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Friends: The Reunion finally gets a premiere date for HBO Max

Friends: The Reunion finally gets a premiere date for HBO Max

Friends is unquestionably one of the most popular sitcoms in the world, and in the lead up to the launch of HBO Max, the fact that the streaming service would be home to a Friends reunion was one of its major selling points. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans, ultimately causing production delays for the reunion and making the Friends faithful wait through lockdown. Now, we finally have a premiere date for Friends: The Reunion - as it's officially called - and it's happening in just a couple of weeks.

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Sonos Arc update lets you dial up the Dolby Atmos height effect

Sonos Arc update lets you dial up the Dolby Atmos height effect

Sonos is adding new Dolby Atmos options, making it possible to tweak the performance of the height channels for a more immersive experience. The new software will give Sonos Arc owners more granular control over how the different areas of their home theater sound are configured, after the soundbar launched with Atmos support last year.

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Naim Uniti Atom Headphone Edition puts amp and streaming apps in one lavish box

Naim Uniti Atom Headphone Edition puts amp and streaming apps in one lavish box

If the idea of your own little bubble of perfect audio sounds appealing, Naim Audio's new Uniti Atom Headphone Edition may be the trick to bringing out your inner-audiophile. A headphone-optimized version of the British music equipment specialist's Unity Atom system, it combines a streaming box for platforms like TIDAL and Spotify with a high-quality headphone amp and more.

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Roku Express 4K+ Review: $40 of TV simplicity

Roku Express 4K+ Review: $40 of TV simplicity

For the cost of the monthly subscription to a handful of streaming services, the new Roku Express 4K+ makes a strong platform play for being your set-top box of choice. As always, Roku's pitch is flexibility and user-friendliness, only this time with a picture quality and system speed upgrade plus a handy voice remote. At $39.99, though, what's left out is just as key as what makes the cut, and that's before the challenge of getting every streaming provider to support all of your fancy new features.

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Walmart Onn Android TV streaming device almost ready for launch

Walmart Onn Android TV streaming device almost ready for launch

In its efforts to compete with Amazon, Walmart has started investing in its own mobile and entertainment hardware. Unlike Amazon's Fire devices, however, Walmart's Onn brand has stayed directly under Google's blessed Android ecosystems, which means access to Google Play Store and services. That was true for tablets and now it seems it will be true for Walmart's first streaming device. That might not be the HDMI stick we've seen before but will instead be an Onn Android TV box.

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Roku removed the YouTube TV app, but Google has a way around it

Roku removed the YouTube TV app, but Google has a way around it

It seems Roku and Google are the latest platforms in a squabble over YouTube, this one concerning the YouTube TV app in particular. A dispute between the two companies resulted in Roku removing the YouTube TV app listing from its platform around a week ago, but now Google is back with a change to the main app that gets around the issue.

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BenQ TK700STi 4K HDR projector is made for gamers

BenQ TK700STi 4K HDR projector is made for gamers

BenQ is back with another home projector, and this one is made specifically with gamers in mind. The new BenQ TK700STi 4K projector with HDR support is, according to the company, the first of its kind to offer only 16ms of input lag, making it suitable for people playing fast-paced games like first-person shooters, sports games, and similar.

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PlayStation 5 gets a YouTube TV app months after launch

PlayStation 5 gets a YouTube TV app months after launch

PlayStation 5 owners who happen to be subscribed to YouTube TV will probably be happy to hear that a YouTube TV app has appeared on the console. While an app for YouTube proper has been available on the console since launch day, it's taken months for YouTube TV to head to PlayStation 5. Of course, there probably aren't a ton of YouTube TV subscribers who have a PlayStation 5 at the moment, given the rarity of the console.

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Now you can control Deezer on your Apple HomePod with Siri

Now you can control Deezer on your Apple HomePod with Siri

HomePod users can now ask for music from streaming service Deezer, with the Apple smart speakers expanding Siri support. The new voice functionality works with both the original, discontinued HomePod and the newer, smaller, HomePod mini.

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Sony is adding movies and TV into PlayStation Plus after all, but there’s a catch

Sony is adding movies and TV into PlayStation Plus after all, but there’s a catch

Yesterday, a rather interesting leak suggested that Sony was preparing to roll movies and TV shows into PlayStation Plus under a new feature called the PlayStation Plus Video Pass. While these references were discovered on PlayStation's Polish website, they were quickly pulled down. As it turns out, Sony is indeed going to roll movies and TV content into PlayStation Plus subscriptions, but for now the feature will launch in testing on a very limited scale.

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Sony’s latest Home Cinema Projector has native 4K and a huge price tag

Sony’s latest Home Cinema Projector has native 4K and a huge price tag

Sony has announced two new projectors designed for home theaters: the VPL-VW325ES and VPL-VW1025ES. Both models feature native 4K support, according to Sony, which packed in features like its X1 projector picture processor and dynamic HDR enhancement. Both models are available now, but they come with substantial price tags.

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Netflix Kids profile redesign adds show characters for young users

Netflix Kids profile redesign adds show characters for young users

Netflix has kids' profiles that enable parents to restrict young children to age-appropriate content. This is a great tool, but one limited by the child's ability to read and find what they want. Here to address that is a Kids profile redesign that adds a new row featuring show characters and the content that features them rather than written titles.

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