Digital Signage Expo 2016 Opening Keynote to Feature David Meerman Scott Address on "Real-Time Marketing"
VIZIO Showcases Ultra HD and Audio Collections to Canadian Tech Enthusiasts at TAVES Consumer Electronics Show
ViewSonic Now Shipping LightStreamâ„˘ 7 Full HD 1080p Projectors for Home Entertainment & Business Audiences
KanexPro Introduces the AV Groundwork of Today and Tomorrow - the 4K UHD Modular Matrix Switcher System
Susie Ochs for MacWorld: Apple finally updated its Apple TV set-top box, which had remained virtually unchanged for years, since going 1080p in 2012. The new version is faster, easier to use, and less frustrating, at least most of the time. What it isn’t is a revolution—everything Apple added already existed in its competitors.
An App Store and a microphone-equipped remote for voice search are both excellent features to have, and they bring the Apple TV closer to the Amazon Fire TV and Roku. But Apple still has a ways to go. The Remote app for iOS doesn’t work with this new model, for example, so we’re back to entering passwords one letter at a time by clicking with the remote—that’s actually a step backward from where we were. You still can’t enter your cable-provider credentials in one place and see a list of all the network apps you could log into. Without categories in the App Store, you can’t even find a list of all the games. Cont'd...
Christie and Microsoft #EmpowerCreativity with projection mapping projects at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
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