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The new Fire TV has cheap 4K HDR video and a lot of problems.
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Roku's Sticks get even better with TV controls, voice commands, and 4K HDR video at the high end.
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As Roku and Amazon add cool new antenna integration to their smart TVs, streaming players get left out.
CBS All Access is the only place to watch Star Trek: Discovery, but it's otherwise lacking in exclusives.
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Plex goes server-free with personalized news from the web.
Amazon's latest Fire TV software update makes banner ads way more intrusive.
4K HDR iTunes movies are an odd thing to emphasize in an age of subscription streaming.
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