This week's news included stories about a 4K Chromecast streaming dongle from Google, news that BBC's iPlayer will require a log-in from 2017 and the launch of a couple of new budget 4K TVs by Hisense.
This week also saw a brand new issue of What Hi-Fi? hit the shelves. November's magazine sees an AV receiver head-to-head, a wireless speakers group test, a fight to the death between six stereo amplifiers and all the latest news and reviews from the world of hi-fi and home cinema.
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It's expected that a Google event on 4th October will be used to announce the Google Home speaker - a rival to the Amazon Echo - and a 4K Ultra HD Chromecast.
Dubbed Chromecast Ultra, it's likely to cost twice as much as the current Chromecast dongle and feature support for HDR, Amazon Video and Netflix.
From 2017 onwards, iPlayer users will be required to register their details with the site, including their postcode.
The BBC says these details will not be used to enforce the recent iPlayer legislation. Instead, they will be used to personalise content for each user.
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