Welcome to 2018! You’d think that the week before CES, the largest consumer electronics show in the world, that technology news would be scarce. However, it isn’t! Kodi has come to the Xbox One. A trusted Blu-ray reviewer has found the Xbox One S to have some serious HDR issues. There’s a new standard intended to help consumers pick the perfect HDR computer monitor, and it comes at a great time as Netflix now supports HDR on Windows 10 PCs.
The audio news of the week was depressing. Groove Music is no longer a streaming music service. iTunes was also promised to come to the Microsoft Store by the end of 2017, and that deadline was missed.
Make sure you listen to the end, because Richard has a new podcast to announce!
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- Kodi comes full circle with a return to the Xbox
- Xbox One S/X HDR quality
- New standard sets baseline for HDR on PC displays
- Netflix now streams HDR video on Windows 10
- Plex Brings Live TV to Roku
- Goodbye, Groove Music
- iTunes not in Microsoft Store yet
- Xbox Live Games With Gold For January 2018
- Let’s Talk About Thrones
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