming services as his World War II hit 'Dunkirk' hits theaters in 70mm IMAX film.

Hulu Confirms New Cable and Broadcast Channel Streaming Service

By Chelsea Cafiero · May 4, 2016 • The service, set to rival streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon, will offer consumers real-time delivery of broadcast and cable TV network channels without requiring a cable connection.

As Video Streaming Gains Popularity, Are People Really Cutting the (Cable) Cord?

By Robert Archer · April 27, 2016 • Despite the perceived popularity of cord cutting, a newly announced study from CR says that TV subscribers are actually combining streaming with subscription cable and satellite services.

Dish Adds 4K Netflix to Benchmark Hopper 3 STB

By Robert Archer · April 8, 2016 • Netflix's array of 4K content joins Sony's library of Ultra HD that Dish Network is now offering through its state-of-the-art Hopper 3 set-top box.

Netflix, Amazon and HBO Now: Consumers Reveal Their Streaming Service Preferences

By Robert Archer · March 16, 2016 • Streaming services like HBO Now, Netflix and Amazon Instant Video are the leading providers of a growing market that also includes shopping, audio, financial, learning and even dating options.

Netflix vs. VPNs: What Integrators Should Know About Network Security

By Bjorn Jensen · February 19, 2016 • Netflix has waged war against proxy services, which can have bad consequences for clients using VPNs. How much do you know about VPNs, privacy and network security?

VIZIO’s Value-Minded D Series 4K TVs Are Loaded with Features

By Robert Archer · February 18, 2016 • The fully backlit LCD televisions from VIZIO range from 40 inches to 65 inches, offering 4K resolutions and 802.11ac wireless networking connectivity.

Sony Announces Availability, Pricing of Latest 4K HDR Televisions

By Robert Archer · February 17, 2016 • Sony's new premium 4K UHD TVs feature its TRILUMINOS display technologies and support high dynamic range (HDR) color gamuts.

Tidal Launches Original TV Content with ‘No Small Talk’ Comedy Series

By CE Pro Editors · November 4, 2015 • 'No Small Talk' launches on Jay Z's Tidal streaming platform. 'Money & Violence' to launch in January 2016.

Crestron DigitalMedia is More Than Ready for 4K

By CE Pro Editors · August 14, 2015 • As television and streaming services like Netflix and DirecTV prepare for the consumerization of 4K, Crestron readies its 4K Certification program for third-party sources and displays.

Latest Video News: UHD Alliance Looks for Support; NAB Show

By Robert Archer · April 9, 2015 • Momentum continues to build within the consumer electronics and broadcasting industries for the adoption and development of 4K video.

FCC Backs Net Neutrality: ‘House of Cards’ Watchers Can Rejoice

By Robert Archer · February 26, 2015 • The FCC's support of net neutrality helps to ensure that service providers do not discriminate their service preferences to consumers.

Streaming Market Defining Offline Content Access Standards: Amazon Says Yes & Netflix Says No

By Robert Archer · December 19, 2014 • The evolution of the streaming market finds service providers taking individual stances to allow users access to programming.

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