1. Five stunning streamers unveiled at the Awards 2015

    Five stunning streamers unveiled at the Awards 2015

    Five different brands, five Award-winning streamers. Cambridge wows us with a stunning new model, while Amazon's Ultra HD 4K Fire TV is crowned king of streaming boxes. Pioneer, Cyrus and Naim also pick up well-deserved trophies.

    Thu, 29 Oct 2015, 12:10pm
  2. Wednesday Wrap: Pure radios, Blue headphones, Tidal and Qobuz on Cabasse and more

    Wednesday Wrap: Pure radios, Blue headphones, Tidal and Qobuz on Cabasse and more

    From the news that lossless-quality streaming services Tidal and Qobuz are available through Cabasse's Stream Control app, to Roberts reintroducing a classic seventies radio and Blue unveiling a new pair of high-quality headphones - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 28 Oct 2015, 02:49pm
  3. BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Tidal scoop our streaming Awards

    BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Tidal scoop our streaming Awards

    The BBC's outstanding iPlayer service leads the way for this superb trio of services that cover the entire streaming spectrum...

    Wed, 28 Oct 2015, 01:14pm
  4. Bluesound and Sonos win best multi-room system Awards

    Bluesound and Sonos win best multi-room system Awards

    Bluesound takes the Product of the Year crown for the second year running, thanks to its new range of multi-room speakers.

    Wed, 28 Oct 2015, 10:43am
  5. DisneyLife subscription streaming service to launch in the UK

    DisneyLife subscription streaming service to launch in the UK

    The new streaming service from Disney will bypass other existing streaming services and push its movies, books and songs directly to consumers.

    Fri, 23 Oct 2015, 12:10pm
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  7. YouTube Red ad-free subscription service launches for videos and music

    YouTube Red ad-free subscription service launches for videos and music

    Just when you thought Apple Music would be the last subscription service we’d be seeing for a while, YouTube has launched YouTube Red. It’s a rebranded version of Music Key that launched at the end of 2014 and will encompass video, music, gaming and original content.

    Thu, 22 Oct 2015, 11:44am
  8. Bose adds Bluetooth and a more affordable speaker to its SoundTouch multi-room range

    Bose adds Bluetooth and a more affordable speaker to its SoundTouch multi-room range

    Bose brings the fight to the multiroom market with its updated SoundTouch range, adding Bluetooth to third-gen models and introducing a smaller, more affordable speaker

    Wed, 21 Oct 2015, 10:55am
  9. Apple Music hits 6.5 million paid-up users

    Apple Music hits 6.5 million paid-up users

    At a recent industry event, Apple's CEO Tim Cook revealed that Apple Music now has 6.5million paid-up subscribers on its books. He also revealed Apple TV would start shipping in the US by the end of the month...

    Tue, 20 Oct 2015, 12:38pm
  10. Wednesday Wrap: Star Wars on Sky, Back to the Future vinyl, Sony 4K channel and more

    Wednesday Wrap: Star Wars on Sky, Back to the Future vinyl, Sony 4K channel and more

    From the news that Sky has obtained exclusive rights to show the new Stars Wars film first in the UK, to Sony launching a 4K YouTube channel, and Paramount Pictures releasing full movies on YouTube, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap...

    Wed, 14 Oct 2015, 02:42pm
  11. Electric Jukebox promises music streaming 'revolution'

    Electric Jukebox promises music streaming 'revolution'

    The Electric Jukebox Company has launched an attack on subscription streaming services. It has released the Electric Jukebox, a device that streams music to your TV without locking you in to a monthly payment or registration.

    Wed, 14 Oct 2015, 09:57am

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