March Madness Live brings all the college basketball action. Roku has new features. Apple Music Classical is expected soon. Sony spews more nonsense.
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Sony unveils the A95L QD-OLED. Movies Anywhere is removing one of their most unique features. Sonos announced the Era 300 and Era 100 speakers.
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Plex adds credit skipping. Spotify will let you train their algorithm. YouTube Music offers more customization of radio. Xbox games are going to GeForce Now.
Peacock cuts the free tier. Paramount+ is coming to cable. Details emerge about Netflix password sharing. Should you buy Samsung’s QD-OLED gaming monitor?
Tablo refunds ATSC 3.0 DVR orders. Apple announces a new HomePod. MGM+ launched. HBO Max raises prices. Apple TV and Apple Music came to Windows.
HTC Vive XR Elite takes VR to the next level. Plex movie rentals. Apple is using “AI” to create audiobooks from eBooks.
Razer and Alienware’s new gaming laptops, Samsung’s crazy monitors, unnecessarily fast displays, the Razer Edge, and PlayStation’s accessible controller.
We take a look at all the big TV and audio announcements at CES 2023 from LG, Samsung, TCL, Hisense, and JBL.
DIRECTV STREAM prices are increasing. The FTC sues to block the Activision acquisition. Xbox is raising game prices. LG launching more OLED gaming monitors.
Plex adds Discover Credits. Fios TV could be a modern Media Center. Amazon looks to rival ESPN programming, and Razer has a new customizable PS5 controller.
Channels DVR can use Tablo TV. Peacock brings locals channels. Netflix with ads doesn’t work on Apple TV. Slingbox is dead. PlayStation VR2 has a date and price.
The NVIDIA SHIELD is finally fixed. The new TCL 6-series TVs are out. It’s hard to buy audiobooks from Spotify, and Amazon Music expands their Prime offering.
Netflix adds ads, prices are increasing for Apple TV+, Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Premium. Razer announces earbuds for gamers.