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CES 2015

CES Wrap: 5 Big Trends for Hollywood

Didn't make it to Las Vegas? THR hit the desert and uncovered what you should keep an eye on, from virtual reality to Netflix-certified TVs.

CES Wrap: I Want My HDR! But With No Standard, What Does That Mean?

Samsung unwraps its HDR TV line with support from Fox. Dolby inks content deal with Warners.

CES: Samsung Looks to Boost Virtual Reality Ecosystem With Milk VR

"If we're going to sell a device, we need to give people a good reason to keep using it," says Samsung exec Matt Apfel about the new Gear VR

CES: Millennials Value Netflix More Than Broadcast or Cable, Study Finds

A NATPE/Content First and Consumer Electronics Association study finds that streaming devices dominate young people's viewing preferences

CES: Potential Format War Brewing Over Immersive Home Sound

Dolby's Atmos for the home and DTS:X are both being demoed in Las Vegas

CES: Ultra HD Blu-Ray Launches With 4K, HDR Support

The first titles are expected to be available before the end of the year

CES: Leslie Moonves Talks CBS Standalone Service, Why Content Is Still King

The CBS CEO says "wireless is useless if you're hitless"

FCC Chair Tom Wheeler Accuses Broadcasters of Slowing Spectrum Auction Plans

NAB says it's not stalling, but rather seeking an expedited review of the lawsuit

CES: “Crashing” a BMW Becomes Convention Hit

BMW challenges journalists to crash an i3 research vehicle equipped with its collision avoidance system. So far, none have succeeded, but have had a hilarious time trying

CES: Hollywood Will Be “Huge” for Virtual Reality, Jaunt Exec Projects

Jaunt recently created VR experiences for 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' and Paul McCartney

CES: Audi Previews New Q7, Updated Prologue Concept Car

Among Audi's coming attractions: 3D sound and dedicated tablets for the new Q7 and a virtual dashboard with 3D graphics.

CES: Google Exec Says Search Giant Is “Proud” to Make ‘The Interview’ Available Online

Neal Mohan said the the record-breaking VOD release is a sign that "consumer behavior was already there"