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Live-action Assassin’s Creed series in the works at Netflix

Live-action Assassin’s Creed series in the works at Netflix

Assassin's Creed is one of the most popular gaming franchises around, so today's announcement that Ubisoft and Netflix are working on a live-action Assassin's Creed series should come as little surprise. While little is known about Ubisoft's deal with Netflix at this early stage, the two companies have shared some important details, noting that while this live-action series will be the first one out of the gate, it won't be the only Assassin's Creed series Netflix produces.

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fuboTV now lets Apple TV users watch four sports games at once

fuboTV now lets Apple TV users watch four sports games at once

FuboTV, a live streaming service that largely revolves around sports, has announced a new feature for Apple TV users that enables them to watch four shows at the same time. This new feature is a modern take on the old picture-in-picture feature that has been available on many TV models for years, taking advantage of the increasing screen sizes and platform capabilities.

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Acer unveils new FHD LED and laser projectors for homes and offices

Acer unveils new FHD LED and laser projectors for homes and offices

Acer has taken the wraps off new home theater projectors across four of its product lines, including both LED and laser models. These offerings target a variety of needs, including everything from a focus on energy efficiency to a relatively affordable price range. The LED projectors are made for a variety of environments and needs, including home theaters, offices, and classrooms; there are likewise laser models for large, bright venues like conferences.

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PS5 media streaming – Every app on launch day

PS5 media streaming – Every app on launch day

In the age of internet-connected gaming, consoles have essentially become multimedia boxes instead of dedicated game consoles. While launch games are obviously among the most important aspects of a new console launch, it's also important to know which media apps that console will support on day one. After all, for a lot of people, these consoles are the preferred way to use services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube.

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LG SIGNATURE OLED R Rollable TV is now available for purchase if you can

LG SIGNATURE OLED R Rollable TV is now available for purchase if you can

While Samsung is lording it over its rivals when it comes to foldable phones, LG is taking its flexible displays where Samsung has not yet set foot in, at least not commercially. LG has been putting its own flexible OLED tech in computers and especially as rollable displays, including TVs. It showed off the latter last August and it is now finally ready to sell the LG Rollable SIGNATURE OLED R TV, at least those who can afford it in South Korea.

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Sony brings Apple TV app to Android TV on select smart TVs

Sony brings Apple TV app to Android TV on select smart TVs

How much TV can you handle? If you ask Sony, the answer might be "as many as it can cram into a single device." Of the major Android phone makers, Sony is perhaps the only one outside of Chinese brands that actually produces smart TVs running Android's TV incarnation. That makes it almost odd, then, to hear that it is bringing Apple TV to some of these, but that might all for be the best as it could indicate a rollout of Apple's video streaming app to Android TV in general.

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The Roku Channel free movie streaming app launches on Amazon Fire TV

The Roku Channel free movie streaming app launches on Amazon Fire TV

Home entertainment company Roku has announced that its 'The Roku Channel' streaming app is now available on Fire TV devices, a somewhat surprising expansion of the app that was originally limited to only Roku devices. Roku first expanded the streaming platform to desktop and mobile browsers, and most recently it launched a standalone Roku Channel app for iOS and Android. This time around, you can download the app through the Amazon App Store for Fire TV.

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Bang & Olufsen Beogram 4000c brings iconic turntable back to life

Bang & Olufsen Beogram 4000c brings iconic turntable back to life

Bang & Olufsen is bringing a classic back from the vault, with the Beogram 4000c turntable launching a new series of reborn icons from the Danish company's back catalog. The B&O Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition is a modern-day restoration and first in the new Classics series, focused on renovating original models rather than building them anew.

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Netflix adds Worth the Wait UI row that previews future shows and movies

Netflix adds Worth the Wait UI row that previews future shows and movies

Netflix has finally rolled out the 'New & Popular' UI section it has been testing for the past several months, making it available to all users around the world. The launch unexpectedly included yet another new row called 'Worth the Wait,' which previews the content Netflix plans to add over the next year, including new seasons for existing shows and entirely new series.

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Nest Audio vs Sonos One vs IKEA Symfonisk – Speaker Wars

Nest Audio vs Sonos One vs IKEA Symfonisk – Speaker Wars

There's no denying that the Nest Audio fills a sweet-spot in Google's smart speaker range. Long-anticipated replacement to the original Google Home, the new speaker delivers markedly better sound quality than the Nest Mini, but a much more affordable price point - not to mention smaller footprint - than the Google Home Max. No product lives in isolation, though, and the most common question I've been getting is "what about Sonos?"

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Nest Audio Review – Google Assistant gets a sound upgrade

Nest Audio Review – Google Assistant gets a sound upgrade

For a while it seemed like smart displays would be the next big thing for the Google Assistant, but the Nest Audio proves there's still a compelling one-two punch in combining voice control and streaming music. Headed to stores today, the $99.99 smart speaker replaces the old Google Home and gets audio, processing, and style upgrades along the way.

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How Amazon Luna is positioned for the cloud gaming arena

How Amazon Luna is positioned for the cloud gaming arena

With Amazon’s annual hardware event Fall Devices & Services came the announcement of its cloud gaming service, which looks to take on the big guns like Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now, Microsoft Game Pass Ultimate and Sony PlayStation Now. In the last few months, the game streaming service arena has been heating-up like anything. Stadia has picked up pace, while Project xCloud and PlayStation Now are gaining momentum ever so steadily - the two giants have launched their latest versions of gaming consoles which integrate at a very deep level for cloud game streaming.

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