Sports Streams Jump to 4K, But Consumers Need to Catch Up: Video
Even people with broadband connections and 4K TVs may not be getting 4K video, as the average live stream today is 720p says NeuLion. But bigger pipes are worth the investment.
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VR Is a Marathon Not a Sprint, Road to Adoption Will Take Years
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15% of US Homes Will Have 4K TV by End of Year, Says Sony
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