A lot happened this week in the world of consumer entertainment technology, and unfortunately, a lot of it was bad news. HDHomeRun Premium TV and Microsoft’s Ebook store are going away, and Sony implemented a terrible solution for digital refunds. It wasn’t all bad though. Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs are getting some awesome new object-based audio features. Plex took a new stab at their app’s navigation user interface, and TiVo is debuting a new automatic commercial skipping feature.
Oh, and for the record, Richard (the Apple fanatic) suggested the show title.
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- HDHomeRun Premium TV is Ending its Service
- Xbox One And PC Getting Yet Another Cool New Audio Feature
- Comcast’s new streaming box for cord cutters
- Remastered Thanks to You: our brand new TV navigation is here!
- TiVo Automatic Commercial Skipping Debuts This Spring
- Spotify Starts Testing New Duo Plan for Couples
- PlayStation Store will now refund preorders and games, but only if you haven’t downloaded them
- Phantom White Special Edition Controller now available
- Xbox Games with Gold for April 2019
- PlayStation Plus: Free Games for April 2019
- Microsoft is Closing Its Ebook Store, Edge Support
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