1. Sony to offload TV and mobile phone division?

    Sony to offload TV and mobile phone division?

    Sony proved to be one of the busiest manufacturers over at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, with a whole host of new products unveiled – including 12 brand-new TV ranges and the NWZ-ZX2 Walkman.

    Thu, 15 Jan 2015, 02:19pm
  2. CES 2015 highlights- Day 3: Audeze, Musaic, Chord Electronics and Bang & Olufsen

    CES 2015 highlights- Day 3: Audeze, Musaic, Chord Electronics and Bang & Olufsen

    If the latest TVs seemed to dominate the second day of CES 2015 in Las Vegas, hi-fi and audio took on a more central role on the third – Chord Electronics, Audeze, Bang & Olufsen and Musaic among the companies with news to share.

    Wed, 07 Jan 2015, 10:48am
  3. CES 2015 highlights- Day 2: Sony, Samsung, LG, Philips and Panasonic

    CES 2015 highlights- Day 2: Sony, Samsung, LG, Philips and Panasonic

    If you had thought that the opening day of CES 2015 had been a busy one, wait until you see what day two had in store – including press conferences from the major tech giants like Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic.

    Tue, 06 Jan 2015, 11:13am
  4. Weekend Wrap: DTS:X, 8K TV, Archos, CES 2015

    Weekend Wrap: DTS:X, 8K TV, Archos, CES 2015

    From the announcement that DTS is to launch its own audio codec in March to the arrival of 8K TV in the Middle East, here's all the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s first Weekend Wrap of 2015.

    Fri, 02 Jan 2015, 05:29pm
  5. IFA 2014 showcase for LG's curved 4K OLED TVs and LG G3 Stylus

    IFA 2014 showcase for LG's curved 4K OLED TVs and LG G3 Stylus

    LG has confirmed that its new G3 Stylus pen-enabled smartphone will go on show for the first time at IFA 2014 next week in Berlin, with the company's curved 4K OLED TVs also making an appearance ahead of their UK launch this October.

    Tue, 26 Aug 2014, 11:55am
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  7. Freesat's mobile app now available on Android devices

    Freesat's mobile app now available on Android devices

    Freesat has launched an Android version of its smartphone and tablet app, which can now be downloaded from the Google Play store and comes seven months after the iOS version made its debut in the UK.

    Thu, 17 Jul 2014, 03:18pm