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Thursday, 26 March 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Pioneer Announces 2015 Elite Receivers, Including $700 Dolby Atmos Model
Pioneer has revealed two upcoming additions to its Elite line of A/V receivers. The Elite VSX-45 5.2-channel receiver ($450) and the Elite VSX-90 7.2-channel receiver ($700) both offer integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity along with more advanced features for custom installation.
Monday, 23 March 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
LG Reveals New Minibeam Portable LED Projectors
LG has detailed two additions to its portable projector lineup. The PF1500 Minibeam Pro and the PW800 Minibeam TV will both be available in the US starting this month.
Friday, 20 March 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Google Updates Chromecast with TV Remote Control Support
Reports indicate that the latest Google Chromecast firmware update has added a handy new feature. Users with HDMI-CEC compatible TVs can now control their Chromecasts with their standard television remotes.
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
Sling TV Adds A&E, HISTORY, H2 and Lifetime Channels to Internet TV Service
Sling TV has announced the upcoming addition of four A+E Networks’ channels. The new lineup includes A&E, HISTORY, H2 and Lifetime. Likewise, the service is launching two new add-on packs as well. "After only six weeks in market, we're working towards nearly doubling the size of our 'Best of Live TV' core package while preserving our attractive $20 price point," said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. "With the upcoming arrival of A+E Networks' highly-rated content, Sling TV will soon include 20 networks for just $20 per month."
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 ,  Written by High Def Digest
HBO NOW Heads to Cablevision Customers via Internet and Optimum WiFi
Cablevision and HBO have announced a new deal that will bring HBO NOW to Optimum online users, allowing customers to sign up for internet and subscribe to the standalone streaming service without paying for an additional cable TV package. This will make Optimum the first cable provider to offer an HBO NOW internet option.
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