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St. Louis CBS Station Switches to HD News

January 28, 2008 |

KMOV-TV, the CBS affiliate in St. Louis, today began broadcasting its local newscasts in High-Definition.

Known as channel 4 in St. Louis, the station made the switch today with its 5:30 p.m. newscast.

KMOV, which is owned by the Belo … Read More

Panasonic Annouces HD Switcher AV-HS300G

December 29, 2006 | 1

Just announced from Panasonic is the AV-HS300G. This compact HD switcher is built for broadcast centers and events recording such as church services, sporting events and conferences. The unit is multi format including HD/SD supporting: 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 720/59.94p, 720/50p, 576i, … Read More

Does Console Gaming Have a Frame Rate Problem?

August 1, 2017 | 1

More powerful gaming consoles have historically been a good thing. That might seem like an incredibly obvious statement, but it’s worth pointing out that many of most revolutionary games of all-time earned that status because they were released on … Read More

Will Next Gen Consoles Cross the $499 Mark?

July 22, 2017 | 3

It’s hard not to look at the Xbox One X and feel a little bit of sticker shock. Yes, Microsoft told us that the console will be a premium product for a premium price, but they also waited until … Read More

A Lack of 4K Media is Holding Back 4K Consoles

July 10, 2017 |

Those who have joined the desperate search to find a Nintendo Switch at retail price have probably noticed that most retail stores around you are unfortunately still sold out of Nintendo’s increasingly popular device.

However, you may have also … Read More

Blizzard’s ‘StarCraft’ graphics updated to support 4k UHD

July 1, 2017 |

Blizzard Entertainment has updated the classic RTS StarCraft and Brood War add-on with improved graphics that will display in widescreen 4k Ultra HD. The soon-to-be-released update has also enhanced the audio quality of voices, sound effects and music, although specifics on audio bit levels … Read More

Is PlayLink Sony’s Secret Weapon?

June 24, 2017 |

By the end of Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, many walked away feeling like they had missed something. A couple of surprises notwithstanding, Sony’s conference featured quite a few titles that we had seen before which still aren’t scheduled … Read More

How Can Netflix Be Better?

June 20, 2017 | 3

Netflix has around 100 million users worldwide, so they must be doing something right. But are there things Netflix can do to improve the user experience? We took a look at several potential features that could make Netflix even better … Read More

Review of the Roku Ultra with 4k & HDR

June 8, 2017 |

The Roku Ultra is everything the Roku 4 needed to be: quiet, cool, compact, and HDR-capable. [Note: This article has been updated.]

Size

The first thing you’ll notice is the Roku Ultra is a lot smaller than Roku 4, … Read More

Apple TV Expected to Support Amazon Prime Video, but What About 4k?

June 3, 2017 | 2

Following a couple years of a rocky relationship between the two companies, Apple will reportedly announce support for Amazon Video at next week’s WWDC keynote. How has it been rocky? Amazon had stopped selling Apple TV and Chromecast players on their … Read More

How Late is Too Late For Project Scorpio’s Release Date?

May 31, 2017 | 1

As we near the official reveal of Project Scorpio at E3 2017, much of the talk surrounding Microsoft’s next console is starting to focus on its unknown price. Gamers can’t help but wonder just how much this powerhouse 4K gaming … Read More

Project Scorpio Shouldn’t be the Focus of Microsoft’s E3

May 22, 2017 | 2

Before the internet came along and spoiled everything, E3 used to be a more surprising event. Chalk that up to plain ignorance. Back in the early days of E3, people simply had almost no idea what was going to … Read More

Should Sony Already Be Thinking About the PlayStation 5?

April 29, 2017 |

Sony has won this generation’s console war.

Usually, such a statement would be an exaggeration, but this one is simply a fact. Sony has revealed that they have shipped 60 million PlayStation 4’s since the system’s launch in 2013. … Read More

You Should Forgive Nintendo For Ending the NES Classic Edition

April 14, 2017 |

In a stunning move, Nintendo recently confirmed they are ending production of the NES Classic Edition.

Since it launched in November, the NES Classic Edition has garnered a level of consumer demand Nintendo hasn’t really seen since the release … Read More

Project Scorpio Will Reportedly Feature 4K Streaming and Recording

March 13, 2017 |

Microsoft is touting Project Scorpio as a true 4K gaming system, but so far, that statement has only meant that it will be able to render games in native 4K with no upscaling required. However, recent rumors suggest that Scorpio’s … Read More

Should Microsoft and Sony Invest in Portable Consoles?

March 11, 2017 |

What is the last handheld gaming device you owned? Statistically, the most popular answer to that question would be either the Nintendo DS or something even older. Since the release of the Nintendo DS, the portable gaming industry has changed. … Read More

Breath of the Wild Proves Games Still Sell Systems

March 8, 2017 |

A funny thing happened last week. Well…not funny, so much as slightly unexpected.

See, Nintendo launched a little console named the Switch. This console lacks 4K capabilities, multimedia functionality, and many technical niceties that we’ve come associate with modern … Read More

Who Has the Most to Prove at E3 2017?

February 16, 2017 |

As companies like Microsoft and Bethesda announce their E3 2017 presentation dates, it’s becoming clear that the biggest gaming event in the world is going to be bigger this year than it’s ever been.

In fact, it’s hard to think … Read More

Are Nintendo’s “Shortages” Shady?

February 13, 2017 | 1

GameStop recently ran a promotion that allowed 1,000 lucky fans to pre-order the sold-out Nintendo Switch from their local stores.

No wait…that doesn’t sound right. Let’s try this:

GameStop recently ran a “promotion” that allowed for 1,000 “lucky” fans … Read More

Planet Earth II will broadcast in 4k on Dish

February 13, 2017 |

The first Planet Earth series from 2006 was groundbreaking both in filming techniques and in home media delivery, offering some of the highest quality video on both Blu-ray and the now defunct HD DVD.

Now, BBC America will … Read More