1. Apple cleared in $1bn iPod lawsuit

    Apple cleared in $1bn iPod lawsuit

    Apple has been cleared in a $1bn class-action lawsuit that had accused the Cupertino giant of having used unlawful and unfair tactics to dominate the digital music sector.

    Wed, 17 Dec 2014, 04:44pm
  2. $1bn Apple iPod lawsuit starts – but suffers significant setback

    $1bn Apple iPod lawsuit starts – but suffers significant setback

    A $1bn class action has begun against Apple in the US – but lawyers could already be facing an uphill struggle to prove the iPod manufacturer used unlawful tactics to dominate the digital music sector.

    Tue, 09 Dec 2014, 12:47pm
  3. 5 tech gift ideas for fitness fanatics

    5 tech gift ideas for fitness fanatics

    For those friends and family members in your life for whom getting into shape and keeping fit is an important consideration, performance is often critical – and we've rounded up five great tech gift ideas that won't let you down this Christmas.

    Tue, 09 Dec 2014, 10:50am
  4. Tim Cook reveals why Apple killed the iPod Classic

    Tim Cook reveals why Apple killed the iPod Classic

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed why the company pulled the iPod Classic from its line-up last month, citing an inability to get the parts and low demand.

    Thu, 30 Oct 2014, 12:49pm
  5. 24 Products of the Year – the best of the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014

    24 Products of the Year – the best of the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014

    The ultimate Christmas wish list? It might just be. These are the Product of the Year winners from each of the 24 product categories at the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014.

    Fri, 17 Oct 2014, 03:07pm
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  7. Android Lollipop: Everything you need to know

    Android Lollipop: Everything you need to know

    Google has announced its latest update to the Android operating system, Android Lollipop, which will work across phone, tablet, wearables, Chrome OS and in-car systems.

    Fri, 17 Oct 2014, 11:03am
  8. A brief history of the portable music player

    A brief history of the portable music player

    With the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014 now tantalisingly close, we continue the build-up to our annual celebration of all that's great in hi-fi and home cinema with a look back at how we've listened to music – and watched our videos – on the move since 1983.

    Fri, 10 Oct 2014, 03:00pm
  9. Astell & Kern introduces AK240 Blue Note 75 Limited Edition

    Astell & Kern introduces AK240 Blue Note 75 Limited Edition

    In celebration of the fact that it's 75 years since the Blue Note Records jazz label was founded, Astell & Kern has revealed that it will be producing 1000 Limited Edition AK240 high-resolution music players.

    Wed, 08 Oct 2014, 09:08am
  10. UK government legalises CD, DVD and Blu-ray copying for personal use

    UK government legalises CD, DVD and Blu-ray copying for personal use

    It's taken enough time to come about, but the UK government has finally confirmed that you can now make copies of your CD, DVD and Blu-ray collection for "private purposes" – including format shifting and backup.

    Thu, 02 Oct 2014, 11:37am
  11. Astell & Kern players get NAS streaming and Qobuz downloads

    Astell & Kern players get NAS streaming and Qobuz downloads

    A firmware update to the AK240 allows users to stream music - from MP3 to 24/192 - from a NAS device directly to the player, while all three current A&K players can now download music directly from Qobuz.

    Tue, 30 Sep 2014, 04:22pm

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